A Year in the 'Sphere
Today is the one year anniversary of this blog.
This week also marked the 50,000th visitor to this blog since I signed up with Site-meter. Two hundred and fifty-six posts later, and I still haven't shut up.
Who would ever have thought that a blog which started off talking about failure would manage to stumble along for a year?
You have comforted me during a long dark night of the soul, and you have made me laugh out loud more times than I can count. Snorted, even.
This has been such a blessing, carving out my little homestead in the Edusphere. We’ve laughed. We’ve cried. We’ve grumped and snarked and tossed around movie quotes like there’s no tomorrow. “Oh yeah? What if there is no tomorrow? There wasn’t one today!”
Most of all, you have reminded me of why I am a teacher: I love the flow of ideas, and I have been able through this medium to share ideas with people all over the country, and all over the world. You have helped me think long and hard about what I do and why I do it. And I've gotten to write again.
Thanks for being here, and thanks for reading my faltering words.
Peace. Love. Namaste. God bless.