Apparently, I’m supposed to celebrate my blog. Throw a party or something. All the cool kids are doing it.
“I’ve been blogging for a year!” *party*
“I’ve just hit my 200th post!” *party*
Of course, this means I should know how many posts I’ve published and exactly how long I’ve been blogging.
Which I don’t.
I can sneak a quick peek over there –> where a convenient list of months and years is shouting at me from my sidebar.
It’s been a year. Actually, a bit over.
My blogiversary has come and gone. I’m not sure what was required of me, anyway. There are different types of virtual celebrations: leave-a-links, quiet acknowledgments, give-aways, favorite posts…
I didn’t forget, I just didn’t think about it. But everyone celebrates their blog in some way. I’m the odd duck out, I guess. (Do not correct my mixed metaphor—not right now. I’m fragile.)
I don’t understand. Why do people give their blogs birthday and round-numbered posts parties?
Seriously, I see this all the time. On blogs I follow and love. From bloggers I follow and love. I’m hoping those bloggers can chime in and help me understand this confuddling concept.
My Sunday thoughts in 200 words or less.
Do you throw parties for your blog? Have you ever celebrated an anniversary or specific number of posts? Are you acknowledging that you’ve kept up with your writing or appreciating your readers or…?