This post marks a full month of blogging, and I'm pretty stoked at accomplishing that.
Considering that in all my years of posting, I've never managed to publish a post for every day consecutively in a month, it's quite a breakthrough for me. :D
Whiee, so pumped!! :)))) I am really enjoying this, and hoping to keep the practice up. Of course, it's no secret that I was only able to achieve this thanks to blogger's fantastic feature of allowing me to post-date/schedule my blogs, but the end result is that I managed to stick to it and write 31 posts for 31 days, so I'm adamant that it still counts. Hurhurhur.
Am still working on catching up on all my backlog posts, so hopefully I can get back on track soon and be able to actually publish the post ON the intended scheduled date. *sheepish grin*
The one thing that really humbled me through this entire "blog resurrection" exercise is how supportive all my lovely close friends have been - from setting up a feed so that they receive notifications when I post (?!?!), to sharing tips on how they manage to post daily for years and years now, to commenting and replying to my posts regularly (or as much as I post, ahem), it amazes me that these darlings care enough about me, and my writing to actually check in AND read what I write.
The most incredible part: they even tell me they like my writing! That's a tremendous boost to my morale - I know I have a certain grasp of the language, but most of the time, I'm just rambling on and unloading my thoughts into these posts in the way that makes the most sense to me. I do delight in refining my phrases and words such that they best convey what I want to say, and it's most heartening to know that those words bring others pleasure as well when they read it.
You all know who you are, thank you so, so, so much. : ) You have no idea how much your unquestioning support means to me. I only hope to get better, and make your reading experience more enjoyable as well.
P.S: Sorry, didn't mean to make this sound like an Academy award speech! *bows and hurries off the imaginary stage of Ego*