Four Years of Blogging

How could this be? I’ve been blogging for four years. I had absolutely no idea what I was doing when I began, but somehow have managed to keep at it. I’m grateful for your visits, likes and comments, but most of all, I’m appreciative for the friendships that have grown out of this odd form of communication. Thank you!

99 thoughts on “Four Years of Blogging

  1. Congratulations on the four years!! It’s hard to imagine what that might look like for Ally and I. Hopefully, she will have blogged her second post by then. πŸ˜‰

    As so many have said, your presence is a definite and definitive plus. I look forward to reading your posts all of the time. Mahalo for being here and your contributions to the blogosphere!

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  2. Will Pennington speaks for me too! Thank YOU, Bob! And I also appreciate your thoughtful and witty comments and replies – your engagement and presence are palpable.

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  3. Clearly you arrived as a seasoned writer. I love your poetry and the work of writing friends you share. You’ve continually helped me raise the bar in my own process. Many thanks Robert.

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  4. I look forward to seeing your posts in my inbox; did not realized how much they were missed until they were no longer there (still don’t know how I unfollowed you). Congratulations. I hoped to be as beloved four years from now.

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  5. Congratulations!! I am very new to blogging- I just started reading through your blog, and I’m really really enjoying reading your work! I would love for my blog to grow into something like this one day!

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