Thursday, April 08, 2010

Three Year Anniversary Retrospective

Yesterday was the three year anniversary of the day that I began seriously blogging on a regular basis and talking about my own coming out story and whatever else struck my mind on this blog. A lot has happened in that period - my divorce finally became final, I managed to survive a series of court hearings before typically homophobic judges - one even opined in writing that sexual orientation is a choice - a suicide attempt, the launch of HRBOR, the end of one relationship and the beginning of a new and wondrous one, the law firm has managed to survive so far despite the horrific economy, I attended the LGBT Blogger Summit in December 2008 and the National Equality March last October, the boyfriend and I have lived through the flooding of our home last November 12th and the repair and renovation saga (which hopefully will be over next week), I was initiated to Key West, I became a contributor to The Bilerico Project, my youngest daughter began working for me at the firm, and I followed my son's progress on the Appalachian Trail. The list goes on and on. Through it all, this blog and my readers have been a source of therapy and support beyond measure. I want to thank every one of my almost 170,000 visitors and hope you will continue to stay with me on the journey.
I also want to thank the boyfriend for his support and understanding of my blogging. He calls this blog his only serious competitor. Blogging takes a part of each morning and an hour or more each evening, yet he supports my efforts and the blog has introduced both of us to interesting people and experiences. Thank you to all of you.


Java said...

Happy Blog Anniversary! It is amazing to look back on all the changes that have come about through it all. Congratulations.

Unknown said...

Happy anniversary.

It's been a long three years, but you're still here and many of us are grateful for that fact in more ways than one.

As they say there's a pot of gold at the end of the Rainbow, you just have to keep muddling through to get it, and I daresay if you don't have it by now, it's almost in reach.

O's & X's

Anonymous said...

Happy Anniversary! And many more to come!

Anthony Venn-Brown said...

thank god for the internet....we suddenly live in a global village and takes us to ultimate levels of connection......hi from Australia.