When I started Roses to Rainbows, I had no idea where it would go or how long I would blog, and here I am 8 years and 1,000 posts later. So what have I done for the last 8 years? Well, I have come to the computer 1,000 times, wrote for my audience (real or imagined) and pushed that orange "Publish" button.
I have shared pictures of my family (mainly our cats), my vacations, yummy food and gorgeous sunsets. I have, in my humble opinion, created interesting characters in my fictional stories, many of whom show up regularly in blogging challenges. I have waxed poetic ranging from light banter to the dark reaches of tortured souls. Fortunately, I do not fall into the latter category.
When I first started blogging, I began a quote of the week series, giving my interpretation of each quote. They are not exactly weekly now, but I still post quotes and put in my two cents worth.
I wrote flash fiction for the G-Man's weekly "Friday 55" series off and on for several years. He had a great site where everyone was invited to write whatever they wanted in exactly 55 words. That was fun and definitely challenging. Sadly, he passed away a few years ago. Not too long ago I lost another blogging buddy, Nicky, from We Work For Cheese. She hosted several of the blogging challenges, and we all had a blast reading each others posts during the "30 minus 2 days of writing" in February.
What is next for Roses to Rainbows? I don't know, but I still like putting a post together and tweaking it until I feel like it's the best I have to offer. Obviously some are better than others, and out of the 1,000 published posts, I would say there more than a few that have not yet been discovered, so feel free to dig into the archives (located on my sidebar). The virtual doors are always open, the coffee is hot and the wine is chilled.
I hope everyone has a peaceful and blessed Christmas season!
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Hi Linda - congratulations ... that's a great achievement - and I didn't realise you'd written so many of wine nights - I'll have to take a look at some stage.ReplyDelete
I like you had no idea where this blogging thing was taken me ... all over the world and meeting amazing people - let alone being taught so much ... such fun -
Have a very happy Christmas and seasonal time - enjoy - cheers Hilary
Thank you Hilary! A very merry Christmas to you, too.Delete
Way to go!!ReplyDelete
A thousand blog posts is a huge accomplishment.
Now, on to a thousand more!
Thank you Christine! Never imagined I'd reach 1,000 posts. Onward...Delete