another year of blogging

So, here it is, the first Monday of the new year 2016 and I begin another week and another year of blogging. I’m not exactly sure how long I have been writing my blog. That is lost in the mists of time, as I am now on my third blogging platform. But I would have to say that my blog must go back to 2002 or 2003.

There was a time when I was not diligent about updating my blog, but for the last blogheaderseveral years I have made a point of publishing five entries a week. Interestingly, I originally conceived of my blog as a forum to reflect on religion and spirituality, and my blog’s title was “Thoughts on Spirituality, Liturgy, & Religion.” I found that eventually, though, I was writing on a much wider range of topics, and dropped that in favor of simply “Csquared Thoughts.” More recently, I changed the title to “My Point Being,” which I rather like. I now even have a domain name to match.

One of the nice things about being on the WordPress platform is that other WordPress bloggers can Like my posts. What I find is that when I write about food, the food bloggers like my posts. When I write about books, the book bloggers like my posts. When I write about language, the language bloggers like my posts. That’s really nice, and it’s flattering. But then they follow my blog, and I get concerned that I will disappoint them, as I do write about those topics, but not every day. I may go several weeks without blogging on one of those subjects.

I blog about what is on my mind. I can only write about what is of interest to me. I can’t please everyone, so I have to please myself.

In any case, here’s to another year of blogging. I hope you’ll come along with me, and with any luck some of what pleases me will please you too.

2 Comments on “another year of blogging”

  1. Keep writing whatever you write. We’ll keep reading it.

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