Blogging Anniversary

22 02, 2021

Blogging Anniversary  

By |2021-02-21T17:42:50-06:00February 22nd, 2021|Blogging Anniversary, Make Me Think Monday|1 Comment

This week is the blogging anniversary for View from the Front Porch.

The first blog posted on February 29, 2012. You can read it here.

We can’t celebrate on the exact day—there’s no February 29 this year. So, we are celebrating today.

Nine years! WOW! Hard to believe.

The next year Chicken Wrangler Sara joined me.

Miller Farm first post was Friday, August 10, 2012. Read it here:

From 2015 to 2020, Chicken Wrangler Sara and I have…

published 1,162 posts

had 24,855 views

received 1,524 comments

and logged 175 subscribers.

The first three-year statistics were lost when we switched from hosting with to hosting on my Judythe Morgan website.

We’re so pleased. Those numbers are AMAZING. Beyond anything Chicken Wrangler Sara and I could ever have imagined

And it’s all because you subscribe and visit View from the Front Porch, and comment.

24 02, 2013

Blog Anniversary

By |2013-02-24T07:30:11-06:00February 24th, 2013|Blogging Anniversary, Uncategorized|19 Comments

1 Year Blog Anniversary dates my blog origin from its creation, but I count the first blog I published as the beginning.

That was February 24, 2012, which makes today, February 24 2013, my one year blog anniversary. HAPPY FIRST BLOGGING ANNIVERSARY to me.

It’s been a fun year.

Anniversaries mark accomplishments. Today I’m celebrating 4,200 views, 425 comments, twenty shares, and many blog friends.

My original plan was to blog every day. I managed less than one hundred. You can read that very first blog, here.

No procrastination for me next year, I plan to double the number of posts, which, I hope, will mean more comments and followers.

As a special thank you for sharing in my successes, I’m offering a FREE Kindle or Nook copy of THE PENDANT’S PROMISE to one lucky commenter today.

The book blurb:

For twenty years, Lily Johnson’s life, albeit a life of lies, is good. Then her daughter falls in love and her world is turned upside down.

Her daughter’s fiancé turns out to be the godson of her daughter’s biological father–the Green Beret Lily thought died in Vietnam.

When they meet face-to-face, the years melt away and old passion returns. Only he believes she betrayed her promise to wait for him. And, Lily’s convinced revealing the truth would mean losing her daughter and the only man she’s ever loved.

Can the smoldering flame of love be re-ignited, or have there been too many lies?

The winner will be drawn on Monday, February 25th and notified by email so be sure you include an email contact with your comment.

Thanks for visiting the front porch during the past year. I hope to see you again next year.

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