So Who Missed my One Hundredth Post?

So who missed the momentous occasion of my 100th post? Come on, admit it, you did, didn’t you? Well, don’t worry, it appears as though I did too, since it looks like this will be my 101st post. I wonder if that includes reblogs or not. These little landmarks, although they do not really mean anything, do help to make you feel good and motivate you a little. The way I consider it is that if anyone is still reading the drivel that I come out with after one hundred posts, that’s kind of amazing, and I should continue. I admit I have been a bit lax lately with the blog, I have had lots going on. I am going to try to do better and start to post regularly again.

My reading goals haven’t changed, and I am progressing slowly, but surely. I have been supposedly working on an assignment for the creative writing course that I subscribed to a while ago, but in reality I have not gotten very far. This weekend I intend to get the main part of it written and then I will just leave it a few days, check it over, probably change most of it and submit it. Since this is the first assignment I have not got a tutor yet, but one should be assigned when I get the results of the first assignment back. Mostly it is providing them information about your goals and what you want to achieve from the course. Of course, there is the obligatory personal questionnaire to fill out too.

So these are my plans for the weekend. Reading and writing and playing with my new phone. I have finally acquired a phone that allows me to read my emails easily away from home. So after a little fun trying to get the wi-fi in my house working everything seems to be fine. Now to explore the wonderful world of mobile apps.

52 thoughts on “So Who Missed my One Hundredth Post?

    • Thanks. I think you are right, the milestone is what is important and I do have to do an awful lot of work to reblog something. There’s that whole clicking the reblog button part, that’s pretty hard, and then you have to think of something poignant to say, it’s not easy 🙂 In fact thinking about it they should maybe count double!


  1. Julian,

    I consider you a great inspiration for what I do. You’re written word is balm to the soul.

    You have a pure heart that may be a little bit unrefined at times (like my own), but your wisdom, is at the same time, inspiriting, heartfelt and hopeful.

    We wish you the best on your writing and reading and please let us know what your goals are for this year (Again).

    Thank you Julian and we’ll talk to you soon…

    Timothy (BTR)


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