Oh look it’s January 9. Can you guess what happened on this day two years ago?
Yep, I started this blog. So, yay, Happy second birthday, One More Page!
Color me surprised once again, that my book blog is still thriving. It’s even more active compared to my personal blog, which by default should have been more active given my propensity to talk. But I guess it’s a sign of growing up, too, because instead of talking about myself, I talk about something I’m passionate about: books. And words.
A little story. Sometime before 2011 ended, my friends and I were talking about our plans for the coming year and I mentioned something about my life plan involving books and words. I don’t know if I will eventually quit my job and write full time (although that sounds lovely) or if I’ll switch careers and get a job related to books and writing even if it’s so far away from my course. I don’t know anything. But one thing I know: I see myself working with words and books in the future. I’m pretty sure that’s my life plan. Moving towards that is another question (and another post, for the personal blog).
But anyway, I think I wouldn’t have really figured that out if I wasn’t reading so much and blogging about the books I read. So in a way, this blog is sort of living out that dream, or moving towards that life plan. Now I don’t want to pressure myself with all that life plan talk and any pressure would make me not want to do this anymore. I’m still determined not to let things get to me, and to still have fun with this. :)
And thank you. To the 170ish subscribers, to everyone who take the time to visit (even the spam bots) before they check out dakine backpacks at RockyMountainTrail.com, and everyone who has left a comment or sent me email through this blog. Thanks for reading through
some of the drivel the things I write. Thanks for making this twice as fun. :)
So again: happy birthday blog! I hope you’d have many, many more years to come. :)
Happy birthday! More power and read more books. Yay!
Happy Blogiversary! :) I feel the same way – would love to have a job related to books but have no idea when (or how) that will happen.
Thanks! And I know, right? That and the fact that I don’t know if I will be able to handle the lifestyle changes (read: salary) if I eventually decide to jump careers. But…I don’t want to think about that yet. Haha.
Happy happy blog birthday! Looking forward to another year of great books here on your blog.:)
Thanks Celina! :)
Happy blogoversary! If you’re thinking to change career, it’s never too late to back to school. Learning is always a fun thing to do. XD!
Thanks Ivan! Yeah, that’s a good idea. :)
Happy Bloggiversary, Tina! Speaking as one who made the shift in career, I’d say it’s wonderful working in the book biz, but you better be ready for changes and giving up certain freedoms. I wish you luck with the life plan!:)
Ah, necessary sacrifices then? Not in any hurry yet, though. I still want to see where being a corporate slave will take me. Hahaha. Thanks Honey!
Happy anniversary to you and your blog, Tina!
Here’s to wishing that your plans will come into fruition soon and years of even more lovely, worthwhile, book lovin’ and bloggin’!
Congrats, Tina! ;)
Thank you, Jzhun! :)
Happy Blog birthday!
Yay, happy 2nd blogoversary, Tina!! *throws virtual confetti*
*grins at virtual confetti* Yay! Thanks Danya!
Happy happy birthday, One More Page! :)
Thanks, Wendy! :)
Happy Birthday, One More Page! Mine just finished celebrating two days earlier than yours. :)
Thanks Formidable Chairwoman! :D And belated happy birthday to your blog too. =D
Oh my! Of course I have just read this(in my defense, I have just opened my google folder that contains book blogs subscriptions)! Happy Blog Birthday!
It’s okay. Thanks, Aaron! :)
Happy belated, Sweets! Also I totally cracked up at the fact that you thanked your spambots. ;) And many many more happy years to come for you!