Happy Blogaversy to Me!

Ahhh…one year!  It’s hard to believe that the Greenroom has been
around for a whole year!  I’ve “met” lots of new friends and had
some great conversations.  This blogging thing just kinda gets
under your skin after a while and you can’t imagine NOT doing it. 
Anyway, I’ll reflect more later I’m sure.  For now, let’s
celebrate the one year mark with a question —

why do you blog (or why not as the case may be)?

Looking forward to hearing from you! 


~ by Chris Green on July 11, 2005.

5 Responses to “Happy Blogaversy to Me!”

  1. Thanks for the prayers, I KNOW they helped!I blog because it makes me reflect on my day and my life. I enjoy writing and it is an easy way to get in a little writing and actually get feed-back. That is pretty cool! Also I am lousy at keeping in touch with people. This way you must blame yourself if you don’t know what is going on with me!I read blogs because I am encouraged and uplifted by people who are sharing a “faith walk”. Some of the struggles I have had a hard time putting a name to, have become easier, because I know others share the same struggle.

  2. 40 Days of Fat is back with a new domain name. http://www.40daysoffat.comCheck it out.

  3. BTW I forgot to say Happy Blog-o-versary!

  4. CONGRATS!!! Keep it up!

  5. At first I blogged to be involved in my teenager’s life. She has a Xanga site and she told me to get a blog instead of a Xanga because blogs were Xangas for “old people.” But after doing it for a while I realized that the blog was teaching me some new computer skills and helping me to grow as a person. I also enjoy reading other people’s blogs. It helps me keep in touch with friends who have moved away. I have learned that “old people” read each other’s blogs but do not leave comments. Teenagers read each other’s Xangas and leave comments and write about their feelings on a daily basis. It is a real comment on our kids social and emotion lives.

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