I’ve been somewhat slack in posting recently, partly because I’ve been incredibly busy, partly because I’ve been spending a lot of time at various doctors’ offices recently (I’ll blog more on that soon, I hope), and partly because of the tacit rule of blogging that the longer between posts the more significant you think your next entry should be.
But I can’t let my blogiversary slip by without comment. As I noted last year, most bloggers have quit long before two years’ time. So I’m kinda slow, but I persist to the end. That’s the way I ran a marathon, and that seems to be the way my life works in general. (My wife is a much more frequent blogger.)
Since last year’s anniversary, I’ve about tripled the number of unique visitors, but they still come for the same reasons, the WordPress plugins I develop.
The most significant change this past year was the arrival of my son Sam. I adore the little guy, and I’ve loved being a daddy. No doubt he’ll be precocious, so maybe this time next year he’ll have started his own blog.