According to my Blogger stats, this is post number 1,000 on my blog. I can’t believe I’ve thought of 1,000 things to write about. I started writing this blog almost seven years ago, when WCK was a 15-pound baby with chubby cheeks and a little tuft of hair. One thousand posts later, she’s a second-grader in a plaid school uniform who will be off to drama class in a few minutes. I could not have imagined this back on Post Number One.
I hope that I have a few thousand more posts in me. I hope someday we’ll all see post 2,000, where I’m reporting that Jay is teaching her how to drive, and post 3,000, where she’s getting ready to graduate from Big Important Paleontology School. I know that many more things will happen that I can’t possibly imagine here at post 1,000.
I’m also a little amazed that there are people out there reading all of this. If you’ve been reading all 1,000 posts or even just a few of them, let me know who you are! Leave a comment here or on my Facebook page. Are you a myeloma patient? A friend? Just somebody passing by on the Internet?
Whoever you are, thanks for reading. Here’s to 1,000 more posts. At least.