I just realized that it has been a year and 12 days since I started this web journal – aka Blog. Where did the time go? So let me look at some of the statistics. IN that time, I have made 41 posts and received 44 comments, not so great. I was spammed 5247 times, thanks Akisment for catching all those. The journal as 58 subscribers – cool! and has been visited over 4500 times. I had a nice counter plugin/widget that was working that suddenly gave up last week for whatever reason, so I have a new stats plugin, Counterize II, working but it does not have a nice sidebar widget to report it. Those 44 posts have been categorized 16 times as Announcements, 9 times as Images, 8 times as Inspirations, 4 times as Moonsighting, 23 times as Reflections and 2 times as Workshops. Now of course if add all those up its more than 44 posts, so obviously some were marked under multiple categories.
So all in all, as seen from the post stats, the journal has lived up to its subtitle - “The Journal of Insights Through Reflections on Nature”, – for the most part anyway. Have I “panned” across all that is photographic, probably not, but give me some time. In my first “Real Post”, Calm Down, I wondered if the time I spent writing and updating the journal with new content was going to be worth it. For the most part I feel that it has been a worthwhile endeavor. I was hoping to see more feedback and discussion take place, but the feedback that I did receive has been positive and hopefully the articles I have written have been of benefit. I guess the real proof has to come from the readers.
So I want to hear back from all the readers of this journal, have the posts I have made been of benefit? Is there anything that you would want me to write on that I have not? What about the journal itself: Is it easy to read? Do you like the format? Are the links to other blogs and websites relevant? Do you have a blog or website that you would consider having a reciprocal link to? Would you like to seem me change the journal and in which ways?
So lets hear it. I hope the next year will be as good as what has past, but I really hope it will be much better.