Monday, February 21, 2011

Three Years




Some days I don't even know who I am and about this, I am quite uncertain. However, I do know that about three years ago, during a particularly mixed bag of ongoing drama (some of it was good), I started a blog. I knew what to call it and why. But I knew little else about how this thing would march forward, for better or for worse.

Three years later, Pagan Sphinx thinks she knows a little bit more about who she is. This could be terrifying but it's also kind of exciting. No confetti thrown, no cake served. Maybe some tambourine shaking and singing. Definitely no human sacrifices.  ;-)  Just a hello and thank you and I love you to those of you who have come here often, some over the three years. Including and especially WP (the future Mr. Pagan Sphinx), The Girls (super, super girls) and CR. 

Love all; trust a few; do wrong to none.
William Shakespeare 

I think that qualifies as the blog's official quote. Now to find room to put it somewhere.  ;-)

It's almost March!!

Much love,
Pagan Sphinx

14 comments:

  1. Congrats. Three years is a long time in blog world.

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  2. Any excuse for a party! :-)

    Oh dem ancient Greeks!

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  3. Congratulations! May there be many more years of happy blogging

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  4. Many congratulations and thanks for all the fun and fascination. Hoping there's much more to come.

    Jerry

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  5. Thank you Yogi, Jams, Francis and SB

    SB - I think we met through Bobbie, which is amazing, isn't it. She is gone now.

    Francis - da Greeks; what are ya gonna do! :-)

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  6. Happy anniversary to your blog! I'm glad you're here.

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  7. Three Years... OMG! Who'da thunk???

    Congratulations, and thanks for turning me on to so much of what's beautiful in the world... for the past thirty-plus years!!

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  8. We've all learned quite a lot these past few years and much of it from one another. Congratulations, my friend.

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  9. Three whole years. Congratulations! And may there be many more.

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  10. Lisa - thanks for all the good reads on your blog and for introducing me to Susan, Linda and Steve.

    CR - you were my original blog mentor. Thanks, Luv.

    Susan - one of my favorite ways to learn is through friends with common interests. I'm glad you're out there!

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  11. Muchly gongrats my friend.
    Whatever you do or think, Tis a pleasure always.

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  12. Congrats on your three years of blogging. I have enjoyed your post, keep them coming.

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  13. Happy anniversary. We have been enriched by your work for three years. Calling that very, very good!

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  14. Stewart - thank you! Always enjoy your comments!

    Sandy - it's been a pleasure getting to know you through your writing and photography!

    Eileen - I hope you visit often!

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