My Tenth Anniversary of Blogging   7 comments

Above:  Kappa, the Tenth Letter of the Greek Alphabet

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SUNDRY THOUGHTS is a decade old today.

I created SUNDRY THOUGHTS on July 27, 2009.  I had little idea what I was doing.  I have, in fact, deleted the vast majority of early posts and spun off seven other weblogs–different channels, so to speak.  The content of this weblog has simultaneously improved and become less sundry.

The project that grew into my Ecumenical Calendar of Saints’ Days and Holy Days was one of the original purposes for creating SUNDRY THOUGHTS.  I recently (three weeks ago) completed the renovation of that Ecumenical Calendar.   That process took about two and a half years, on and off.  That stage completed, I will resume merely updating my Ecumenical Calendar–adding “new” saints and occasionally changing the dates of some feasts.

I also call your attention, O reader, to the episode guide to Starhunter (2000-2001, 2004-2005), one of my favorite series.  I delight in having filled a void after not finding a good episode guide online.

May you, O reader, find here much that is interesting, edifying, and informative.

Pax vobiscum,




Posted July 27, 2019 by neatnik2009 in Various Memories and Opinions

7 responses to “My Tenth Anniversary of Blogging

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  1. Congratulations on 10 years of blogging, Kenneth. What an impressive milestone! Cheers! 🎊🎂🚀😎🎈🎊

  2. Congratulations on your perseverance! Blessings to you for all of your hard work! 🎆🎆

  3. Pingback: My Eleventh Anniversary of Blogging | SUNDRY THOUGHTS

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