Thanks to all who read and enjoyed my 2011 blogs. 2010 was one of the worst years of my life physically and emotionally. My wife has been the stable one with much support from family friends and church community. 2011 was a good recovery year trying some new wings in jobs, music recording, speaking, writing, and outdoor ventures. I would need to clone myself many times to try all the advice I have received from people.
This blog has been a way to connect with people from many parts of the world. Use some of my photography, and write out some insights I have gained through life’s adventures. If you make a comment, sign up, follow, or even hit the like button I check out your profile, read about you, and sometimes google you to see how your online world is being influenced by your presence. My hope is for us to be givers as much as takers to the online community. I have some a special thanks to you who make constructive comments. Thanks to you who put out some great content in your writings. My life is better for it.
Below is my year in review for my first full year of blogging for the inquisitive. I’m not sure what to think as april fools day was my best reader day with a goofy (but fun) blog. I would encourage you all to visit and even follow these writers who have encouraged, challenged, and enriched my life this past year. Outdoor Truths by Gary Miller, Kristen Lamb’s Blog, Elena in English, The True Man by Ed Blonski, Leary Gates, Splice the Mainbrace, and Billy Coffee. Some have asked for a link to a small sample of my music creations. Here is a small sample of originals with potential. Go ahead and click on any of these links and it will be worth your time (I promise, or I owe you a cup of good coffee or visit Northern Minnesota and I’ll take you fishing). Click on my picture (Gravitar) and it will take you to some of my photography.
The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2011 annual report for this blog.
Here’s an excerpt:
A San Francisco cable car holds 60 people. This blog was viewed about 1,400 times in 2011. If it were a cable car, it would take about 23 trips to carry that many people.