One Year Bloggaversary

One year ago I made a bet with myself. I bet that I wouldn’t have the muster to keep this blog going for a year.

The initial intent for the blog was to relate my experiences as a neutrois (and rather charming) person. It was precipitously started because of my impending top surgery, and my desire to document it. I’ve done that, and much much more. Despite a mild hiatus (ie, bout of laziness), and to my own astonishment, I have managed to keep this going for one whole entire year.

To commemorate, here’s a taste of what was yet to come – my first post.

I have since gone on to write such masterpieces as:

All carefully infused with biting sarcasm, sardonic cynism, and just a pinch of positivism (though I will never admit to that one).

As I’ve been re-reading what my past self wrote, I’m often surprised by either how insightful, courageous, naive, and round-about I am. But I have discovered morsels of wisdom spread throughout that I didn’t even realize were there before. So, browse around, explore, and even if you’ve been there before, you might find something new.

Thanks for sticking with me!

11 thoughts on “One Year Bloggaversary

  1. Congrats on the bloggaversary! It’s crazy to think it’s been a whole year, isn’t it? So much has changed, I feel, although maybe this is just in my own experiences. Either way, congrats, and I’m looking forward to some more Neutrois Nonsense awesomeness!

  2. I can tell you right now that there are some exciting changes in store for this year, and I already have quite the collection of drafts.

    As always I really appreciate your comments, even if it’s just to say hi.

  3. i started at the beginning two days ago and am now here and can’t wait to see what the future (but what is actually now your past) holds. i really enjoy your voice. i feel like i’m getting a very compassionate education, one that’s squiggly (not linear, but yet it is) and funny and sweet. I’ve had some “damn it, just get it already” going on in my life as of late, so this is refreshing and much more helpful!

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