My fellow internet time wasters, I am here today to discuss Tenor Dad. The blog, not the man. Today marks three months of blogging, and as we approach the milestone 100th blog (preparations for the celebration are already underway), I thought it was time to reflect back on what we have all accomplished together so far, and where we have left to go. Here's what I have learned.
1) I Like to Make Lists
I knew that I liked lists, but I have noticed that a lot of my blogs are in list form. Just saying.
2) 94% of My Blogs Are About Food or My Pants
I don't know why I blog about eating so much, because I hate eating. Maybe I should write about how much I hate food. But then, I would be writing about, well, but, ok, nevermind. And I have no idea about the pants thing.
3) People Don't Like Sequels
My food trucks of New York blog got a lot of hits, but by the time we got to part 23, nobody was clicking through anymore. Lesson learned. One set of poetic parables: funny. Four sets: annoying.
4) Nobody Reads Blogs on the Weekend
My lowest numbers are by far on Saturdays and Sundays. I get it. People have stuff to do. I made a commitment to blog every day for a year, but that was basically to get me into the habit and into a schedule. I don't feel like I am breaking my promise by making the following announcement.
I will no longer be posting blogs on the weekends. This will be my last Sunday blog. I will focus on quality rather than quantity. Don't be sad though, you can still read me on the weekends. Catch up on blogs that you missed over the week. Repost your favorites on facebook. Click "follow" over on the right of this very page. Hop on over and like my blog on facebook. Honestly, schedule or no schedule, it's been the support of all of you loyal readers that has kept me blogging. So thank you. I know with your help, we can keep this blog going for years to come.