My blog turned 1 today, and I feel like a proud parent. What started as a worthless jumble of word-vomit, is now a slightly less-crappy pile of word-secretions. And what better day than my blogiversary to reminisce over how far I’ve come. So let’s look back at this wonderful year of mediocre blogging!
Here’s where it all began. My stupid face on the internet. It’s amazing how an amazing journey like my blog’s all started with my face and a couple of poorly chosen words.
And who could forget when I so eloquently declared war on the internet trolls. Although I think this war could also use a “surge”.
Ah yes, the days when I used to strike ridiculous and ever so embarrassing poses all in the name of my blog. Gonna be honest, I’m glad those days are over.
I don’t remember the context of this picture, but it made me chuckle so there.
Ah, the marvelous days of photoshop. Also, why am I staring at the top of JFK’s head?
Oh my goodness, whom could forget the time I snuck into Sam’s house and took this really dark and hardly distinguishable photo? I should really do that again (I’d lock my doors if I were you Sam)!
Hey do you remember Pop Songs:Explained? Neither do I, but that’s because I’ve forcibly blocked it from my memory. Where did I ever go wrong?
Band class, what a fun and yet entirely miserable time. Also Sam/Brian, there may or may not be a clue in this picture.
And then it all changed when I went to college. High School was fun, but there comes a time when we all must move on. Sadly moving on did not involve urinals with dividers in between (Get on that Georgia Tech!).
Oh yeah, getting locked out sucked. Luckily its never happened to me again, so for now just enjoy this terrible attempt at photoshopping (in my defense I had to use gimp).
Oh Reginald, my fire, my muse, you have never disappointed me with your hip, yet highly patriotic style.
And now we come to today…well, monday. It’s been quite the ride, and it’s all thanks to you, my readers (all both of you). So here’s to a New Year, and another wonderful 365 days of blogging. Oh, and tell your friends!