One Year Ago Today our blog launched. I hit the publish button on A Boy Named Coco (that’s baby Coco above, upside down behind Charlie in a recliner).
It’s hard to believe that a year has gone by, whizzed by in fact! Starting this blog has been a huge undertaking (I work full-time and Tiffany is a SAHM with multiple part-time jobs including the blog), challenging and at times, fraught with frustration (lack of knowledge on technical issues will do that to you!). But, we wouldn’t trade it for the world because:
We love our blog.
We love the creative process it takes to make a blog and keep it on-going.
We’ve made so many new friends – in the blogging universe and in person.
We’ve learned so much (and we still have much to learn!)
The blog-o-sphere is full of awesome people willing to share information and help you.
We’ve made a little bit of money along the way!
Our very first post was A Boy Named Coco. I don’t know why I decided to launch our blog with that post – it just happened. We were ready, the post was done and I hit the “publish” button.
BTW – Coco is my male Snowshoe Siamese cat, an awesome cat with a slight problem – he’s not very affectionate. An orphan, rescued and taken to a local shelter, he has some “detachment” issues. But, we know he is crazy about us because he shows us in other ways!
Since we’ve now been blogging a year, we have published more than 400 posts (we try to post every day and some days, we’ve posted 2 or 3!). So, we decided it would be fun to resurrect some of our posts from the archives and share them with our readers. So, over the next year, we will occasionally post both a new post and an archived post.
We hope you enjoy catching up on our archives! Here’s a link to A Boy Named Coco!
(other posts that include Coco)
- And the Winner is…
- Attack of the Amazon Elves
- Easy Shamrocks & Leprechaun Centerpiece
- Emergency Planning Checklist (includes a short video of Coco)
- Herding Cats
- Making a Grocery List Clipboard with My Personal Assistant
- Orange Crush
- The Backup Plan
- The Blind Leading the Blind
- The Squish Factor