Happy Blogversary!

Five years ago my best friend in the whole world sat across the North Sea from me and missed me as much as I missed her. Therefore she decided to create a blog for us to communicate with each other. That blog is the one you are reading right now.

Five years is a lot of years. In total during those five years we’ve:

  • Lived in seven different places
  • Killed five fish
  • Watched The Lizzie Bennet Diaries at least three times
  • Accumulated at least 30 plants – and killed at least half of that
  • Stayed up watching the Oscars four times
  • Gotten two master degrees
  • Started a podcast and then dropped it again
  • Published 344 posts – including this one

And countless other things. It has been a blast and we’ve loved it all – even the looooong periods of not posting. So here is to five more years!

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4 Comments Add yours

  1. D. Kohler says:

    I honestly can’t believe that my little silly idea of a blog to keep in contact has turned into five years of complete randomness – and granted, quite a few post about hot celebrities. I still have this idea that one day I’ll start at the beginning and read all of our posts, but then I remember that there are 344 and I really don’t have time for that.

    This jubilee has made me think though – is it time for a new 365: blog edition?

    1. R. Henneberg says:

      Life is crazy that way!

      Uh, I love that idea. We must brainstorm that idea!

      1. D. Kohler says:

        If you’re lucky I’ll write a post with my suggestion on how to pull off 365: blog edition.

      2. R. Henneberg says:

        *Please, let me be lucky. Please*

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