Saturday, April 04, 2020

Happy 15th Birthday Morphological Confetti!

Today, on April 4, 2005, I joined blogger as a way to start a web journal. I thought that it would be a great platform to not only express myself but to sort of record my ideas, and it has proven true. I started with just my thoughts for a particular day. Soon, it morphed into a way to write and share my photography. Then, it morphed into a way to share my poetry and prose. That led to me meeting other writers, not only here in the United States, but writers and bloggers from across the globe. This blog has taken me from New York City poetry events to celebrations of  African descendant culture in Uruguay, South America. It has been a blessing. So, today I celebrate this platform, and I hope to celebrate it for many more years to come. So much has changed since my first post 15 years ago. It will be interesting to see what God has in store for me in the next 15 years. I'm excited! Well, before I end this anniversary post, I'd like to thank all of you for supporting this blog and for sharing your thoughts in my post. It has added so much flavor to many a conversation about various topics. The journey has been almost as sweet and tasty as this featured cake. It was so yummy. 😋 Well, take care, thank you, and stay safe. Peace~ 

Here is my first post from April 4, 2005:

This is my first day on Blogger! I am very excited about blogger and my future postings. Also, today is the first Monday after Daylight Savings and I am still a day late and a dollar short. Peace~


Salty Pumpkin Studio said...

Happy 15TH Morphological Confetti Birthday!

Your title is one of the best I've seen in blogging. Congratulations on all you've done in blogland!

Deb Sistrunk Nelson said...

Your site features some of the most intriguing content in the blogosphere. Congratulations!

A Kapikian said...

"I am also expecting to learn from them." Thoughts from the Teacher. Happy Crystal Anniversary Morphological Confetti!

Stephen A. Bess said...

Thank you guys. In between reading student essays, I plan to post more. I really appreciate your support and encouraging words. Take care and enjoy the rest of your week. If you celebrate, Happy Easter!

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