I just found out today that I just got my 200th follower on the Ospreyshire blog. This was a very pleasant surprise and I didn’t see it coming. Thank you to all who stop by and check out my works on this blog.
Now, I have to think of something special for this occasion that’s relevant to what Ospreyshire is about. Stay tuned.
More people have been checking out my blog and I got to this amount! Thank you to everyone who read my blog. Whether it’s my poems, music, news stories, opinions, or mentioning my other creative works, I appreciate it.
I have been thinking about this blog since I feel like I’ve had an identity crisis with this page. This was supposed to be for my poems and music, but I lost track with other things that I feel like no one cares unless it’s content from my other pages. I really need to streamline things on here.
Well, this was a pleasant surprise.
Looks like I made over 200 posts over the past two years of my blog. Some of them are reblogs from my other pages, but I’ll still take it.
It’s a miracle that I could make that many posts on here.
That’s an odd number to get an achievement, don’t you think? Yes, I do get the joke as to why it’s an important number, but that’s besides the point.
This was certainly a good notification I got recently. I’ve had this blog for 2 years now, and it’s been interesting meeting all those on WordPress regardless of what one blogs about. I’m glad to know a diverse amount of bloggers who talk about numerous subjects.
Thanks for viewing my blog!
Well, the birthday surprises just keep coming, don’t they?
For starters, I recently crossed the 3000 view threshold on the Ospreyshire blog. Thank you to all who have checked out this blog for my music, opinions, poems, and everything else!
Without further ado, I’m going to show you some of the gifts I’ve received on my birthday…
I got this vinyl in the mail from my Scottish friend Dave. This is the newest album from 2 Minute Minor, who are labelmates of mine who also happen to be from the same state as me. This Chicago-based hardcore band make some conscious music while still making quality tunes. You can listen to their album here.
In this block of photos, it involves drawings, Twix, and a Target gift card from my friend Kip. He’s a talented artist and I hope he finishes the comic book projects he’s been working on for years. I’ve known him since I was in middle school and we still talk to each other.
I just so happened to get two Amazon gift cards with the same amount from two separate friends. They would be from Marcie and Christy whom I’ve known for a long time. Marcie went to the same church as I did growing up and Christy went to the same school as Kip and I when we were young. It was great of the both of them surprising me.
I hope my aniblogger friends appreciate this picture. This is an amigurumi (crocheted figures) of Kimba the White Lion. My friend Essence made this for me and it looks amazing. There’s no pattern to making Kimba, so she created this crocheted attempt at this character entirely from scratch and she did a phenomenal job with it. Feel free to support Essence’s crocheting business at Hooked on Cozy. She’s created amigurumi of Pokemon and Attack on Titan characters so far.
Thank you, everyone!
Even though I’ve been posting things irregularly on the Ospreyshire blog, this little notification came to my attention.
1000 likes on my blog!
I’d like to thank anyone who’s ever checked out this or any of my other blogs.
One year later, and I finally beat my own self-constrained challenge. I can’t believe I did this thing for 52 weeks straight on this blog.
It feels invigorating to complete a challenge. I ended it with my soprano ukulele.
I couldn’t believe my eyes when I got this notification just hours after posting the Liebster Award. I now have 101 followers at the time of this post. This is amazing!
I’ve had the Ospreyshire blog for a year and a half now, and I never expected to get this many people interested on my blog. Sure, I have other blogs with different subjects besides my avant-garde spoken word project as seen on here, but it’s good to know that some people actually care.
Thank you all for dealing with me and for actually being interested in this tiny little page on the internet.