Blogiversary

Today, April 18, 2009, is the two year anniversary of The Curvature. And coincidentally, the post after this one will also be my 1,000th post.

Wow. Two years. One thousand posts. I’m not in a hugely philosophical or reflective mood, so I will simply say: that’s a lot of feminism, ranting and random Beatles stuff.

Those two years have been a lot of things. Busy, fruitful, stressful, exciting, infuriating, painful, joyful, sobering and rocky. After all, establishing oneself as the Feminist Beatles Fan Extraordinaire (FBFE for short, of course) may be worth it, but that doesn’t make it easy!

So, I just want to take a quick moment to say a big thank you to all of you who read. And especially those who have shown your immense support for my writing and/or for me personally, and also those who have at some point given me a much-needed smack upside the head. You all rock, every last one of you.

0 thoughts on “Blogiversary

  1. Heather

    Congrats on your anniversary, Cara, and here’s to many more years of awesomeness. The Curvature is one of my absolute favorite blogs (feminist or otherwise) and I love what you do here. Thanks and enjoy your anniversary!!

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  2. chrissy

    Long time reader, occasional commenter. Just wanted to say congrats and keep up the good work – I’ve enjoyed just about everything you’ve posted and you never fail to give me something to think about. Thank you!

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  3. cats

    You’re welcome. I figured you’d seen it, but you never know!

    Congratulations, by the way. Sorry that my comment was just a link. I was running out the door when I posted. I just couldn’t think of anyone else who’d be as stoked about that as me. 🙂

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  4. Betty

    Better late than never — Congrats, Cara! You rock in so many ways and we’re lucky you’re out there blogging AND making us think!

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