A Milestone — and an apology
Milestone first: On Friday, this blog, in existence since early December last year, crossed the magic (well — not really) 100,000 visitor mark, a number which, if I interpret my WordPress stuff right, does not include any of you wonderful subscribers.
It ain’t quite in the big leagues yet — but I feel like we are together making good, steady progress up the system. If I can make the leap from Portland to Pawtucket over the next year, then it’s all good. (A little local color for those of you not familiar with the Red Sox farm system.;)
Thanks to all who have taken a look. May your tribe ever increase — and for my part, I’ve got some thoughts as to what to do to make this blog a continuingly useful place to come after next week. Any suggestions gratefully received as well.
And that leads to the apology: I’ve gone into complete neurosis mode on the election. The only treatment I know (there is no cure) is to get my butt out and do something — anything. So from Wed., every hour that my family does not need me and that my job does not require is going to be spent up in New Hampshire at the disposal of the Salem Democratic/Obama HQ. I’ll try to get some stuff up, but blogging’s going to be a bit light from now through the fourth.
Best of luck to us all — and thanks again to all my readers.
Image: “A Game of Baseball at the Polo Grounds...” engraving from Harper’s Young People, v. III (1882), p.524,