100 Days of Eneana!

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Today I have cause for celebration, because it is Day 100 of my Eneana blog and I am still doing it, and not noticeably more crazy than when I began.  Hooray!  The road has been sometimes bumpy—hence the photo I’m using here—but I feel like I’ve made some decent progress in the right direction. So far I’ve posted 42 stories, if you can believe it.  (I’m having a hard time, myself.)  Many of those are flash fiction stories, 100-200 words, but even so, that’s an awful lot of Eneana I’ve put out there already!  I’ve received over 500 likes on my posts so far, which feels like a nice round milestone in itself.  That’s more than some blogs get this early on, and a ton less than the really popular blogs, but I’m happy with it and cherish each and every one of those likes.

I want to thank, from the bottom of my heart, all the people who take time out of their busy days to stop by and read my stories, and especially those who leave comments.  It is immensely gratifying to know that people are actually reading and enjoying what I write, and that some bit of my vision of Eneana and the people who live there is coming through.

The next few weeks I will be very busy with work, travel, and a family visit, so I won’t be able to keep up my usual rate of posting stories and reading and commenting on everyone else’s blogs.  I hope to return with more vigor in late October.

Thank you again to everyone who’s supported me in this new blogging adventure.  It means more to me than you know.

Most sincerely,



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