This is the 3,001st post on this site, which is something that I’m very happy about. It’s great to be able to look back and say you’ve done 3,000 of something (like having 2,000 comics). Tried to do some post finagling to make this the 3,000th post, but that didn’t work out. So this post will replace my article for the week and there will be no mid-week review.
I’m very glad to have reached such a large amount of content on this site, and I hope everyone who has been reading, watching, or listening has enjoyed it. I’ve been having a little trouble getting videos and written things out as evidenced by the past weeks. But my new schedule is settling in and allowing me to get more done.
I hope that the previous 3,000 posts have been enjoyable, and that the next 3,000 will be just as much so.
Reaching Milestones is a strange feeling. I’m just never sure how to react. Last week I reached 2,000 posts on the main Dragon Company site (as well as 1337 posts on Tumblr, but that’s just kinda funny)(and yes, that was all me so far). And just yesterday I reached 400 Walking the Roosters comics, out of over a thousand total comics, which I can’t even believe I did.
I definitely (I’m glad that didn’t autocorrect there) feel grateful to the people who encouraged me to work at this thing that I enjoy doing; blogging/comics etc. But I almost just don’t believe I did it. It’s almost like when I turned 18, which happened fairly recently as well. Suddenly you expect something to happen, and nothing happens. Everything feels the same but it feels like it shouldn’t feel the same.
My followers are still low on Tumblr
But nothing incredible and major happened when I reached a large number of posts. Instead, the amazing thing is that I can look back and see all of the Likes, and Comments, and Followers I’ve built up over the time it took to get that many posts. All those people (hopefully you), though not as numerous as other followings, made my posts an achievement. People enjoying them, hopefully, is what makes them worth doing as opposed to reaching a nice-looking number for their total. The fact that even on my posts that get one Like, one person enjoyed that enough to like it makes me feel more accomplished than any number does. (And since I have to be cynical at least once here: I don’t have the potential to make some money if no one likes it.)
So thank you, everyone who has read and will read my various internet material. I hope to see you at the next milestone.