But where did the word “Milestone” come from anyway?

From Memidex.com:

First definition is “stone post at side of a road to show distances.”

Oh, yeah. I knew that. The things you forget as time goes on… how embarrassing. I’m supposed to be one of those smart people. I’m sorry, the origination of the milestone got pushed out of my brain by the Russian Cinema Reader I just finished copyediting.

And the point: I have 100 followers! Congratulations Kevin Cullen, you are number 100. I would give you a prize, but I really don’t have anything… but on a related note, if I ever get a million followers, the millionth will get a prize. šŸ˜‰ *Cough* never happen *cough*

It took over three years but people in the triple digits like my writing enough to click a button that will tell them when they should come back for more. I am fairly certain that I would have gotten more followers more quickly if I didn’t sometimes go so long without posting.

You can always go back and re-read some of my posts. It would be especially helpful if you commented. But, considering how few posts I comment on myself, I understand why you don’t.

I see exciting things in the future of my writing blog. Maybe even revamping the categories section so that it doesn’t look as stupid. You don’t think it looks stupid? Well it does. And if I keep writing regularly, how long will it take to get to 200? I think I should make that an experiment.

That made me feel much better about life. Maybe even good enough to write a story.

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