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Hello, Fluffsters! Happy Saturday!
I was just looking at my numbers of posts… Apparently, this is number 300. Can you believe it? 300 daily fluffs! That’s a bit less than ten months of daily posting. A lot has happened since then, hasn’t it? In fact, I think that’s what I’m going to do today. I’m going to look back at some of my favorite posts from each month that I’ve been posting!
Webmaster’s Favorite Posts since Post 1
January’s Post: Well, I was definitely new to this whole Daily Fluff thing. I was, and still am, trying to figure out exactly what to put there. I have to say, Fluffy’s short story about the origin of treasure chests was an interesting post.
It’s not a short story! It’s a legend!
Fine. Legend. Whatever.
My posts in February: This was the first full month that I blogged. I’m just as glad it wasn’t a leap-year, or I’d have needed to write an extra one! I think my favorite post would definitely have to be Muffin Flavored Shrimp. I’ve used that question as a frequent opener since then!
Favorite March Post: I’m actually going to cheat, and post two of my favorites. The first is one of my favorites because of the YouTube video embedded in it, not because of my commentary. It’s the video of Sheep LED Art. It’s totally worth watching. The second is my “book review” of an instruction manual. That one still gets its value primarily of a secondary source, but I still like it.
April’s Post: My favorite would have to be my Foundation of Rome post. I got a fair number of hits, for like the first time ever, AND it’s an INFOGRAPHIC!
May: Oh, gosh. I’d totally forgotten about May’s “comfort” challenge. That was probably one of my least intelligent decisions with this blog… But I’d have to say that my “breathing” post is fun. I’m often a bit amused when I go back and look at my various numbering systems.
July: Again, I’m going to cheat and post more than one. If I had to choose, I’d probably go with my post on how books are like an addictive substance. But my post about the origin of the use of aloe also amuses me. Is it bad that I’m amused by my own work?
August: I think that my post about what to do with freshly baked cookies is one that I really like.
September: Definitely my post about Lemon Dessert. I still think about that one fondly… Maybe some day, I’ll redo the video and add sound effects.
And finally, October: I think my poetry about coffee should qualify as one of my best posts of the month.
Thank you all for reading my 300 posts to date, and here’s to even MORE! Enjoy the rest of your week!