Wednesday, August 9, 2017

The 1,000-post milestone

Bloggers are an interesting group of people.  They can’t help themselves and must compose, whatever their subject matter interests happen to be.  This middle-aged man blogger is no exception and he’s been doing it now for almost nine years.

Pierini Fitness was founded nine years ago this month, August 28, 2008 to be exact and since then well over 900 middle-aged man reflections have been posted; 993 to be exact counting this one.

My current theme is middle-aged man reflections about living and dying, gracefully aging and trying my best to live a good and honest life.  But in my blogging journey, I’ve written diet, fitness and health stuff and, every now and then, a political rant or two.

May I one day run out of things to say and post?  I doubt it because a true blogger, and that’s what I am, always has something to say and post regardless of whether anyone stops by for a visit to read.

Nowadays, Pierini Fitness is a private blog and only a handful of invited individuals have access to read my latest.  This decision was made for various reasons, one of which was to test my true blogger nature.  

Would I be willing to continue blogging if nobody read my stuff?  It was something I had to find out for myself and I have.

I’ll continue blogging and saying what I need to say regardless of whether anyone reads it.  I’m a true blogger.

What’s the sound of one hand clapping?

Sometimes it’s a new Pierini Fitness blogflection read only by little old me, a middle-aged man gracefully aging towards old-aged manhood.

And, so, I will continue, for how long who knows.  God willing, a lot longer.

For the short-term, sometime soon, maybe with a little timing on the 9th anniversary of Pierini Fitness later this month, I’ll complete a noteworthy accomplishment here, the 1,000-post milestone.

Pax Domini sit semper vobiscum


Machinehead said...

Rest assured I read all your stuff - thanks for the insights and motivation.

Pierini Fitness said...

Thanks John; you're the ONE.

Enjoy your day.