I nearly missed this.
Today is my one-year anniversary of blogging. Or, perhaps more accurately, today is the first birthday of Leesburg Tomorrow.
So where have we come in a year? Here are some statistics.
So far, Leesburg Tomorrow has had over 24,000 visits and over 14,600 visitors from 93 different countries. These folks have been reading 773 posts so far (well, 774 with this one!).
In the meantime, Democrats have won a majority on the Loudoun Board of Supervisors (including the inspiration for this blog, our very own Kelly Burk), played an important role in two nominating primaries and are crossing the county today, turning out Democrats and Democratic allies in preparation for November.
I have to say that I am a little surprised that this blog has kept going for a year (and at a rate of about 2 posts/day, at that), though I really shouldn't be. Writing a Democratic blog for Loudoun is both fun and worthwhile. There are always things to write about, and always important stories to be told (or decisions to be analyzed!).
Most importantly, the folks who follow, comment and email me make this blog all the more fun. It is because of you that Leesburg Tomorrow will continue to be a progressive voice for Loudoun, and this corner of Virginia in general.