something old, something new

Next week is the 10th anniversary of this blog. That’s the old part.

To mark the occasion I’ve opened up the archives (see the drop down menu to the right). That’s the new part. And beginning next Wednesday for ten days I will be re-posting one blog from each year I’ve been writing here.

You can help me celebrate by making comments on this post or on the ten year review I post next Wednesday. What particular posts or topics have you enjoyed? Your comments will help me chose the representative post for each year, help give me direction for the future, or inspire my next project.

I only have data for the last four years, but in that time there have been 1,400 comments. I hope you made some of them. But if not, this is a good time to start.

What do you like? What would you like to see more of? Or less of? What’s a topic you would like to see me tackle, or at least make fun of?

Thanks so much. I will be finding many ways and many reasons to say thank you this month.

And happy anniversary to the blog!

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About wally metts

Wally Metts is the daysman. He is director of graduate studies in communication at Spring Arbor University and is a pastor at Countryside Bible Church in Jonesville, MI. The father of four adult children, he and his wife Katie raise barn cats and Christmas trees in Michigan. His grandchildren call him Santa.

3 Responses to “something old, something new”

  1. Congratulations on ten years! Bet that time has gone fast.

  2. I’m a big fan of this one: https://blog.thedaysman.com/2011/09/14/too-numerous-to-mention/

    In all seriousness though, I’m so proud of you for keeping this up for ten years. Year’s to at least ten more.

  3. Happy anniversary! This post, https://blog.thedaysman.com/2011/10/21/where-the-self-dies/, is a favorite, especially as I approach my 20th wedding anniversary. But there are too many good ones to pick a favorite. It would be easier to simply say your blog is a favorite.

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