Frost At Midnite, A Blog by Jayasree Bhargavan

500!

The year was 2006. A June in 2006. That was when I started blogging.

A friend wanted to read some of my writing. Given that we weren’t in college anymore and that he was not even in the country, he was the one who goaded me to take the plunge into blogging.

Fast forward to now, when WordPress informs me that I have 499 posts in all. And I knew I had to make the next one especially special. When one looks at the count, 500 does seem like a paltry number when it has been over a period of 14 years.

Fourteen years has been a long time. Sharing my thoughts and rants with the world. There have been times when I have wanted to share happiness and when I have wanted to share my sorrow. There have been times when I have been so down that writing on this blog was the last thing I wanted to do. There have been times when I was busy to neglect the blog. Different times, different reactions, different approaches.

All through it, Frost At Midnite has been a solid presence. It has been an entity that has been a part of my mind constantly. Dulled by the glare of something else, put on the back burner for whatever took precedence at that time. But, there nonetheless.

Frost At Midnite has seen fellow bloggers come and go. I have missed some of them. I have found new blogs and bloggers to follow. From a personal blog to one where I share my interests, Frost At Midnite has transformed into something of a little showcase of my life.

Therefore, a milestone requires some prep. If you have noticed, you will have seen a new theme, some new graphics. A little dressing up here and there. Something to make sure that Frost At Midnite is still in vogue, and does not behave like the grand old dame that she can be taken for.

And this is a post for sole purpose of rounding off a fancy 500.

To many more milestones and achievements!

Frost At Midnite, A Blog by Jayasree Bhargavan

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