>It’s My 2nd Blogoversary!

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Tea Party by Stablercake on Etsy.com

Tea and Honey Bread is 2 years old, I’m farklempt! Rubs face in disbelief and smiles awkwardly. 400+ posts, 135 public followers, quality relationships, a voice; uncovered, recovered, newly discovered; empathy, consciousness, awareness, diverse readership, and a sweet enough for me, slice of virtual world acceptance. Did you know I blogged for a year without a single comment?

This may seem inwardly insignificant but, every time I sit [here] to share the contents of the space between your reality and mine, I’m faced with a decision; to love it or lose it. To love the anxiety, “Will they hear me, understand me, accept me, agree?” To love and embrace the challenge to incite a thought, or a riot. To respect the greatest caveat:

The single biggest problem in communication, is the illusion that it has taken place.”

-George Bernard Shaw

Or, sacrifice my freedom; my voice, my power, my gift to the intrinsic fears of a buck-toothed girl, her imaginary friends, a cat and a dog- in a tiny apartment kitchen in Western, Queens. (This concept is going somewhere some day, I promise.)

Tea and Honey Bread is in many ways a gathering of friends, of fresh minds; an exchange of new ideals and ideas; like college but with less sex, better beer and more guilt. Winks.

Thanks all of you, for contributing to this work in progress; for being an ear and/or echo to my voice, for being good friends. If you’re new here, introduce yourself we’re an inviting bunch. Let’s have a fabulous next 365 days, shall we?

Peace and gratitude,

Comments

  1. shiborigirl says:

    >A "woot, woot!" and three cheers for your anniversary celebration. I am delighted that I found your blog, when was it? I think more than a year ago.

    I've enjoyed your rants and musings, and the well-placed F-bombs.

    Thank you, and here's to 400 more posts to come. Come on girlfriend – start writing!

    Kate

  2. Annie Pazoo says:

    >Thanks for sticking with it. You inspire me.

  3. mairedodd says:

    >congratulations! and thank you for taking on the fear and anxiety… we hear you, we appreciate you, we are grateful you put yourself out there and share… it impresses me that after all of those blogs you can keep coming up with such wonderful ones…

  4. MBB Founder and Editor Denene Millner says:

    >I absolutely adore your blog and am so glad that I've been able to witness the beauty that is your voice and spirit… you're a fantastic writer and thinker, and I appreciate you.

    Happy blogoversary!

  5. lori vliegen says:

    >happy happy blogoversary! congrats on your 400 posts (you probably didn't know you had that much to say, did you?!), and your 135 faithful followers!! thanks for all the tea and honey bread! 🙂

  6. Cynthia L. H. says:

    >Happy 2nd Blogoversary!!!
    And MANY MANY MORE!!!
    ;^)
    C

  7. fly tie says:

    >yaaaay!

    oh, i just love being over here. thank YOU for sharing your world, your words, your thoughts, your essence.

    i'm bitter that i can't come here as often as i did in the past due to slow connection, but high speed shall reign again!!

  8. ajgallion says:

    >Congrats! I've really enjoyed following thus far…We do "hear" you. Thanks for sharing.

  9. Jennifer says:

    >happy blogoversary!! I'm so glad to have been apart of this amazingness and can't wait for 365 more. Thanks for keeping us in your thoughts…already some things are looking up!

  10. Mama Shujaa says:

    >Happy 2nd!!! And I echo many of the sentiments expressed by fellow commenters; and would only add that by your act of freeing your voice, you help me free mine. Ah! I want to shout that from the mountaintop.

    I enjoy your honest,unique voice tremendously!

    Enjoy the better beer, although I would challenge you that only the BEST beer is found in Kenya! LOL.

    Best,
    mama Shujaa.

  11. Kala Pohl Studio says:

    >Congratulations:) An honest and beautiful voice, I am indeed glad to have found you. Keep on writing, you do have a way with words that must be shared:):)

  12. >Happy 2nd blogoversary to you!

  13. A Cuban In London says:

    >Congrats! Happy Blogoversary!

    Greetings from London.

  14. Jennifer says:

    >I'm back because my husband was talking while I was posting earlier and I just had to say that I LOVE the college analogy, lol. I love how you use words, intellect, and humor all wrapped beautifully together.

  15. M Ayers says:

    >Congratulations, friend. While I love your ramblings about your blog, it is special to me simply because it brought us back from the grave.
    Keep singing to my soul with the poetic justice you call Tea and Honey Bread. I love you and look forward to reading another 365. As I said on FB, your blog has become my morning paper (or evening). I don't post much, but rest assured, I read every day. Much props, peace you awesome wordsmith!

  16. Ms. Bar B: says:

    >Congrats on the accomplishment and thank you for being here!! I couldn't see my bloggy life without you in it =)

  17. Libby Buttons says:

    >Love having you here!
    Congratulations!
    smiles
    Darlie
    aka "LiBBy BuTTons"

  18. Molly Rose says:

    >congrats! good job for sticking with it.

  19. Jewelry Rockstar says:

    >Happy Blogoversary!!!!! We love having you out here.

  20. High Desert Diva says:

    >I'm late! Can't believe I missed the big day!

    You are without a doubt, one of my faves. You'd be in the noteworthy section of my blogroll if it weren't for Etsy. Maybe I should rethink my categories, eh?

    So glad you started blogging and kept at it until someone finally commented!!!

    Keep 'em coming…

  21. Renée aka Mekhismom says:

    >Congratulations! I love it here. Tw years and going strong.

  22. >Happy Blogoversary a few days late! An amazing blog….love the design….can I follow? I couldn't have continued for a whole year without a comment?? I would have left my OWN comment.

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