Sixteen Small Stones Blog Anniversary

Yesterday was the first anniversary of my first post on Sixteen Small Stones! I have now blogged here longer than any of my previous blogging endeavors. I offer a big “Thank You” to those of you who are kind enough to read, and especially to those of you who have left feedback, whether as comments on the website or as private email to me.

To celebrate, I have compiled a list of some of my favorite posts from this first year. If you have started reading recently, you may want to check them out:

Neglected Literature: Flatland
The Christmas Tree
Sunset Clauses, Bureacronyms, and the Patriot Act
Garfield Reloaded
La historia peculiar de Orélie Antoine de Tounens
The Great Seal of the United States
A Small Child’s Prayer
The Consistency of the LDS Church’s Position Regarding Legislating Marriage
An LDS Lexicon: Endue, Endow, Endowment
More on Superchastity or Extra-Abstinence

Moving forward, I plan to re-post some material that I published elsewhere in my past blogging attempts that has since been all-but-lost in the e-ther as well as to publish new material at a greater frequency. I look forward to another year.

Cheers!
J. max Wilson

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3 Responses to Sixteen Small Stones Blog Anniversary

  1. Stephanie

    Happy Blogversary!!! And… Merry Christmas!!!

  2. Congratulations. I had not realized before that I have been following your blog for most of its existence.

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