Cauli Le Chat

Cauli Le Chat
Cauli Le Chat, MPL Roving Reporter

Monday, December 19, 2011

31,557,600 Seconds

   60         seconds in a minute
x 60         minutes in a hour
x 24         hours in a day
x 365.25 days in a year (more or less)

31,557,600 seconds in a year

That may not be scientifically accurate, but it is close enough for us felines.  That's how long this blog has been up-and-running.  An entire year!  Seems much longer, somehow.

Humans like annual celebrations, so I think my people readers would appreciate something deeply meaningful and worthwhile.  So would I, but I've got to finish this blog first.  Then I'll make for the canned tuna-in-oil, big-time.

We could review my inaugural blog posting.  Good for a few laughs, I'd venture.

We've covered considerable ground during this past solar revolution.  Over 400 blog posts with roughly 50,000 viewings.  I'm pleased with the results.

We still need something special as a celebration, however.  Let's see what's on YouTube.

I know exactly what they're saying.  So do my loyal feline readers: Sparkle the Designer Cat, Tober (the Thorntown [Indiana] Public Library Cat), Browser (the Pine River [Minnesota] Public Library Cat), and my British kitty pals Bea, Buttons, and Timmy.  I suspect that Morgan the Library Bunny (at Morgan County [Indiana] Public Library) and Keisha the Spaniel also know what this feline pair is talking about.

But we're not telling.

What will the next year bring?  Lots of canned tuna-in-oil, I'm hoping.

Thanks For Following My Blog,

Cauli Le Chat
MPL Roving Reporter
Annual Anniversaries News Beat

P.S.  Reminiscing about the past year reminded me of "Goin' Back," written by Gerry Goffin and Carole King (1966) and performed by the Byrds as a single (released October 20, 1967) as well as on the LP, The Notorious Byrd Brothers (1968).

P.P.S.  I would be remiss if I didn't include as a musical closer "Reminiscing" (1978), by the Little River Band.  If memory serves, this was the group's biggest hit single.

P.P.P.S.  Reflecting upon passing years made me think, as I often do, of George Harrison (1943-2001) and his first solo album, All Things Must Pass (1970), which included the title track on side three, track five of the three-disk LP set.  You may not have known that the Beatles first recorded a demo of the tune, but it was not released as a Beatles song until The Beatles Anthology 3 (1996).

1 comment:

  1. Concatulations on your year anniversary! Not only that, you've been a regular blogger, which is an accomplishment in itself. I hope you are having a big party at the library, with lots of chicken and catnip!


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