mile·stone
/ˈmīlˌstōn/
Noun: An action or event marking a significant change or stage in development.

This has been a summer of milestones for both me and my family. As an engineer, I became very familiar with Gantt Charts and milestones. Managing projects, budgets, resources, and timelines was a common task, but we were always able to celebrate significant milestones along the way. So in that same spirit, I want to take a break from my normal blogging to celebrate a blogging milestone.

Two weeks ago I celebrated my 40th birthday, and this week on my blog I hit both 1000 posts and 1000 comments. I didn’t plan it that way, but it’s pretty cool that I hit the 1000 post/comment milestone at the same time. I started blogging in July of 2006, so if you look through the archives, you will find seven years of my thoughts about faith, life, and technology. My posts aren’t as frequent as they used to be, but I am still here after more than a half a million page views on FaithEngineer.com. I appreciate the online community that has grown from this site, and I look forward to many more posts and comments.

Thanks for stopping by the blog and letting me share my thoughts! Keep on sharing your thoughts and please feel free to leave comments on any of my posts! 

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