It’s my Blogiversary.

I’ve been blogging for three years now.  Thank you to all of those who care what I have to say. I’m not sure what’s wrong with you, but I appreciate all your support.

Pizza_Eating_Contest_trophyAnd with that I’d like to mention some stand out readers and contributors, by handing out some Dungeon Awards (no chain gang follow up posts required).


Thank you to My most loyal readers and commenters – mom and dad! I know you’ve read every single post that I ever put up!

The Parents
The Parents


Karuna Poole

Al Poole





To my most loyal Blur (the serialized novel- if you’re not reading it you’re missing out!) commenter. Slpmartin.   So glad to be sharing this journey with you!



To my most wordy (prolific in her words) commenter that always shows that she not only read the article or poem but that she really understands what I’m trying to say. Thank you for getting it:



For being an inspiration in the blogging world, and definitely inspiring many of the features in my site, which were ideas that I directly stole without retribution or bitterness from her:



To the most prolific Dungeon Prompt Contributor MarthaOstout, who has completed almost every prompt (she’s just catching up with the last couple). Many she has done twice.



And in mass, I’d like to thank everyone who has ever done a Dungeon Prompt – you keep me blogging when I want to give it up.

Dream Cloud Diaries    MarthaOstout    Writing Works in Progress    Human in Recovery    Traces of the Soul    Cher Shares    Shadows of the Divine    SplitSpeak    Contemplating    My Spirit Journey    Every Day Another Story    The Arkside of Thought    Stardreaming with Sherry Blue Sky    Follow Your Shadow    Blog It or Lose It    Bastet and Sekhmet’s Library    Your Mind in Bloom, LLC    Hell on My Heels    TJ Therien    Schizo Incognito    Stop the Stigma    Alienorajt    Never a Worry    It’s a Lonely Place    A Thing of Grace    Marsnplato    Tale of Two Tomatoes    Weaver Grace    Finale to an Entrance    DCT Designs Creative Canvas    Garden2day    Dave Kester    Anawnimiss    Kayla’s Only Heart    Living, Learning and Letting Go    Vanbenschoten    Robin’s Real Life    Boring Broad’s Adventures    Rick Cagnolatti    Translation Scrapbook    Read me my Writes    Views Splash!    Be Good    Love Happy Notes    Blue Butterflies and Me    Kajori    Nintier    Let There Be Peace on Earth    Baldy Poems    5 Degrees of Inspiration    Shainbird    Emotion at Peek    Howanxious    Human in Recovery    Creo Somnium    Life as it is    Melzzart    Tracy’s Healing Art    Vic Briggs    The Pen’s Might    Seasoned Sistah 2    Nik’s Place    Dragons in the Night Sky Blog    A Writer’s Word    Girlgoyle    Tea with Anne    Be Good.    Self Therapy    Not Just Sassy on the Inside    Creo Somnium    Art and Life    Unveiled    UnseenEye    Toutons Tubas and Other Tales    Chyfrin    JotNrot    The Dirty Diaries    Rarasaur    Chasing Life and Finding Dreams    Ardyvee    White Shadows


Also, a big thanks to everyone who ever wrote a guest post for the site. I truly appreciate your presence here.  Check them out:

DadAl Poole: A Trip to the Doctor

Alfred Poole is now figuring out retirement after a lifetime in social service, including the last 10 years running the Homelessness Intervention & Block-Grant Administration for the city of Seattle.


website2Bonnie Olson: Home Grown

Bonnie Olson (Jagati) works to include multi-cultural and low income folks in affairs that effect their lives.  She runs a business,Emerging Design Consulting, supporting diverse nonprofits and people to build community, equity and justice.


Faith's profileFaith Eirans:  Emotional Butterflies

A lover of letters, words, phrases, emotions, beauty, terror, love and hate.  Faith writes stories to paint the pictures that only she is seeing.


575790_516170758440781_1444144020_nThe Holistic Wayfarer: The Question of Human Suffering

“…When I hit the age that embodies spiritual gestation, something happened.  I remembered I was more than a mother.  Motherhood is no less my solemn charge today than it has been the last six years.  But the woman God had created to reflect Him in her way even before she birthed her child had gone missing.  I remembered that writing is how I really breathe.”

IMG_0052Jamie Vilasini Otelsberg: What the Swastika Means to Me

Jamie Vilasini Otelsberg lives in Amritapuri Ashram and dabbles in design work for a good cause. She is an appreciator of good stories, art and all things history.


Karuna Poole: Tearing at the Fabric of Racism

Karuna Poole is a psychotherapist in private practice in Seattle, Washington.  She is author of,Getting to Joy: A western householder’s spiritual journey with Mata Amritanandamayi and Letting Go of Suffering.  You can find more information on her at or on her blog Living Learning and Letting Go

Header PhotoKripa Gressel: Oh Goodness

Writer, Thinker, Cook, Fixer, Traveler, Lover of life, with a stare-you-down look that is capable of making you rethink the mischief that you are about to engage in.


LevantineLevantine: Last Seen 26/9/2012, 8:28 AM

Once upon a time, in a kingdom fa… Oh sorry not in a kingdom, in some kind of republic, or an ex-republic, there lived a princes…  Oh sorry, just a normal girl, like any one you may have ever known…  She is not a writer but she likes to write sometimes.


515fd5dc5271c6c08b5129810c184d31 (2)Mandy: Learning about Love through Death

My forthcoming memoir “Secrets In Big Country” is the story of childhood sexual abuse, betrayal and abandonment. I hope by sharing my story, I can reach adults molested as children, to let them know they are not alone. Together, we can overcome the shame that comes from secret-keeping.

Apoetic1_self picNicole Allen aka Apoetic1

Before the sunset, I was the rose that emerged from the crack in the concrete, with my parents serving as both the concrete and the crack. Hard and broken, solid and open, earth gave birth to me. Gemini – twin of the universe – living in duplicity.


TracesOliana Kim: Denied Privilege

I`m a mom, a nana…a youth counsellor, a family life educator, life skills facilitator, a daughter (mom is still alive) a sister, a lover sometimes,  a loyal friend, compassionate volunteer and lifelong student.  I am not religious but I am spiritual.  I believe in the Golden Rule…you can`t go wrong there if everyone just abided by that.

rarasaurRarasaur: Our Sameness

I love the unexpected, I hate to be surprised. I love robots, quotes, nursery rhymes, mythology, giant things that are usually small, small things that are usually giant, web cartoons, surprisingly inspirational people, and geeky things. I live in Orange County with my husband and two cats. I am 66 inches tall, type 120 words per minute and design things from bottles to jewelry to posters. I dislike sweatpants, sweating, people who treat others badly because of mismatched beliefs, overzealous correctors, and the feel of sand between my toes.

Sanaa RizviSanaa Rizvi: Phoenix

Sanaa is a 20-something fun soul who loves all things poetry and literature. Having done her graduation in English Literature, she found solace in the world of poetry and quickly realized she has a knack for it herself.

SlpmartinSlpmartin: Ghost Stories

Charles W. Martin (Reading Between the Minds) — earned his Ph.D. in Speech and Language Pathology with an emphasis in statistics. Throughout Charlie’s career, he maintained a devotion to the arts (literature/poetry, the theater, music and photography). Since his retirement in 2010, he has turned his full attention to poetry and photography.

srividyaSrividya Sheshadri: Born to the Brothels

Srividya Sheshadri is a Research Associate at Ammachi Labs, a research department out of Amrita University dedicated to developing technologies designed to improve quality of life for the most underserved sectors of society.



And lastly a big thanks to my sister who takes the abuse of dealing with the in person me so that I can present the slightly more stable version to the online world:



Where’s the chips and salsa?



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  1. And may there be many more years. Being not very adept at self-promotion, I really appreciate your mention of my blog. And I look forward to discovering the blogs of others you’ve mentioned.

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  2. Happy Birthday! Happy Anniversary! Happy Blirthday! Happy Blogiversary!

    Sometimes I wonder how I found some of my favorite blogs, and when I look at your list, I conclude that either I found many here, or they led me to you. Thanks for all that you do here to stimulate pondering.

    This is a precious post. I tingle when I review the lists, in memory of what I’ve experienced here, and in anticipation of returning to this webpage for more.

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  3. Happy blogiversary! Thank you for all that you do. I know your prompts always get me thinking, and when I can find the time to sit and write, I always like what comes out. So thank you for your inspiration!

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  4. Fantastic post! I’m so proud of what you have accomplished during these three years. You inspire me and more than likely you inspire everyone you mentioned on this post! Plus all those who read your blog……. wow, that would be quite a list……

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  5. Happy Anniversary, Sreejit! Still remember my first hop skip over your blog with an Acrostic poem which Martha0Stout is the Queen! I`ll repeat myself, but you’ve saved me oodles of $$$ from therapy sessions. Martha is so loyal, that when you took time off, I started a Thursday prompt to aleviate that “dry” speall 😉 So glad you have your loyal parents reading, I may never have met your mom:) I have chips and salsa! and may just make some guacamole too:)

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  6. Happy Blogiversary, Sreejit!! The “wordy” one will resist the urge to respond in novel-esque fashion. 😉 I will simply say, crazy attracts crazy… and so, here we all are, seeking a little bit of sanity in each other, while basking in the symmetry of our complex natures. Be honored in knowing that some of us even deem you as the leader of this wayward armada. :-p

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  7. Happy Blogiversary Sreejit, my 3 years is in May. I have truly been inspired by you, I even cited you and Dungeon Prompts, in an essay on Social Media for an English class 😀 ❤
    Keep on being you. You do it so well. I look forward to many more blogging years with you as a friend.

    I also enjoyed your love, and the effort it took to put this post together.

    Namaste dear one,

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  8. Happy Blogiversary! 3 years and how it flies…
    I am rather late to the party, but I am happy to be a follower and Sunday Wrap contributor. This post is really classy and beautifully arranged. Your blog is wonderful and so is your community. I am tempted to try a prompt soon BTW. You never know when the muse will appear 🙂

    May your writing forever flourish and your spirit forever soar!


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  9. Happy Blog Birthday! Quite a few people I know on the sphere have celebrated their 3rd this year. Congratulations. ❤ I'm amongst the 3rd year people as well. I wonder if our writing betters with age, like fine wine?


  10. Congratulations on your third Blogiversery ❤ … it's been wonderful to see how your blog has grown and changed over the years … all the best and lots of hugs! Bastet


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