One Thousand Blessings – The RDC Sends Out Our 1000th Post

Yesterday when I was sending out my “Starbucks line standing” post, I noticed that we had just hit number “one thousand”… one thousand posts since the RDC was started 2.5 years ago.

1,000 posts, almost 225,000 visits, about 500,000 words and about 18 different contributors over that time period = wow!

I’m not sure how many t-shirts we’ve given away, or how many messages we’ve posted or answered on FB.  I’m not sure how many Tweets have gone out, or how many times the information or essays on our blog have been shared, or ridiculed…we just can’t know.

What we can know, however, is that the mission of the RDC – – to write about Oklahoma culture – – is made better because of you.

Thanks readers and our RDC community.  Even when we’ve waxed and waned with family commitment, school, failed experiments, and sometimes just really cool stories, we have always appreciated you.

Take care –

Red Dirt Kelly, and the RDC Contributor Team from day one until now



6 thoughts on “One Thousand Blessings – The RDC Sends Out Our 1000th Post”

  1. Congratulations on your new milestone! I love visiting you and reading about life in OK. I have yet to travel there, and hope to someday. Some of my favorite singers are from there (Vince Gill for one…) It is fun to read and experience things you don’t normally in your own neck of the woods like NYC.

    1. Winnie – you are a kind and generous person. I suppose I have those same feelings about NYC!

  2. Congratulations. I am new to your blog and still exploring. I lived in Oklahoma during high school, for one year. It was a great school year, and I loved the area. Amazing Sunsets!

    1. Liesl, I think one of the most pervasively agreed upon opinions in Oklahoma is about the beautiful sunsets. I’m so glad you got to spend a little time here. This blog has taken twists and turns since its inception, but in all as pulled together many thoughts from some beautiful Oklahomans sharing their perspectives. Take care, RDK

    1. You know, Jeff, to this day people are reading your FM transmitter, the pizza song, and the highway-thingy posts!

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