Celebrating one year

Today is my one year anniversary with the Sequim Daily Photo and I feel like celebrating.
My friend Marie will probably say it’s just another excuse to do a bakery post. She may be right.

It’s been fun so far and it’s largely because of you. Yes, you. You show up as a dot on the world map that tells me you’ve taken a look. I appreciate that! Really!

And to those of you who stop by and leave a comment: An extra special thank you. Across digital space we share a little of our worlds and that makes all of this even more worthwhile.

If you’ve never commented, I’d be happy to hear from you. It always brightens my day.

In the meantime, here’s a cupcake from That Takes the Cake that will soon be just a crumb or two and a happy memory. And then it’s on to tomorrow’s post. See you then.

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26 thoughts on “Celebrating one year”

  1. Let me be the first to thank you! I visit your site every morning while I have my breakfast. I love your photos and especially like your often clever commentary. Thanks again.

  2. It’s nice to see a “daily photo” website that’s truly daily. It helps keep me going until I’m able to relocate back to the OP. Thanks.

  3. Congratulations! We share this anniversary. One year ago today we opened our store in Sequim! We are so thankful to the wonderful people that live here and the beauty that surrounds us. Thank you for sharing your photos, they are a daily ritual.

  4. I absolutely love love love this celebration…congratulations! Now I’m going to have to recall when my blog anniversary is…any excuse for wine and cake! BTW, love the shot!

  5. Congrats on one year! I really appreciated your comments today and apologize as I haven’t been by to see you of late. Time flies when you’ve got 8 blogs! 🙂 Champagne and cupcakes are a wonderful way to celebrate and we wish you many more years of happy blogging!

  6. Congrats on your anniversary…..I have been blogging over 8 years now….with several different blogs….it is a fun journey!!! Everyday is a day to celebrate with cupcakes!

  7. I check the Sequim Daily Post DAILY – even when in Sequim but especially when I’m not. Sequim DP can take a big chunk of credit for us buying a home in Sequim. We can’t move their yet. So, the Sequim DP is a vital link to home.

  8. Happy anniversary! I look forward to your posts every day. Every picture captures the feel of the north Olympic Peninsula so well! I hope to live there too, someday.

  9. I check the Sequim Daily Post DAILY – even when in Sequim but especially when I’m not. Sequim DP can take a big chunk of credit for us buying a home in Sequim. We can’t move their yet. So, the Sequim DP is a vital link to oir Sequim home.

  10. Kay,
    we’ve been viewing Sequim Daily Photo for about 4 years now, and have just recently moved to Sequim. SDP taught us a lot about Sequim and the surrounding area and it is a really fun site. Thank you for your inquisitive eye and camera, and your follow up investigation of the details. Nice Job!!

  11. Congratulations! I rarely comment, but view this site, daily, many times viewing archives of past photos as well. I am with Larry on this one, until I can relocate there, I see this site as a little piece of home. Okay, I have never visited but this site has given me enough incentive to get out there as soon as I can. I already feel like it is home to me.

  12. Kay,
    Friends of ours have visited the OP for several years, blogging about their adventures and sending photos. For some reason, this year I decided to research Sequim. For the past few months, my husband and I have daydreamed over living in such a beautiful, natural place. He has the weather forecast on his phone for Sequim. When it’s over 100 degrees here in Texas, we oh and ah over the prospect of being so cool.
    Congrats to you for providing a wonderful service with thoughtful photographs.
    Deborah in Midlothian, Texas Put us as a dot on the map!

  13. Thank you so much for your blog. We recently made a visit to Sequim for 2 weeks from Texas. Your blog really helped us to make the most of our visit. The city should appreciate how much you benefit the local economy 🙂 My husband and I now want to move to that area!

  14. I am a tad late, but I’ll join the celebration. You have added photo class to the CDP group. Hope that it is rebuilt soon, but it looks a little iffy right now.

  15. Our B&B here is FOR SALE and we looking to relocate closer to our families in Wash. Sequim is on our list of places to check out. I can’t tell you how much I appreciate your photos, especially those of downtown area since we would like to be within walking distance. I have not looked at another place with photos as helpful as your. Mahalo!

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