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It’s a big week in our house this week.   Our oldest turned 13.  Yep. We have a teenager in the house!  She’s excited and this Dad is starting to get nervous.

We’re only a year away from her learning to drive.  Boys and dating probably aren’t too far off.

Rather than focus on things that are bound to give me a headache I thought it would be fun to focus on how different her life is at 13 than mine was.  We talked about it over breakfast today and came up with a list.

So here are 13 things my daughter has at 13 that I didn’t:

1.  The internet.  No Google for me.  If we wanted to know something we had to ask someone or go to the library to look it up.

2.  A laptop.  She’s lucky enough to be in a school were every student is given a laptop to use.  We had a Commodore 64 growing up although I don’t remember using it much.

3.  A Cellphone/Text Messaging.  I was in my twenties when I got my first cellphone. She got hers a few years ago when we got rid of our landline.  I did have a phone in my room but it wasn’t a teen line.

4.  Netflix.  Many of her favorite shows are ready for watching whenever she is.

5.  DVD players.  Closest I had was a VCR.  The first one had a corded remote.  It was awesome.

6.  Starbucks.  She’s a big fan of their hot chocolate and is starting to like their flavored lattes.  I had Swiss Miss drink packets.

7.  buy modafinil south africa She has access to an internet superstore.  I had Wal-mart, JC Penney’s, and Sears.

8.  The ability to dance.  She’s a natural.  Me? Not so much!  She must have gotten that skill from her mother.

9.  An Ipod.  She’s got her entire music library in the palm of her hand. I had a Walkman with a 70 minute mix tape.

10.  buy modafinil los angeles.  This is how she watches music videos.  She gets to pick the ones she wants to watch.  I had MTV and got to watch whatever videos they wanted me to see.

11.  Pinterest.  She has several virtual bulletin boards.  I had an actual one in my room growing up.

12. Reality Television.  It was all Dukes of Hazzard and A-Team for me.  She has Dancing With The Stars, So You Think You Can Dance, and American Idol.

13.  Facebook.  I’m glad I didn’t have this one when I was 13.

What did I miss?  Anything else you would add to the list?

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Whoo hoo!  It’s time to celebrate!  Today marks the one year anniversary for this blog.  I’m glad you stopped by because you helped in what I consider a successful first year.

I thought I’d share some site stats with you.  I’m not sharing them to brag.  Heck, you might not even be impressed with them… but they made me happy.

I’m sharing them for all the faithful readers.  The ones who have joined me on this journey over the past year.   I wanted you to know what you were a part of.

The site was about a month old before I got Google Analytics set up but we’ll just go ahead and say these stats are for the first year.

Nearly 9,000 different users checked out the site a little more than 14,000 times.  That added up to more than 40,000 page views.

Readers from every state in the United States dropped by as well as 85 other countries from around the world!

It always amazes me how global the internet is.  I’ve often said to myself, “How does someone from El Salvador or Macedonia end up on an Iowa guy’s blog site?”

The answer is usually a simple Google search, Facebook, Twitter, or Pinterest.

What were the most popular posts of the 303 blog posts from the past year?

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Other highlights for me were getting re-tweets from financial radio host Dave Ramsey and Christian singer Matthew West.

I want to thank you for the support.  Every comment, like, or share on Facebook was greatly appreciated.  Every tweet and re-tweet made me smile.  All the times I got a call, text, or stopped with words of encouragement mean more than you know.

You helped get the word out about this blog and I really appreciate it!

I can’t wait to see what the next year will hold.  I’ve set goals for myself and have some big plans.

One of which is to open up my blog for guest posters.  If you’ve got a story to tell that touches on the topics or faith, family, or technology I’d love to let you share it here.  If that interests you let me know.

So, thanks again!  What was your favorite post from the first year?