Friday, January 1, 2016

The Closing of the Year

I had meant to post something marking the new year earlier, but I've been the unfortunate victim of the flu.  Which is pretty ironic considering I was vaccinated on Monday.  Apparently I was already infected, but wasn't showing symptoms until Wednesday. 

Personally, 2015 was a rough year for Propnomicon.  A family crisis back in April saw the blog shut down for over a month.  On the bright side, once I was posting again I was able to catch up pretty quickly.  By the end of 2015 I'd hit the magical 365 posts for the year and maintained the average of one post a day.  It's hard to believe I've been doing this for going on nine years now.

Thanks for being part of it.

12 comments:

Stuart Williams said...

Thanks for all the interesting posts! I check nearly every day :)

CoastConFan said...

I look forward to my daily dose of Propnomicon. Your efforts are appreciated by many in the community.

Nick Storm said...

Congrats O ! You are the standard bearer for our weird. Here's to many many more !

gndn said...

Thanks for the daily dose of cool stuff :)

I appreciate the entertainment, and all the like-minded folks I've met through this blog.


-Mike J, GNDN.wordpress.com

Todd van Bronkhorst said...

I look forward to each new post. Thanks for your efforts, and best wishes for a a great New Year!

Anonymous said...

Thanks a lot for keeping with the passion despite all the shit life throws at you.

Dogstar said...

This "flu", is one of the symptoms an inexplicable longing for the sea?

Anonymous said...

Best wishes for a better New Year!

Thanks for all the hours you put in to keep up the high standards.

"Grandpa" would be proud.

Tome Wilson said...

We appreciate it! Thanks for sharing your love of props and prop-making with the rest of us!

Get well soon,

-Tome

Sebastian said...

I am grateful for all the work you put in this blog!
Thank you!

Sebastian

Anonymous said...

Thanks for making this site happen. You always bring us really interesting stuff, whether it's inspiring, scary, or somewhat gross.

Here's to 2016 and more weirdness!

Raven said...

Oakree, if it wasn't already a well-established fact, you've had a following for quite a while now, for your own work, for your tastes and sharp eye looking out for propwork and other art all over the 'Net, for your inimitable writing style and comments, and for the heart underneath — not a prop heart — you've shown us along the way.