The ol' blog has hit the four year mark. If you weren't with me back at the beginning, take a look at my first post. Doing the math from that day, I had 1702 (Topps) + 734 (Fleer) + 527 (Donruss) + 208 (Heritage) = 3171 Cubs cards. Today the total is 11,105. I guess I've been a little busy the past four years!
I've enjoyed sharing my growing collection with you over the past four years. It's gone by quickly.
One thing that I've recently realized is that many of the blogs that inspired me to start Wrigley Wax are either gone or have really slowed down. Wax Heaven, A Cardboard Problem, Bad Wax, Cardboard Gods, Dinged Corners, Project '62, Stale Gum, I Am Joe Collector, Voice of the Collector, White Sox Cards --- all slowed down considerably or stopped (although Mario at Wax Heaven has started up again!).
Others like bdj610's Topps Baseball Cards, Night Owl, Sports Cards Uncensored, Nachos Grande, and GarveyCeyRussellLopes have kept on blogging. And certainly many other blogs have come on the scene since 2009.
I guess the question would have to be---do bloggers have a certain shelf life? Is there a certain time when they'd run out of things to say or lose interest in the hobby?
If so, even after four years, I'm not there. Collecting drives my blogging, but blogging also drives my collecting---it looks like I've created a perpetual motion machine!
So, you can still expect to see something new pop up every day at 9:00 AM EST....and hopefully you'll read something that you won't consider a waste of two minutes of your day!
Thank you for reading and adding your comments.
I feel obligated to post some Cub card, so here is the most infamous Cub to wear #4,
Lee F*@%*# Elia