So I feel a little strange and embarrassed posting this...
A couple of years ago I was in a ward where a guy named Ben Crowder was the executive secretary. He sent out an e-mail every week with the ward's announcements, and his e-mail signature included a link to his blog.
I checked it out one time and found an interesting post on the hot-button topic of whether kissing before marriage is good or bad. The post itself was intriguing, and the ensuing debate in the comments was downright fascinating (there's even a surprising twist at the end if you read through all of them).
Ever since then, I've checked out Ben's blog on a semi-regular basis, just lurking, never commenting (although, now that my secret's out, I might as well start joining in on the conversations).
I bring this up now because Ben recently noted that he has posted on his blog more than 1,000 times! That is unbelievable! I'm at around 20 posts and already feel like I'm running out of steam. Most of my friends that have blogs average two or three posts per month. It's surprisingly difficult to update a blog on a regular basis. I am extremely impressed by Ben's dedication and consistency in getting new content up on his blog. I think that, more than anything else, is why I check it out so often (if you check out both blogs, you'll see that Ben and I are about as dissimilar as two single, 20-something active LDS guys can be).
So kudos to you, Ben. Keep up the good work.