Dearest reader of what I write;
I want to say thank you for taking the time to read my words, to share my thoughts with your family and friends, take the time to comment on my posts and return back week after week.
Building a blog that is successful is not easy. I am not even sure if I am doing it properly or if my blog will ever get more than 100 page views a month! BUT to those who return week after week to read the words that come out of my heart, a big and heartfelt thank you.
To my lovely coworkers who stop and tell me that they read my stuff, that is actually really super cool! As a writer all you want to hear is that people enjoy reading what you write.
For me, what I write is my heart and soul, so I am really glad you guys enjoy it 😉
To the wonderful bloggers out there that have left me comments, thank you so much! Some of the comments I have gotten from you have brought tears to my eyes. The sense of community in the blogger world is amazing. I look forward to getting to know more and more bloggers. Ya’ll are beautiful.
My audience is not big by any means. I fight to get traffic to my blog, I fight with myself to do work on my blog. Even though to me, it doesn’t feel like work, I have gotten a tad lazy. I need to start researching more on how to advertise my blog N’ such. I am wondering if my affiliate link is in a good spot or if anyone will ever click on it. I wonder if I need more links so maybe I can start making a few dollars. Basically, it’s kind of like having your first child I suppose. You wonder how bad you are screwing up all the time! Some days you feel like you hit it out of the ball park though. Gotta love those days.
Even with the small audience I do have, I appreciate you all! I love when a friend comments that they read my blog. Because I had no idea that they even knew of its existence. So again thank you beautiful you. It is my hope that you continue to stay around and grow with me. ( Have you bookmarked me?) I look forward to the journey 🙂
Question of the week..
Thanksgiving is in a few days, what are you thankful f