But on this day, this very moment I am exactly 1 view from 30,000 and 1 comment from 3000. Not spectacular but jolly pleasing to me. Huh. You reading this could have just changed my numbers. Thank You!
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FITFS – following in the footsteps…
Yesterday I mentioned the quality of the bloggers I follow and that while I, after more than a year was still looking for my theme, my schtick, my brand, my…well you know – I could at least celebrate my faves, and perhaps through them find myself. So one of the very first blogs I read this morning was a dear WP friend Judith who resides in New Zealand, where it is mid winter and earthquake season.
I am not sure if Judith Baxter has been Freshly Pressed (and if not should have been) but today her news was even better that FP. Judith did a review of a book she had read. Well not just a book, and the contents kept her reading for an entire day, but an excellent book. So good in fact that the author herself, Zoe Sharp commented on her post. The book Judith read was ‘ First Drop‘. Now how cool is that????
Now I know I will get the book and others by Sharp, and I suspect that since Judith has had close to 100,000 hits on her site (in just over a year) that many others will do the same thing. Congratulations to Judith and to Zoe!
Hmmm what is the greatest thing that has ever happened to you since you have been blogging? (aside from all the friends you have made which is of course the number 1 best thing)
That is going to require some serious thought!
It’s a 40 degree day here, G1 has just uttered for the first time since school was out, “I’m bored.” I expect that sentiment won’t last too long once he gets going with his day.
If the children are going out to play today it will have to early in the day. Our thoughts are with all who remain without power from the storms…which means also air conditioning and the every day things we take for granted.