One hundred thousand thank yous

This week, I passed the 100,000 mark on my page views. I know writers like Dooce, Kelle Hampton and that Pioneer Woman get that many views in a week or a day. It took me just over two years to acquire those views, but I am proud and grateful.

Today I wrote my 175th post.

When I started this blog, I was stifled creatively. I had no outlet for my writing except my inner monologue. My personality trait where I don’t want to do anything unless I can be perfect at it prevented me from pursuing my writing in any way. Somehow, I overcame that, taking Goethe’s advice to “begin it now.” Here I am. Thank you so much to those of you who click on me week in and week out. Even those of you who write comments telling me how much you hate me and how much my blog sucks. THANK YOU for reading my words and being moved to write me back.

An even bigger thank you to my fans. To those of you who write that I make you laugh, there is nothing that makes me happier as a writer. Thank you a hundred thousand times.


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6 Responses to One hundred thousand thank yous

  1. Meghan2 says:

    You are quite welcome! Reading your blog is my pleasure. Thank you for giving me something to giggle about and relate to in a realistic manner.

    (side note: when I was five I wanted to be the second woman Supreme Court Justice–I even had a shirt that said “One down eight to go”)

  2. Cindy says:

    No, thank YOU!

  3. kelly says:

    I have been a professional copywriter for over 20 years, so I like to think that I appreciate good writing — and I really appreciate yours. Unlike some other bloggers, you know how to write cleanly and concisely. Love your honesty and your humor. Thank you for creating here.

  4. SlippidyDippidy says:

    Congrats! My blog is 1.5 years old and has 1000 views! lol

  5. I am so happy you commented on my blog. I am absolutely loving yours.

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