Monologing

I know it’s fun to just browse blogs and read them and slip away quietly, leaving no footprints in the comment section. But my readership has jumped and I’d sure like to know who’s reading! Also, I feel a bit like I’m sitting alone in a room, talking to myself. I’ve been known to do that on occasion, but conversations are a lot more fun.

(In case I’m being too subtle–this is a plea for comments!)

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4 thoughts on “Monologing

  1. The readership has jumped up? or jumped ship?

    Tough to comment when there is no shell chuck on the reply.

    Maybe it be a Grammar thang! Hey look there IS a SPELL CHECK!

    Don’t the comments either;

    Argue points

    or

    support points, thus inflate the writers ego?

    😉

  2. Get used to the lurkers. Enjoy the fact that you have lurkers. The site meter says I have an audience, but do they say “hey?” No. However, knowing they stop by is enough to make me keep writing. Whoever they are. When your readership is at 1000 a day, you’ll have your comments. Apparently you get about 1 per 25 readers. 🙂

  3. Wouldn’t you know it: as soon as people start commenting, we have a snow storm and lose internet access for two days. (For those who are about to point out that I could have gone to a coffee shop or something with wireless–it was a serious snow storm and we were stuck!)

    Bill –
    Yes, it’s all about me. Come on, make me feel significant! =) Just kidding. I would really like to hear what others think. Especially when I’m posting something that reveals something icky about myself. I’d like to hear from people who struggle with the same things so we can help each other work through it.

    And if people want to argue, that’s cool, too. It forces us to think and figure out if our position is truly based on logic and reason and truth.

    So … what do you think about that, William?

  4. Hi,

    I haven’t surfed in here before but I saw the plea for comments today, thought I’d pop my head in and say Hi. 🙂

    I love the topic of your blog, “for better, for worse, for life”. That sounds like a great attitude you have. God bless your union.

    PS: Not that this is a hint, but I wrote a plea for comments on my blog too, last night.

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