Freshly Pressed…Thanks from The Green Study
Thank you to WordPress and to all the bloggers and readers who stopped in to check out my post What You Call Yourself When No One’s Listening. When things slow down a bit, I will make sure to visit your blogs as well – there’s always so many great writers and bloggers to “meet” and sadly, only so much time. Thank you to those who have risked hitting the “Follow” button. I will warn you, the first few posts after those 15 minutes of fame are sellouts, but hang in there, I’ll return to my senses eventually.
In addition to saying thanks to new visitors, I would like to take a moment to thank those bloggers who have hung around in between and before the Freshly Pressed days. Who am I kidding? I never had many readers before the FP days. Anyway, I am grateful for those bloggers and commenters who I’ve steadily come to regard as blogging friends, as well as a few consistent readers who don’t blog, but put up with me in real life.
Thank you to: My patient husband and lovely daughter, who have encouraged/ignored me during this busy time. And thanks to my friends and readers: SP, ML, AB, SM, JL and KS. You know who you are. Thanks for not marking my blog notifications as spam.
I am thankful to the following people who willingly take the time to add to discussions, share a laugh, kindly offer up their own experiences and really engage in conversation. If you get a moment, check out their blogs – they’re very generous bloggers and commenters.
Thanks to Lorri (artsifirtsy) at The Eff Stop, Wyrd Smythe at Logos con Carne, Stephanie at HonieBriggs, Ruth at A New Beginning, Teresa at Belly Button Blues, Pete at Pete Armetta, Molly at Woah, Molly!, my French ex-pat friend at The Greedy Frog, Ruth at Life in the 50s and beyond, Lila at Forming the Thread, Caitlin at Broadside, Heidi at LightlyCrunchy, Dave at 1pointperspective, Daan at I Fkkn Rokk, Diane at westlakemusings, Linda at The Magic Bus Stop and so many other, newer friends as well. If I missed listing you, I apologize – I’m only on my first cup of coffee.
This has been such a pleasure. Stick around. I’m sure to disappoint. Then it will feel like a real relationship.