Today was different, today I woke up with a smile on my face and a leap in my step. Yes, I may have walked into a lamppost this morning, and yes, I may have caused myself a serious injury. It’s happened before, it’ll happen again! But that didn’t matter, because today I’m not only leaving the house of DOOM (well, not officially, but I’m heading off to my mums for a week) but it also dawned on me, I have a Whopping 1500 followers! Now this is a cause for celebration…and so the trumpets begin to play, the streamers fill the air and the imaginary champagne comes out! I want to use this as an opportunity to say a HUGE thank you to every ONE of you! If it wasn’t for you guys, I wouldn’t be doing my happy dance right now, and my blog certainly wouldn’t be the success it is today. Sometimes I have to rub my eyes and do a double-take because I can’t quite believe it. I just want to air-hug you all, and perhaps slip you a little kiss too…just a little one!
Thank You so much for climbing on board and experiencing the journey that is my life. I feel blessed to have found such an outlet to creatively implode my happiness, sadness and joy upon…(and rants, don’t forget the rants!) Now before someone blackens my other eye…I’m going to pass around this champagne and let the trumpets play on!
Thank you once again, everyone!
Oh, one last thing. As some of you may know, I am technically impotent. A pingback what? So, I dodge social media like the plague. I have a Facebook page so abandoned it has tumbleweeds all over it and I haven’t yet ventured into the world of TWITTER. What? You aren’t on Twitter?! I hear you say. Yep, that’s right…so I have been thinking if my blog continues to be as successful and if I’m ever to write this book I’ve been harping on about for the past 4 months, I should probably get myself on twitter. So, if I ever get to my next milestone (THE BIG 2000!) My twitter account will ‘slightly begrudgingly’ become activated. I’ll come out of the dark ages, spread out my none-technical wings and get with modern times. Oh, what a scary thought! Sometimes it feels good to hide behind my words. So for now, I shall continue to enjoy being the technically challenged Human-being I am, living in the dark ages.
And with that…