Wednesday, December 17, 2008

Thank you

I posted today's post and then went and read your comments on my previous post.....

While I am working through this human need for validation, I also think God wants us to bless one another and your comments have done just that.

You've made my day!

And now, I must get off the computer because I, too, am limiting my time here (God inspired also). See ya'll tomorrow.....without pictures, because {HUGE SIGH} again, my camera broke!!! ugghhhh!!!!


Denise K. said...

Hi there!

I just stumbled upon your blog and was so touched to read this post and the orginal below! I am so relieved that someone else feels the same way as I do! :-)

I too was on a search for more comments, and the other day joined a 'blog party.' It was wonderful, on that one day, I got more comments than I had in a year's time...BUT, can I tell you I spent hours on the computer commenting on all the blogs I stopped by, and then I went to the blogs of those who stopped by ours. It was fun, BUT, is spending hours on a quest for comments the best use of my time? After the blog party, the commenters didn't come back, and I realized that it was too much time and work to join every blog party with the hope of gaining more readers. I should probably be spending more time fostering my real life relationships, and calling friends for lunch vs. typing and blogging.

Anyway, to make a long story short, I just wanted to share how I related to your story and hope that more readers come! :-)

I too felt the green eyed monster when I saw how the big Bloggers got over 100 comments a day and what could I do to get that many readers? We may never have that many readers, but let's focus on the ones who do read, and ENJOY coming back on their own free will, not because they have to after a blog party. Oops... I need to run!

Thanks for sharing this awesome post..I'd love to "come back!"

Good Night for now,
Denise :-)

elaine @ peace for the journey said...

Our words are a gift to one another. Better spend them wisely and on behalf of kingdom purpose. The ones spent on you were well-deserved and well-spent in my opinion.

Keep to the road, friend.