Thank You to My Awesome Subscribers! An Invitation . . .

This post is not intended to be mind-blowing, or to knock you off your feet in pure revelation.

No. This post is merely intended as a kind, sincere, warm-hearted thank you to all my subscribers. I’ve recently had several new individuals and connections subscribe to my blog—everyone from Bananagram fanatics, to Jews, to animal lovers and knowledge-thirsty students.  Oh yes, and of course my fellow writers. 🙂

I’m just getting this thing going and I truly appreciate the fact that you consider my musings relevant or amusing enough to subscribe. Therefore, I invite you to:

  • Share your blog URLs with me (go ahead! Comment and leave your link!), so that others can visit you, I may visit you, and any of us can subscribe to your site (when you subscribe to mine, I only get your e-mail address).
  • Let me know if you have any topics of interest you’d like me to write about.
  • Tell others about my page who you think might find my stories entertaining, or my writing/editing/communications tips helpful in their personal or professional endeavors.

Also, if you want to contact me privately about anything, I’m open to hearing from you. My personal e-mail address is posted under the “contact me” tab.

Again, thank you for being my base, for caring what I have to say, and for finding my posts useful or fun. Keep staying in touch and remember that I truly, truly appreciate you!



13 thoughts on “Thank You to My Awesome Subscribers! An Invitation . . .

  1. Hi,

    Love your posts! I feel like I can learn a lot from you.
    If you ever feel like learning a bit about psychology feel free to stop by, I’d love to hear what you have to say.



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