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October 10, 2006

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Laurie

I don’t know who defines “good” writing, or what that exact definition would be, but you continually make me laugh, smile, reminisce, and relate. It doesn’t get much better than that.

janet

ditto all that, sister! I think the thing to keep in mind is that really, comments and stats and links and all that doesn't really matter. Sure, getting lots of comments feels good, it really does, but either you are having fun blogging, writing, sharing, etc. Or you aren't. The best sites are not driven by comments or popularity. Of course, it's easier to write when you know someone out there is reading. The worst is feeling like you are talking to a black hole.

I am totally losing my train of thought here (looooong day, lemme tell ya) but I also ditto laurie's comment. I'm glad I found your blog!

cody

well I am jealous. nobody visits my myspace site. maybe that is because it totally sucks and I never put anything new on there. maybe?

elise

No, it's only because myspace sucks so horribly.

Keep faith!

wordgirl

Me,too. Even though some days I wonder about the ability of other bloggers to post a single picture of their kid in wearing a pink tutu and they get 55 comments. I'm glad to be here and discover that there ARE some decent writers in Texas.

CJ

I think all the best writers are from Texas! LOL There are days that I wish I had the popularity of the others bloggers, then there are other days that I just want to vent and hope to god noone reads it! LOL

Helen

Well I have you in my favourites and come here regularly, I am ashamed that I don't leave comments when I am such a comment tart myself, I need comments and feel cheery when I have more than 10!! Have you noticed that the most popular writers/ bloggers all admit to being depressed? Do you think that means anything....I know 2 or 3 of my most favourite bloggers who have me laughing til I ache are all on medication for such depression, bizarre somehow.

Lacey

This comment is for Cody: I read no on visits your myspace. The same thing happened to me. For a year, not a single friend except Tom who is everyones buddy. My dog got sick so I made the myspace his. Put his picture and bio on it. You know what? He has 129 frineds! The dog got more friends than I did. Even after he died he was still getting friends. Talk about making you feel bad. Here check it out: www.myspace.com/luvthatboxer. It's the new puppies myspace now. The old dog is still on there though.

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