Then i get kind of pissed because they visit, have a good read and never even say 'Hi!!' you know a blog is not easy to do, it takes time and effort and while I get much enjoyment from it i do it for the enjoyment of others. And a blogging girl cannot get enough love.
Just from my visitor counter alone, I can see there is some traffic on my blog but where is the evidence? Hmph! None!! I cant help it I am really really curious as to who is reading my blog!!
I gave a classmate of mine my blog address and as soon as I did, I felt a form of regret, I mean Trinidad is a small island and how much of my business do I want people to know? Not to mention I see a Trinidad visitor on the blog regularly, and yet no comment from someone from Trinidad! (except my sister and i know when they comment!) So that tells me she is reading and just going 'oh' and 'hmm' and just leaving my damn blog without saying a word! Just rude I say!!
Which brings me to my next point, I don't feel obligated to comment on some one's blog that I visited, but as a blogger I can speak from a blogger's point of view, and also I put myself out there, (by the way we are a very brave bunch) because our blogs and profiles are really open and honest. But i digress (not that I had any main burning point), but I always comment on other persons blog because I love reading blogs just as much as love writing, not to mention eventually I will have to stop rambling on about my visits from frogs and birds and speak about other stuff like Becky did. Which I think is OK because we are all friends here and because I REALLY enjoy sharing with all of you and your opinions matter to me a lot.
So at the end of the day ( or blog) I still welcome all visitors to my blog with open arms, feel free, look around, I do hope that my little silly blog brings a smile to your face and even though I would love to hear from you, because I love meeting new people, I am very thankful for the folks who actually leave a comment and let me feel the love!!
(Raquel was last seen with a globe and a magnifying glass)