Hey you :-)

Hey you :-), Would you like to leave a message? You, or group of you’s who just read almost all my posts, you make me curious! πŸ™‚ My ‘stats are booming’ meaning that the counter of number of messages that have been read ran up to 450 today! So if you are the one who read all my post in one day, would you like to leave a message?

Not to worry: the statistisc only show you (all) live in the United States, nothing more so your privacy is guaranteed.

I am off for the night but would really appreciate you to leave a public comment or private one, my e-mail address is full blog name without spaces@gmail.com. And in stead of the full blog name you obviously write feelingmywaybackintolife.

Hope to hear from you. If you care to stay a private person, make sure you make up a fake email addres for this purpose of leaving a comment or a mail. πŸ™‚

Edit: I am obviously happy with everybodies comments but in this case I am specifically looking for the one person/the persons who in one day read al my posts. πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚ Hi!!! πŸ™‚

xx, Feeling

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14 thoughts on “Hey you :-)

  1. Well I hope they read this and respond!
    I have stopped responding on a few blogs that I used to frequent. Writing comments and never hearing back from people, not even a ‘like’ can get tedious. Especially when they respond to the writer above and below my comment!! I get the message………!!!

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    • Aww, but I miss your blog! I wouldn’t read too much into it. I like to blog my thoughts for my own personal journal. It’s nice to get comments but many more folks just read. I find that unless I go check my special email account I don’t always know if someone commented. So I might comment or respond to the first ones and then do another post. Then, unless I check old posts, I don’t know there are new comments. I think the Like function of the wordpress blogs is nice though as it’s a way of concurring without having to type something! Wish my blogger account had something like that. Hugs.

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      • Ooh! Not sure we are on the same wordpress page: I am not feeling sorry for myself, just VERY CURIOUS as to who read 450 different posts in one day. But I think, with all the attention now, I might have scared him/her/them away. πŸ™‚
        xx, Feeling

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  2. I’ve come to realize a couple of things when journaling/blogging. In my own blog, I write for myself, not to others. I hope others may read it taking something away which helps them in their sobriety. If people leave a comment, I am always gracious to leave a comment back. When I’m reading other blogs, if there is something I can add that may help another individual(s) based on their post, then I respond. Don’t get me wrong. I love comments, questions or concerns written back but if I don’t get them, I’m okay with it.

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    • Yeah, same here. I write for me. I take out the ‘hope that others may take something away from it’: hoping for that is very much a trap. In the 2,5 years that I have been here, those who start a blog saying ‘they want to help the world’ fall of the wagon quickest. It is one of the reasons I do not edit; editing will lead me into that trap, into several actually. I guess I still need time to ‘grow up’ in my sobriety. I perceive my unedited posts and mode as very ‘adolescant’ – being, having opinions, saying stuff but not taking responsibility. But then again, I started drinking in puberty so…. I guess I can not leave from where I am not / If there is any transforming to do it is from the place where I am.
      It’s just that one person, or several persons in one day read ALL my posts! How cool! I am curious after this person / these persons. πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚
      xx, Feeling

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