Saturday, December 17, 2011

So last night, Jay and I were sitting on the couch together, and I was posting my extremely enlightening post about orientation.  Jay noticed what I was doing and asked, "how many people read your blog, anyway?"

Hm.  Good question.  I have no idea!

Blogger offers a counter, but I know there are TONS of sites that spam, so while it may LOOK like you have readers, it's actually just adware and spybots roaming the web.

So!  My question.  How many people DO read?  You don't have to post your name, but it would be kinda interesting to get a general number and location (according to blogger, I have readers from all over the world, which I highly, highly doubt) ...but if that is actually the case, let me know and I will send you a present.  No, really.

16 comments:

TheAutoMomma said...

*waves* Hi! I read your blog. I have enjoyed reading your story of your sister's recovery. I should do this on my blog. I think I have about 4 readers, haha.

Anonymous said...

Follow u and your sister's journey, from the great state of Minnesota. I like your style! And your love and compassion. You make nursing noble!

Amy said...

I read your blog! I'm originally from Michigan but live in Tennessee now.

TheAutoMomma said...

Oh, and I forgot to say (was up with a non-sleepin' kid when I posted) I'm in Colorado. :)

Kelli said...

I follow you (from Texas) though I can't remember where I first found you. Love your writing and your sister's story is truly remarkable. There are so many things you talk about that I find true in my own life (our children (especially our boys) sound very similar) and I'm in the medical field as well (physical therapist).

Patricia said...

I have a friend who reads your blog so I started. I'm from Michigan. I love reading your blog. You make me cry sometimes but I know it's twice as hard for you. Keep writing it's a good recovery for you.

Anonymous said...

I read while I'm at work! It gets me through my slow shifts and keeps me awake! So thanks!

Kelsey

Monica Smartt said...

Hi, Laura. I have enjoyed reading your Blog ever since the onset of Leslie's illness (my friend, your Aunt Barb, sent me the link). You have done a fine job documenting Leslie's progress. Merry Christmas to you and your family!

Anonymous said...

hypormisThis is Jackie!! You know exactly where I am!!! xoxo

Anonymous said...

I too read your blog .. Im from good ole wyandotte Mi.. :)

Lisa Hannawa said...

I read your blog. Love reading updates on your sister. You know I am from MI.
Lisa

Anonymous said...

I read your blog. I'm from Wyandotte and Pres. church and love hearing updates on everyone.

Nancy said...

Hi! I read your blog in Canada :)

Laura said...

So so so so SO much fun reading about who reads :) I will admit, it made me a little blog shy! :) Thank you, though, because I know that with my sisters incident and the other little bumps in the road, the support we received is what got us through. Of that I am CERTAIN. A tragedy can make you feel so incredibly alone, and the way people stepped up to be there, it was simply amazing, and not a day goes by that I don't thank each and every one of you that have been there for us and her in one way or another. LOVE you guys! Really, I do.

Anonymous said...

Hey, Its Taryn, I read your blog!

Anonymous said...

I forgot got to say I was reading your blog in Michigan and now have traveled to Colorado and I am still continuing to read it