Monday, April 18, 2011

potentially awkward post.

So, according to Google reader, 86 people subscribe to my blog.

I have NO idea who most of them (you?) are. Far far less than that comment (hint hint) and still way far less than that ever have mentioned to me that they even know I have a blog.

So... if you read my blog... would you please consider leaving me a comment and letting me know? It would be encouraging to me to know who reads whatever things make it out here :-)

love,
me

ps- this can, btw, include those people who I know DO read my blog but NEVER comment. Matthew Hiltibran. And MOM.

13 comments:

Steve said...

I read your blog, Emily. Believe me now?

mpm said...

Awkward!!

Colleen said...

I read your blog and love it!

Asharae said...

Haha. This is hilarious. I love you. And I read your blog. But you already knew that. I'm sending lots of hugs your way.

amy@flexibledreams said...

I love you a LOT!!

thehindenburg said...

Yeah I do!

Emily said...

Um.... I do sometimes, occasionally OK maybe a lot when I don't have school to do :)
Love you!

tony sheng said...

yup.

Lauren Spears said...

I think you know I read, cause sometimes I comment, but as a blogger I hear you about feedback, so I'm confirming my loyalty here and now. Love ya. ;)

Mary G. said...

Emily! I read your blog. It's actually bookmarked on that bar at the top of my browser. Its my way of keeping track of you even though I never see you. ;) Miss youuuu!

April said...

This is April! I read your blog. And I love it!

mayr said...

i read your blog :D
oh and i think robby's following now, too ;)

Anonymous said...

blog is bookmarked and read. no secrets here, lady. love you :)
-claire

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