Is your "comment's" section your own personal "Great and Spacious Building"? Think about that.Discuss.
Some days, on my good days, the comments are just a little bonus that make me smile...others though, I feel that twinge of panic when they are low...what is wrong?Where is everyone....how come SHE has double digits every time??????
I could care less how many I have--just as long as it is an even number (I know--I'm OCD like that).
I rarely get comments on my actual blog comments section-some people will comment about a post that I linked to on facebook on facebook but its rare that I get comments on blog posts--I didnt even realize there were comments on individual posts until a few weeks ago and that has been the death of me--I do get anxious when I think I posted something witty or funny and no one says anything --oh well--I am not sure what you are asking though exactly
It would be OK if I never received comments. I have my blog for other reasons. It's always nice when someone makes a comment. But that's as far as it goes. And luckily, no one is pointing fingers and making fun of me in my comment section. That would not be cool.
Jessie, its a Book of Mormon story where a prophet has a dream which shows the people of the world in a "great and spacious building" mocking the people of the Lord. Some people get lost trying to find the building (pleasing the world) while other's hold to an iron rod which represents the word of God. So in this question I am asking my fellow mommy bloggers if they are more worried about making the world happy (getting as many comments as they can in their comments section of their blog) or are the spending their energy on other more virtuous things. I've been ruminating on this topic for a while as I've seen a few bloggers I used to really think alot of go the way of the world just to "up their numbers".
Is it OK if I've always been "of the world?" And I'm not a mommy blogger, so I have no morals yet.
Since I am a non-commentor and reader, I guess I am in that Great and Spacious Building. Help...does anyone know the way out?
this really isn't relevant I suppose but we were driving down town and Boston could see all the big office buildings and the baseball stadium and out of nowhere he saysoooo, great and spacious buildings. And yes, I live for comments. Especially on my paid blog, I fear low comments means no job. I would actually have to start posting again on the regular blog to hope for any comments again.
... (just doing my part for dbl. digits)
I don't think comments are a point of pride for me, so much as a way that I can further help people with questions. All too often it could get that way I guess. Though I must admit, it is nice to hear from people that they love and appreciate you. But...I love and appreciate as much as I can with comments too...so...YOU know. I love you!
How's that for a double digit :).
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