Thursday, March 18, 2010

Double digits!

In the last 24 hours, I seem to have picked up 4 followers, pushing from 9 to 13.

Yay, double digits!

Thank you all!
Danke sehr!
Merci Beaucoup!
Muchas Gracias!
(Insert every other language here- I'm so grateful.)

I'd like to thank Jon Paul. Firstly, because the story I posted yesterday was an entry in his blogfest, and I genuinely enjoyed writing it. Secondly because 3 of my new followers discovered the blog because of the story. So thank you (again- I thank you a lot- you must be a superhero!) Jon Paul.

Yay, double digits!

I'd like to thank the newest followers for joining me. I hope I can keep you entertained.

I'd also like to thank those of you who've been with me for a while, especially my first five followers: Erin (Glam), Jen, Jewls, Marsha and Neil. You guys have been reading my madness for a while now. Thanks!

Yay, double digits!

You might not think that 13 people is a lot. Let me tell you a secret: it isn't!

But each of those 13 people thought I had something to say, something they might like to hear. And for that, I am honoured.

Thank you, I hope I (continue to) live up to your expectations.


E.J. Wesley said...


Love the blog! I'd do a crazy-man dance if I hit double digits, so by all means celebrate. I def. have to step up the visual star power of my page ... yours is like walking into a cool bar!

You now have one more follower.

Marsha Sigman said...

You cannot stop the snowball effect now! Word of your awesomeness is out now and this is only the beginning!lol

COngrats and it is my great pleasure to be following you.

Claire Dawn said...

Thanks EJ and Marsha!

I posted this a couple hours ago, and since 6 more people have joined me. From 9 to 18 in a day!

Wow! Thank again, guys.

Marsha, you're so right. No stopping the snowball now!

Dana Sease said...

Hi Claire! I'm one of the new followers who found your blog by reading your St. Patrick's story on facebook. You're a great writer, and I'm really enjoying your blog! By the way, I thought it was cool that you made Jarlath the name of the Irish guy in your story. :)

Claire Dawn said...

But of course Dana! It's the only Irish name that i know the Gaelic meaning of. And it's Jar, how could I write a St Patrick's Day story and not include him? lol

Thanks for joining me!