YEEEEEEE! Two hundred likes!
I know most people might consider it a low score. But considering I had 3 likes 3 months back when I decided to give blogging a real try, it is quite an impressive score for me.
I want to thank everyone who read my stories.
I would also welcome any criticism. We have a saying in India: ‘Nindak niyare raakhiye…’ that means ‘Keep a critique close because they clean your impurities’. So I urge you to share your thoughts about how you felt about my stories, my site and how I could improve.
I would like to thank BeateleyPete for his timely blogging advice about adding my site to my Gravatar. It skyrocketed the number of followers from 10 to 40 in one month!
So, here I am 50-stories old. Well, I had posted a couple of more, but I just realised that it is time to celebrate!
You: “What’s the big deal? It is just 50 x 2 lines!” (Most of my stories are 2-3 lines long.)
Me: Hey! I had also created 50 X 2 characters! For someone like me who had always believed that I lack imagination, it IS a quite a big deal! 😀
You: Not all your stories were good enough!
Me: They were at least there. I dared! 😁
Also, I have been blogging for nearly one and half years and still running in full steam! That ought to count too!
You: Okay, so how you want to do to celebrate?
Me: Well, I have already finished my wild dance alone! Just wanted to let everyone know that I was terrible…yet overjoyed. At least now that I have blurted it all out, I am so tired that I can sleep! YEEEEEEE! Or may be I need to dance a little more first!!! 💃
When I started blogging last year, I was a writer struggling to understand what to say and how to say it with zero knowledge of how to run a blog.
After one year, I am still clueless about how to run a blog but at least I am clear about what I wish to say and how I would say it–Found my niche’. So it’s a good start.
While reading other blog I realised why I am doing it– to converse with people who are NOT my family or close friends, because talking to strangers often brings more clarity in life than looking in the mirror.