Tuesday, 15 July 2008

It's Nice To Be Read

I woke up this morning feeling more like my usual self; the room didn't start spinning the moment I sat up in bed, and I managed to get to the loo without having to hold on to the wall for support. So today I am going to go for a walk to get some exercise (something that I haven't been able to do for a week) and then I am going to sit down and finish the TMA for my current OU course. It should only take me a couple of hours and it will be great to have it done and sent off.

Thanks to the Jobbing Doctor I have had a lot of people read my blog over the last 24 hours, and a couple of people have made very nice comments about my writing. As I said in my very first post I have no real reason for writing this blog other than as a means to "vent my spleen" at things that annoy me, or to relate things that happen in my generally very dull life.

It's nice making friends, isn't it?


steph said...

Hello there!

Found you through the Jobbing Doc also. Well done for speaking out in support of the medical profession. I'm a great believer in acknowledging the good times as well as the bad.

As regards the joy of receiving comments...

Am I right that you are relatively new to blogging? When my son pushed me to start a blog just over a year ago, the one thing he kept reminding to do was to comment on other blogs. I had no idea then of the camaraderie that's to be found through blogging but now, I'm completely hooked! Comments are the life blood of any blog. You can write away to your heart's content on any subject but if you don't receive feedback, it soon becomes a lonely trail. I've made some great friends through blogging (some I've met in person) and we are there for each other through thick and thin.

It is very nice to be read but it's even better when you realise that there's a whole community of people out there who'll welcome you once you reach out to them. I can assure you, life is never dull in the blogosphere!

Enjoy, enjoy!


madsadgirl said...

Thanks Steph, your comments are much appreciated.