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things I learned – post 2

December 16, 2013

I learned that as with everything in life, people’s blog commenting frequency falls along a continuum.

Prior to starting this blog, I didn’t consciously predict which people would be readers, followers, and commenters.  But thanks to the detailed “stats” associated with a wordpress blog, I know how many people read each day, who has signed up as a follower, and how many times people commented.

I like having the stats.  But I want to be clear, there is no judgement of people’s choices.  Reading is okay, not reading is okay.  Following is okay, not following is okay.  And commenting is welcomed and appreciated, but not commenting is okay.  Accepting people regardless of their choices and actions isn’t always easy; but their choices and actions reflect where they are at on any given day.  Over the past year, having this blog and the stats has helped reinforce this learning in my life.

Sky Report at 10:00 – mostly a clear blue sky resulting a bright day as the sun reflected off the fresh white snow

Yarn Strands – the two blues

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