I’m blogging from my iPhone today. Not even sure it’s going to work. We’re on our way to Charleston, SC. They’re calling for weather to see the 60′s and lots of sun. Sounds perfect to me.
Corey’s interviewing at MUSC for his fellowship. Although I think Charleston would be a great alternative to Cincinnati I’d rather just stay. I like our house, our friends, the city. I’m quite content in Ohio which is something I thought I’d never say.
Corey just asked me what I was doing. I told him I was blogging. “BLOGGING?!?” (in a sassy voice). “Yea! So?!?” (in a not-sassy-voice thankyouverymuch). We’ve been together so much lately I can’t believe we haven’t had a tiff bigger than the one we just had (if you’d even call it that). We scrunched our faces at each other, rolled our eyes and then laughed. That’s us.
You know what I’ve been thinking about recently? SEO. I know. So interesting, right?! That’s me. Jodi at MCP Actions (enter link here if I wasn’t on my iPhone) posted a really helpful article just recently about SEO. I totally get the need and importance for it, but for me I guess I wonder if I really want it. I definitely want exposure for my workshops. I think they’re the bomb (you’re welcome) and want everyone in the world to know about them. But, my blog … it’s different.
I think I like the idea of obscurity. It’s as if my readers are less in number than others, but devoted. And, new ones land here by accident and find (or don’t – which is totally okay) something that resonates with them and they, too, become devoted. And, that’s just it – I think I choose devotion over high numbers on my Google Analytics.
So, 503 readers … thanks for being here and more importantly, for being you.
Have a lovely weekend. I hope it’s filled with what’s important.