Yesterday, Kana Tyler shared a beautiful story about the flamboyant flamingoes that migrated to her yard as a child. If you haven’t read Kana’s Notebook, I urge you to take a peek now.
As it is, I’m borrowing her beautiful flamingo stamp and passing along her words of thanks to you.
Dear Readers, thank you for following my blog. Thank you for taking time each day/week/month to share my journey. Whether you’ve subscribed to my blog on purpose, stumbled across it while looking for pictures of trees or popped by after seeing me around the blogosphere (and wondered who the heck I am), I appreciate your support. Knowing I’m not alone in my journey through the woods means the world to me.
Dear Commenters, thank you for sharing your perspectives on my blog. It lets me know my words make an impact, however small, on somebody’s life, somewhere. Every comment leaves me feeling warm and fuzzy inside, as if a flock of flamingoes have greeted me with the morning sun.
The incredible writing community could not be possible without you. You and your fellow writers, bloggers and friends. If you love and value your readers and commenters, please Flamingo them in whichever way you choose. If you would like to be a member of my Flamboyant Flock, grab the badge and display it on your blog. All I ask is that you give credit back to Kana for her whimiscal artwork and fabulous message.
Which reminds me. Thank you, Kana, for creating such an inspiring gift to share with friends, family and fellow bloggers.
And now I’m curious: why do you comment on blogs? What holds you back from signing your John Hancock? Why do you read them in the first place?