Thursday, September 15, 2005

The mysterious readers

I think I might have a couple of mysterious readers to my blog. Readers who have silently read and render support but have only on rare occassions post their comments to let me know of their existence in this part of bloggerland.

Sometimes I would have people who suddenly come up to me, and reveal that they have somehow discovered my blog and read it. Anyway, here in this blog lies mostly the way I experience the world, the world outside and my world within.

At the point of their revelation, it suddenly feels strange how my world within could so easily become so public. Vulnerable, it can be. But hopefully, it isn't that bad, as it could be an opening for me to connect with my world out there, and the kind folks who are out there to care and share.

I trust that fellow readers have appreciated that my world within is vulnerable and sacred, and that they would treat my sharings with due respect. So I offer my words of thanks here. Thanks for sharing my journey with me.

6 comments:

mistipurple said...

thank YOU for allowing us to accompany you on this journey. you must have too, without knowing, helped us along the way in our own search for life's destiny.

Calamity Man said...

i have a very high criteria on who i wanna link to my blog and yours is so you must know how much i treasure reading about you.

its been my pleasure.

Lora said...

I often stop by, but don't comment because in truth I know NOTHING about music, but I enjoy hearing your thought process and appreciate your trust.

pinkie said...

yup, agree with misti...

Calamity Man said...

oh yeah, i know nuts about music too but would love to attend a few concerts in the future. maybe i'll watch yours!

Simple American said...

I think any blogger of substance that attracts folks and gets linked or posts to other blogs has lurkers. You certainly have substance. Plus your trip to Scotland is sure to attract folks that like to learn of other places.

Actually you should not thank us for reading. But I thank you for writing.