I do not know how many people read this blog. When I started writing here, I was told that I would get thousands of readers. Again, I don’t know how many people read this, but if it’s thousands, then I am not a good writer. You would think that if thousands of people read this, then the last comment that this blog got wouldn’t have been years ago to a post someone wrote about Jennifer Aniston being Jewish (which she is not).
If you read this blog, and you are not the parents of any of the bloggers, please let us know, because we are losing faith that anything we write is being read. It’s almost as if I am writing to myself. My mom said I should change my blogging picture, but I am pretty sure that I look similar in any picture of myself. In fact, any picture taken of me over the past seven years looks strikingly similarly like myself.
If you are reading this, please go to my JDate profile and let me know. You don’t even have to be a girl. If I receive an anonymous flirt that is obviously from someone that doesn’t have a subscription and says something like “How is it that you haven’t been snatched up yet?” I will be perfectly happy. I will let the other JDate Bloggers know of any encounters that I make with the rest of the world.
All of the bloggers on here are extremely talented and passionate about what they say. From the dating experts, who actually do get readers, to the simple JDaters® that are fortunate enough to write on this site, we are all just looking for some kind of contact. We often spill our souls to strangers in the vain hope that somebody has had a shared or similar experience. If I knew that one person read what I wrote, and it made them laugh or cry, or even feel angry, vengeful, or cynical, I would be extremely happy. Shower in the sequence of sorrows that is my life.
Is there a way to keep track of blogs like this one?