It’s kind of strange – if you add in the “lost posts” from the first version of this blog, where what turns out to have been a stupid mistake on my part cost me a couple years’ worth of posts, I’ve been writing for a while without any real expectation that anyone reads anything I write. That’s probably why I let myself get away with sentences as long and as poorly formed as the one I just wrote.
However, I have found out recently that a few friends actually subscribe to my blog, one friend got mad at me because I didn’t tell her I had one, a former colleague commented on a post out of the blue, and a few other people I know here and there have apparently read a few posts now and then. Also, since I review my classes at the my business school here on my blog, people at the school whom I have never even met know me from those posts. Very, very scary indeed. I am actually accountable somewhat for what I say.
Debbie Schinker, who has her own blog that is quite good, as well, has been kind enough to read some of my recent writings, and has commented here and there. One comment in particular actually made me want to write another whole post in response. That’s one heckuva comment.
That’s coming up next.