Almost two years ago I started writing this blog, quite unsure of where it might go, if I’d keep it up and how much I’d really be able to share. I had no real goals for it, besides being an outlet to share my story of losing Austin and our search for him, but also of my ongoing healing process.
Two days ago my blog hit a pretty big milestone, of having 10,000 page views (not counting my own, thank you). For any noteworthy blogs, that’s a number they hit each day, so I realize it’s a very small number really. But for me it’s big- it’s taken a lot of courage for me to write, and to ask others to read. Each time I write I begin to question if what I said has any value in being put out there, if I’ve revealed too much, if I’ve painted to rosy a picture, if I’ve said anything that might help anyone. So for someone have taken time to look at something I wrote, 10,000 times, means to me that this is worthwhile and may help someone as much as it helps me.
Thank you for reading, thank you for sharing, and thank you for encouraging me along the way. Thank you.
I’m starting to set some goals, and starting to look into promoting this little project. The views per post continue to grow, but if I’m to reach my real goal of sharing our story and our message of hope with a wider audience, I realize it takes more than just posting it. But without your support, I never would have the courage to start trying to promote it, so again- thank you.
I care much less about the 10,000 than I do about the 1- the 1 who may read something they needed to read that day. The 1 will always be my focus.
and p.s. for my friends who long surpassed my little milestone, tips are welcome!