Exactly 365 days ago, on a whim after a long coffee/writing date with a friend, A Super Girl was born.
I’ve visited a strip club for the first time — and ended up on stage.
I’ve survived the economic downtown (for now).
Through it all, you’ve been there (here?). Offering a comment of support, or simply reading and sending positive thoughts.
When I started this thing, I had high hopes of becoming “Internet famous”. After all, when you start publishing your work, isn’t that one of the reasons you do so?
A year later, I’m not so famous. My readership has increased, but only slightly. My piece of the Internet is a small piece, but it’s a comfortable piece. I know what it takes to be famous, but quite honestly? I just don’t have that kind of energy. I’m satisfied with this little blog and am so happy to have “met” all the people I have.
But I know I haven’t met all of you. Maybe you’re lurking in the corner, taking something away from the blogs I write, but never feeling motivated to say anything.
So in honor of a year of talking about myself to the vast Interwebs, here’s your chance. As you’ve read about the super fabulous life of this super girl, what’s been missing? What burning questions about me have you wondered? OK, maybe you’ve never wondered anything. Either way, make something up. Because I’m a comment whore like that.
Whether you comment on every post or have never stepped out of the corner, it’s an un-official de-lurking day up in here.
Gimme your best questions and I’ll give you my best answers.