Elementary Art Lessons
I'm subscribed to your blog in my Feedly account. I know what you mean, I have not updated my blog for months.
If it comes up in my blog reading list I read it. :)
I read it through feedly... it shows 28 other people do the same!
I also read it through feedly. Although lately I feel like I'm blogging to a brick wall!
I hope it's not a thing of the past. I am noticing significantly less commenting lately though, which is kind of a bummer. I try to comment when something is meaningful to me.
I always read your posts when they come upon my blog roll! :)
I have wondered about this myself for my own blog. I read people's blogs but I'm finding that I spend more time elsewhere and doing things in real time as well (meaning less time doing online interactions).
I read through bloglovin'and was excited to see a post from you!
I'm glad you know that I visit your blog! I do agree though; very few people leave comments any more so it's hard to know you've been visited. I'm always surprised when I read my stats to see the number of visitors I've gotten, since only a couple actually leave a comment. But I'm still posting, plugging along, hoping it makes a difference to someone. I do miss the dialogue. I think readers are lazier lately and go for the instant gratification of Facebook.The art teacher Facebook page gets pretty lively sometimes, but I like the details of a blog post and the thought behind it better than the constant gripes on Facebook. Keep posting, my friend; we are reading! And check your stats to see how many visitors you've actually gotten.
I've been way behind on blogging and reading since baby #2 arrived... 6 months ago! I'm slowly getting back into the swing of things. :)
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