Who reads this anyway?

I’m really proud of myself for all the blogging I’ve done this summer, especially after I fell off the earth last semester. My goal was to write about my adventures without just regurgitating what I did. I hoped to keep a log of my experience and also share my thoughts and feelings, letting people into my head and processing my summer in New York along the way.

And I think I’ve done that. There are a lot of new pages on the site, and I’ve shared a lot.

I’m also approaching 8,000 hits, and many, many of those came from this summer’s posts. Which brings me to a good question: Who is reading?

I want to know. Because even my mom can’t visit my site that much, and — being serious now — it really means a lot to me that people are interested in me or care about me enough to read what I have to say.

So if you read — even if you just skim first paragraphs — please tell  me. Comment here or send me an e-mail or write on my Facebook wall. And if we haven’t been in touch, give me an update on you. Because I’m interested, too.

I’m almost done writing about New York. Now I want to hear from you.

  1. Elizabeth Zelz

    I’ve been reading! I think it’s so crazy that we are growing up and I’m really curious about your life in the real world! 🙂

  2. I read this because I forget who you are otherwise.
    this is erin, btw., too lazy to log out of my own blog.

  3. I don’t read it regularly, but if a headline from Facebook catches my attention I’ll take a look. I’ve read 2 or 3 posts over the summer.

  4. I’ve been reading all summer! I’ve never been to New York, and hearing about your adventures was very interesting. Good job!

  5. Peggy Lawrence

    Hi Amy, I’ve been reading your blog faithfully all summer (and before that, as well). I’ve also tried to keep up printing it out for Grandma and Grandpa. They have thoroughly enjoyed it. I spent my Junior year of college in Bonn, Germany (seems just a few years ago). I attended the University and lived with a family of 3 girls all my age. I know how important and memorable your summer adventures are to you now and in the future. I understand too how ‘peoplesick’ feels. We are all very proud of you.

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