Friday, February 17, 2012

Many Thanks To Those Of You Who Come To Peer Through My Windshield

While Ed was driving through New Jersey, I was looking at the setting sun through the windshield and thinking. My thoughts were about my readers and how thankful I am to have people out there who take the time to stop by my blog.

Even if I only post a picture, I know you're looking at it. Even if you don't comment, I know you're reading. And it's great - great because I know that there are people out there who come here to see what I've posted and that makes me feel wonderful.

So I want to say a big THANK YOU to all of you, wherever you are. I love when you comment but I love just as much knowing you're lurking. I'm incredibly overjoyed when one of you writes to me - to ask a question, make a personal comment or sometimes to tell me I've inspired you to do something - cook, travel, explore. Whatever it is, I'm always thrilled to hear it.

Sometimes there's not much going on to write about, sometimes I only have time to sleep and take a picture. But whatever it might be, thanks again for inspiring me to keep producing content, no matter what it might be, for the seventh year in a row.

Keep it up! And know that you're VERY appreciated!


Anonymous said...

Thank you for having this blog. I have been a lurker for a couple of years. I come here almost daily to see your updates. Keep it up. YOU ROCK!!

M.T. in MO

ELH said...

Salena, I think we're the fortunate and Ed bring us along on your travel adventures,I know you're working,but the stories,pics,and views you share with us is truely wonderful,and we're all glad you both do so..yes, you've inspired many..(the plums) although they're mia,along with others who dream of becoming own/ops....I do hope someday you both consider writing a book on how to make the transition to own/ops..your wealth of experience and knowledge would benefit those future ops greatly..
anyway, thanks for sharing your lifes stories and adventures with us.

Don Olney said...

Nicely said as always!

Scott said...

thanks for the blog!