Thank You WordPress for Crunching My Numbers!

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Hello everyone,

I am so delighted to receive the annual report from WordPress today and would like to thank you lovely folks again for being there for me! 🙂

Thank You WP1


Also, thank you so much, WordPress, and the wonderful staff who put together this beautiful report! I love the fireworks accompanied by the Happy New Year message! 🙂  I appreciate that very much!

Thank You WP2



Of course, this gives me another wonderful opportunity to give a big shout-out to all you amazing folks! 🙂 I really appreciate all the beautiful followers who came from all over the world (83 countries?!! I wish I could visit them all!) 🙂 More

I Couldn’t Be More Surprised! Thank You All!!

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Hello everyone,

I received a super wonderful surprise from all you lovely folks today! I don’t really know what to say, except thank you so very much! 🙂 Could life get any better than this? I mean, it meant so much to me and my friends on Post a Book, and it really made our day! 🙂

“So, what is it?” you ask, eager to find out what this is all about.

“Ain’t it nice that we  –” begins Andrew, but Becky cuts in excitedly.

“We got 1337 likes on both Post a Book and Teacup Talk! On the same day today?!!”

Diane raises her eyebrow and looks away from Becky, who is still jumping up and down with joy.

“Yeah, that’s, like, totally awesome, dude!” Logan grins and elbows George, who nods and pops a few pieces of bubble gum into his mouth.

“Which is very rare, folks,” adds Mark happily. He gives a thumbs-up. “I mean, what are the odds of getting the same number of likes on two different blogs on the same day, right?”

I quickly turn the camera away from my friends and point it directly at myself. It’s not that I’m impolite or anything, but they could go on and on, which I don’t think is a good idea. 😉 But they understand this because we’re only allowed a few minutes for this free commercial break. So I’m going to get to my point, if you don’t mind. 🙂 More

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