To Post or Not to Post

I wanted to develop a really cool blog, but I didn’t get too much feedback and so I just let it drift away.

So cool. A family of 9 plus 2 spouses and 1 baby on the way, get to go to Panama and see monkeys in the rain forest.

The family is growing and changing so quickly and our lives are so fun and interesting. Maybe I’ll try again.


About Sue Thomson

I am the wife to an amazing Man, a home school Mom of 9 children. I am a business woman who believes in 'never give up'. I appreciate accomplishment. I love beauty, and most of all I am grateful to God for my Life. Words are tools, created to love and edify. When your conversation is full of encouragement, it's like giving someone a gift and compliments are like the 'Ribbon on Top' of that gift. I will share some of my life with you and hope to add value to your life.
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3 Responses to To Post or Not to Post

  1. After starting to write my blog in September of 2008, I would have had long periods of time where I would pour myself into something I wrote and say to myself that “this will get some attention from some readers” only to write and have no one or few read it. I wanted to quit so many times… now 311,000 visitors later, I have realized that it takes time to build a following. It takes time for people to find you. So far in 2012, I have had more readers than all of 2008, 09 and 2010 combined. But that doesn’t matter because I will let you in on a secret… After trying to find an audience to read my “stuff”… I have come to an amazing conclusion. I never really was writing for “them” anyway, I was writing for me and my family. The value of what you post will be found in the future when your children will find your blog and see the content of your words and pictures. Keep writing… don’t quit. Leave a portion of your legacy in the memories of the words you write. I for one will keep on reading and writing.

    Stay the course…
    David Michael Lee

  2. Heather Russell says:

    Before I read David’s response I was thinking that this is like leaving a scrapbook for yourself and family to look at all through the years and seasons of their life and the best part about it is that it also contains your thoughts and feelings as well…something scrapbooks don’t.

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