What I “Like” About You

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More than likely, we met through a WordPress challenge.

Or I stumbled onto your blog through a mention from another blogger I follow.

Or we met on Twitter because I am such an expert at tweeting (yes, that was sarcasm).

I am still amazed at how much we have in common when it comes to our thoughts, feelings and lives as writers, even though our opinions and struggles may differ at times.

Though “life” happens and sometimes gets in the way of keeping up with all of your wonderful posts, I try my best to keep reading as often as I can.

I receive all of your blog posts on a weekly basis and as part of the WP Weekly Digest so that I have great reading material for the entire week while I’m on the treadmill – the reason why you may notice a number of “likes” one right after the other on your posts.

I would love to comment on all the posts I read but when on a large moving object, that’s proven to be a little tricky (and dangerous).

So just know this – if I “liked” it, it’s because I enjoyed it.

What’s the message of my post today?

Simply to say that I’ve got nothing but love for your posts and to keep on blogging on!

©2016 Marquessa Matthews. All Rights Reserved.

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18 thoughts on “What I “Like” About You

  1. Awww, that is so lovely! 🙂 I always smile when I see you’ve popped by for a visit. I have so many things to draw from for your guest blogging challenge…but the words aren’t flowing yet. Just having you pop by regularly is keeping it at the forefront of my mind though. Thank you for the encouragement! x

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