Well, it’s time for the least interesting kind of post, the day-after-a-big-post post. Yesterday was my highest traffic day ever – more than double the old record, in fact. I know that means very little to anyone but me, but it makes me happy, so I’m saying thanks.
Thanks to everyone who shared on Twitter, Reddit and Facebook. (I had more Facebook shares yesterday than I have Facebook friends.) Thanks to Towleroad and AfterElton. Thanks to everyone who blogged me or shared me in ways I don’t even know about or understand. As I say all the time, social networking is the #1 way I reach new readers, so if you like something you read here, please spread it around.
Welcome to the new subscribers, followers and Facebook likers. (For the rest of you, I hope you’ll consider subscribing by entering your email in the right-hand column – or like me on Facebook and/or follow me on Twitter. The content is slightly different on each platform.) Note that this blog very recently underwent a name change. Until last week, it was called “Where Do Gaybies Come From?”, so you may see that name in some places, like on Facebook, but don’t worry. It’s the same blog.
Also, check out that snazzy new slider at the top of the page. It’ll direct you to a few of my more popular posts.
Once again, I’m sorry I fell behind in comment replies. I usually like to respond to everyone individually, so I hope you’ll forgive this blanket reply instead. I’ve read everything you’ve written – yes, even the criticism, and I’m glad that my blog has provoked some discussion. Special thanks to those of you who had my back.
FYI the picture above is of Sutton devouring the world’s tiniest ice cream cone last night. It doesn’t really fit with the theme of this post, because she wouldn’t have shared it for a million dollars. But I liked it, and every post needs a picture, so there it is.
The looks on her face tells me that she would have been in great opposition of sharing. Hahaha.
And yesterday’s post was GREAT. You deserve all the sharing you can handle!
Dude, that was a fantastic post! Certainly worthy of sharing! Good for you!
My 14 year old son thinks Sutton is great! I showed him Sutton’s Doll collection and it made him laugh. In fact I showed everyone in my family that blog! My younger son would think like her as he is not into sharing ice cream!
I wondered where this new look was coming from…!! It was super slick! I’m totally in love with it!!
Thanks, glad you like it!