To My Dear Readers

I always wonder what your experience is like reading my blog. Most of you are a mystery to me. I would like to know so much more about you. Who you are? What draws you in? What brings you back? Most of all, I’m curious to know: What posts resonate with you? What topics would you be interested in hearing more on? What would you be interested in hearing less of? Would you like me to include more visuals (photos, media, etc)? Would you like me to discuss religion more? Philosophy more? Or art? Or literature? Or life? Is there something I could do to make my site more user friendly?

Though I must confess that in part this is for me, that it’s cathartic for me to bear my soul, to be held accountable by the thoughts and words I share with you, it is also for you. I write hoping that some shred of my honesty will help you to be honest. That some part of my story will illuminate your story. That some wisdom I’ve learned will help you live more wisely.That as you become acquainted with me, I might become acquainted with you.

I want you to know that I am so grateful for every one of you who leaves a comment. Even if I do not respond, know that I read all of them. If I could Like them, I’d Like each one. I soak in your words and remember them. You make me smile, you make me laugh and sometimes you inspire me.

So, please, let me hear from you. While I’ve got lots of thoughts in my head begging to be shared, I’d like to know which ones you most want to hear.

Very Sincerely,

Lindsey Renee

“I love words. I love to sing them and speak them and even now, I must admit, I have fallen into the joy of writing them.”  –  Anne Rice

One thought on “To My Dear Readers

  1. “I write hoping that some shred of my honesty will help you to be honest. That some part of my story will illuminate your story. That some wisdom I’ve learned will help you live more wisely.”
    That sums up why I read what you write. I read it because I feel that I always glean something from it, whether it be inspiration, wisdom, or honesty. Sometimes its just the beauty of how you put your words together, or some idea that you express that I never thought about before.

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