The father face when he realized that no little kid was in that spiderman custom. Priceless.
800+ followers that’s some pretty kool stuff man. I started this blog in 2018 and I didn’t start really taking it serious until January 2019. I remember doing some research on blogging and I came across a video that said most beginning bloggers tap out before the reach 50 post. I said dang. That’s the life expectancy of a beginning blogger 50 post. Might I remind you that I was only at 10 post and 11 followers at the time. I don’t even remember anything else that the person said on the video. I spaced out at beginning bloggers tapping out at 50 post. I said “I don’t who he think he’s talking to but I ain’t tapping out.” So I took the challenge of surviving and man 800+ wonderful followers and 400+ post later. Ya boy is still here. But there’s more to do. I’m still climbing those steps and there’s more to learn. So I just want to say thanks. Also I know most of you leave me comments on my post. Sorry that I get them answering them like 17hrs later. I do this thing where I’m up at night just enjoying being off of work. So I’m chilling doing what I love. Writing content, raiding the refrigerator, binge watching YouTube, quora. After I post I normally knock out so I can go back to work later on that same day in the afternoon. I know I’m terrible at replying back. So I’m not dodging anybody. Your support through comments, likes, subscribing and etc really means alot to me. 2) I am very introverted so I am still trying to cope with the fact that people really like my content and are invested in what I have to say through writing. So sometimes I don’t even know what to say back. That’s why you may get a smiley face or three yellow thumbs up or a definitely, facts, appreciate it or no problemo anytime anytime. I put so much thought, feeling and emotion into the writing that when it comes to the response I’m honestly shocked and touched. But it means alot to me. I just catch me off guard and my replies be dull. But once again thank you.
Your potential is the lock and excuses isn’t the key.