I admit it, I am Imperfect Happiness‘s stalker.
Here is the embarrassing evidence:
- I am friends with her on Facebook (and irl (squee!), although she moved too far away for me to stalk her for real.)
- I share her posts on my Facebook page and comment on hers
- I follow her blog in WordPress and Google Reader to make sure I read her posts right away.
- In case those don’t keep me covered, I fanned the IP Facebook page
- I comment on all of her posts. And she writes one every day.
- I tweet her posts and she’s not even on twitter. (Why isn’t she on twitter?!)
- Updated: Now she’s on twitter
- Here’s the clincher: I actually set a limit on how often I interact with her blog because I don’t want to seem stalker-y
Why do I stalk IP? Because of the writing. Her words provoke inner reflection in the reader to become outward expression. I have never left her blog without something new to think about, and I am including the occasional recipe post.
So, catch her before she puts a restraining order out against the entire internetz. You can say, “I read her back when…” And leave her some comment love while you’re there. You know bloggers adore the comment love (just don’t tell her I sent you.)
In case you missed those links:
Do you follow a blog that is stalk-worthy? I’d love to hear from you
This post is totally unsolicited, of course. In fact, if I know IP, like only a blog stalker can, she would be embarrassed to know I was writing this. But, I had to. IP is that good.
Please note that this post is in no way meant to make light of real cyberstalking, which I know is a very serious issue. I hope that it is taken in the spirit of lightness that it is intended.
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