Thursday, 30 April 2015

The diversity of blogland

I follow quite a few blogs, all are some form of ttwd, but as we know thats a broad spectrum, but what i enjoy is the diversity, and for the most part even though im sure my blog, or rather some of the posts i write are not to everyones tastes, i like that even then people are accepting, and i appreciate that.

So, i follow a blogger, Kathy and reading her latest post and commenting she subsequently kindly suggested  i could re-post here, all or part of her post.

There used to be bloggers that did a follow me Friday, they since no longer blog, and no im not taking up that mantle lol

But it is a good way to come across new blogs, but also to encourage new bloggers to interact more, because it can be quite daunting starting out....so anyway to the point... Kathy's post "Say hello"

"Sometimes I don't know what to say. Sometimes other bloggers don't know what to say. Sometimes we speak from our heart, sometimes we speak of our passion for our husbands. Right now many of the DD/ttwd blogs are stagnant. So I am turning to my lurkers to encourage comments/questions (respectful and non-invasive) to pose to their favorite bloggers. Let them know you are reading what they say, let them know when you can empathize and understand whatever it is you relate to within yourself.

Interaction is so critical to keeping the DD/ttwd blogs going. We bloggers all know we could just buy a diary and write the personal details of our lives there. But, instead we broadcast intimate details to the world in hopes we are able to feel connected to others like us, or that we make some of you thinking about DD/ttwd take a step and tell your partner your desires.

So if you are reading this, go take a moment to tell a favorite blogger you like their blog, or ask a question, or simply say something funny. It doesn't matter what you say (respectfully), as long as it is a positive interaction."

24 comments:

  1. Still so low it is driving me mad..lol

    Okay, Tori here is my question: What is the most embarrassing moment before/during/after (just one is fine), sex you can remember?

    Hugs,
    Kathy

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    1. Give it time lol, although yes there is a lag at the moment, hopefully its just temporary.

      I shall get to your question soon, probably after the weekend.

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  2. Thanks for sharing Tori and Kathy. For the past week I haven't felt like blogging until last night. My head just wasn't into it - perhaps it was because my head was spinning due to so many other things. I think we all have those moments but it's always enjoyable seeing what others have to say. Hugs. K

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    1. Thank you

      I go through phases myself, im either all out blogging a lot, or i can go weeks lol

      But yes its always nice to see what someone has to say.

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  3. I agree, the interaction, the community, is so important. So thanks Tori and Kathy!

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    1. It is, and its what keeps this 'community' going, its good to interact.

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  4. I do love the interaction and diversity. Great post, to you and Kathy.

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    1. Me too, so im all for promoting it.

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  5. This is great Tori and Kathy, thank you for sharing. I love the fact that we are all different in what ttwd means for us, and in our vanilla life also and think we also learn a lot from each other.

    Hugs
    Roz

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    1. Thanks Roz

      Yes i enjoy the differences, and that people are accepting of one another even when its clear that the relationships are vastly different sometimes.

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  6. I really enjoy the sharing and feeling like there is some online blogger community here too. I try to leave comments frequently because I know how much enjoy getting them.

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    1. Yes i like that is does have a community feel, i always read blogs i follow even though i might not comment all the time, but i try to comment regularly to those that i do follow.

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  7. For me the blogs are a great source of information. Not the ones form a book, but all your adventures I love. I also like the diversity of people here.
    I have respect for each one of you.

    Love
    ara

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    1. Yes that is a good point, also i like hearing peoples experiences, etc.....can always learn something new i think.

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  8. I love my blog friends! Each and every one of them has a different story to tell, but all of them have one thing in common ... grace and class!

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    1. Me too! i like all the different story's, its a great place to be a part of.

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  9. Ahh, the interaction...I really do need to spend more time in Blogland...

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  10. Great post tori and Kathy. The interaction is important as is valuing the things we have in common and those that are special to our own lives and relationships.

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    1. thanks julie, the interaction is important, its just nice to know there are people out there that one can relate to.

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  11. Comments are really what keep me going. Views help, but I'd rather get one comment and lose a bunch of views, than have hundreds of more views and no comments.

    Speaking of questions, I was wondering the other day what it was like when you two moved in together...what was that transition like? I imagine it must have been very exciting, but were you totally freaked out? Lol. If it was me...talk about over-thinking!!



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    1. hi ya Misty

      Yeah comments are always nice.

      Well, we had been together a couple of years before moving in, spent a lot of weekends together to get an idea of if this is what we wanted.

      It was exciting but yeah nervous, a big transition but it was just mostly a sense of....yeah..this is it..this is what i want!

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  12. This is lovely.
    And sometimes, it is what I miss about being apart of Blogland openly. I used to love the follow Friday spots.

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