Thanks for the Referral

Published January 6, 2016 by lynn k scott

Being a somewhat newbie blogger and only blogging for a little over a year, I received my “year in review” from Word Press.  I thought it was kinda cool.

Besides telling me my top 5 blog posts, it also told me how people found my blog.  Four of the options were from websites, but the fifth one was from a fellow blogger, Jason at Harsh Reality.

Ironically, Jason’s blog was the first blog I started following after I joined Word Press.  Back then, there loomed a promise of offending people. While he failed on that front, with me at least, his blog has been a refreshing view of reality that I continue to enjoy a year later.

If you have a moment, stop by, if you haven’t already, and tell him “HI” from the Pink Herald!

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