Lastly for today-- a few weeks ago (maybe two months ago? I'm too lazy to check the actual date) I wrote that I was having problems with spammers from Chennai, India. They harassed me DAILY. They usually left their stupid spam comments in the overnight hours. It got so bad that I "turned off" the comments section when I'd go to bed at night and then turn them back on in the morning. It made me sad (and mad) to do so because it meant that people couldn't leave any comments at all. And I love getting comments! It's positive reinforcement from strangers! What's not to love? Anyway, I hope I'm not jinxing myself, but the Chennai spammers haven't bothered me for a week now. I suppose they've found new victims. I'm going to try keeping the comments section open at night at see what happens. So if you ever have insomnia and feel like sharing your thoughts at three in the morning, feel free to do so. I mean, any time of the day is fine as well. According to my web statistics, the majority of my readers are returning visitors. If you've ever wanted to just say "hey" please do so. I'd be glad to make your acquaintance.
Also, I wanted to mention that my absolute favorite blog is "The Bloggess" (Jenny Lawson). I didn't start commenting on her posts until about a year ago. I was in awe of all the funny comments that other people left. I was afraid I would leave a comment and she would reply something like, "Ugh, get off my website you unfunny person! You're ruining everything!". Of course she would never say that. Anyway, I was beyond thrilled when she responded to me several times on her website; she's retweeted me a few times on Twitter as well. I don't know why I waited so long to reach out to her. She is one of my favorite people though we've never met in person (yet). This is yet another reason why the internet is so awesome. We're able to find like-minded people as well as images of donkeys with dreadlocks. We live in a wondrous time.