Wednesday, November 18

Keep on 'hitting' me!

Over night when I was fast asleep my blog reached 100,000 hits! And I'm incredibly excited about that.

When I started this blog back in May I was so worried that no-one would read it, let alone comment on it. And I was a lil afraid I'd give up this blogging lark after just a few days!

But back then I didn't realise how addicted I'd get to writing. And certainly never considered how good it would be for me to have an outlet to order and process my thoughts. I have to admit that I really love my lil blog and so thrilled so many of you like it too.

So thanks for all your comments and support and I hope you stay with me, I'm not blogged out yet!

Here's a lil pic of one of my latest canings to enjoy. Want to guess who painted those lovely lines across my bottom?


Indy said...


Karl Friedrich Gauss said...

Nice to see you're setting a good example for Graham, Emma Jane

Master Retep said...


Casey's Belly said...

I wish it had been me! A very nice job, thoroughly carried out - by a real aficionado, I would say - thank you for sharing, Emma Jane.

Cerys said...

What a lovely picture - and what a great bum!

Thanks for sharing....... and lots of kisses on the bottom!

Paul said...

EmmaJane, you write an excellent blog, it's a pleasure to read.
Might I suggest that it was the not so unstable Abel, who laid those lovely tracks across your beautiful derrière.
Keep on writing dear girl.
Warm hugs,

Hermione said...

Congratulations on becoming a member of the 100,000 club! Here's to many, many more hits.


PaulaK said...


Your blog is compulsive reading, and so I don't think you should be all that surprised that you have so many readers. Nevertheless, nearly 500 a day is quite an achievement. Well done and keep up the good work. I'm sure many of readers very much enjoy the observations, reports and musings on the activities you get up to!



Kaiser said...

Congratulations, and I hope the next 100,000 will be as interesting.

On a side note, does anyone else see Rorschach-like patterns on backsides?

I see... Oklahoma and a coffee mug.