5k Q&A – Ask Me Your Questions!

As I’ve written about before, growth here on the old WordPress has certainly slowed down but I managed to reach 5,000 WordPress followers and I’m so happy to have you all here! I’ve been blogging for some time, and some people have been around close to the beginning, but some of you are brand new!

So, I’d like to do a Q&A blog to celebrate 5,000 followers and so you can all get to know me a little more.

Drop your questions in the comments! You can ask about me, my career, my boyfriend, my dog, ask questions for my boyfriend to answer, ask me for advice – ask me anything!

15 thoughts on “5k Q&A – Ask Me Your Questions!

  1. Amazing milestone! Was going to ask you what tip you had for growing your blog or getting to your 5k, but since that’s already asked, I guess I’ll go with the next best thing: What are the three most important lessons you’ve learned along your journey?

    Wishing you many more milestones to come!

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  2. I believe I remember that you said once that you and your boyfriend had been together for a long time, and you lived together, so you were basically married without the title. Is there a reason you haven’t gotten married? (I’m just curious, I don’t intend to pass judgment.)


  3. Holy cow–5,000!!

    Do you have any hidden talents?
    Have you ever had a near death experience? If so, explain.
    How many tattoos do you have and are you planning on getting another one any time soon?

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  4. Congratulations on 5000 followers!

    What is something your dog does that cheers you up? Have you ever travelled to a place that didn’t live up to your expectations?

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