It Still Takes A Blogosphere

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Yes, Cordelia, bloggers can be friends even if they’ve never met!

(I know you know that, but it makes a nice first sentence, doesn’t it?)

Imagine my surprise upon returning home from work on Friday, when my husband handed me an envelope that had come in the mail that day.  He commented, “Malaysia?  Who do we know in Malaysia?”

I knew immediately who it was from! Pat, the writer of the blog, New Bloggy Cat, is in Malaysia!  How on earth did she find my home address?

(I’m not sure I want to know the answer to that … is it that easy to find me in today’s digital world?  Don’t answer that, Archon, I’m not sure I want to know how you did it, either!)

And, how on earth did the mail carrier figure out who Cordelia’s Mom is?   The envelope did not have my real name on it!

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It’s so special to receive something unexpected, isn’t it?    Pat tells me her kids helped draw the pictures in the card – don’t you just  love the one of Puppy Cody?  I know I do!

I can hardly wait to open and use the little sticky notes – something tells me that Bob T. Panda is going to getting a card from me just so I can use the panda post-its!

Pat – you are a very special lady, and you have made me feel extra special, too.  We live on opposite sides of the earth and never would have known of each other’s existence were it not for the blogosphere.

That is true of most of us here on WordPress.  We have hundreds or thousands of readers, and we read hundreds or thousands of other bloggers’ posts.  Many of us keep a low personal profile, and many of us use pseudonyms.  But despite that, every once in awhile, we connect with a few other bloggers.  We comment on each others’ posts, we email each other – sometimes, we even manage to meet each other in person!  (click here, and here, and here)

It’s an awesome world we live in, isn’t it?  And it seems to get smaller day by day.  I believe that’s a good thing – don’t you?

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I love to hear from my readers. You may comment on this post, comment on my Facebook or Twitter pages, or email me at cordeliasmom2012@yahoo.com

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Images by Cordelia’s Mom

 

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32 Responses to It Still Takes A Blogosphere

  1. Dan Antion says:

    I have only met a couple of people in person, but I cherish the friendships I’ve made in this community.

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  2. Ahh, what a great tale! 🙂

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  3. Victo Dolore says:

    How cool is that? 🙂

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  4. Thanks for this lovely post, CM. My 5-year old is so thrilled to see the card on your blog. Yes, we live many miles apart but we can still be friends and stay connected. And that’s the joy we get from blogging. Cheers, NBC ω(=^・^=)ω

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  5. joey says:

    It IS a good thing and that’s fantastic! I love happy mail! 🙂

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  6. GeorgieMoon says:

    What a lovely thing to happen! Isn’t it nice when something like that brightens your day.

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  7. willowdot21 says:

    What a beautiful surprise!!

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  8. Reblogged this on HarsH ReaLiTy and commented:
    It is very cool when we meet and connect through the blogosphere! -OM
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  9. Just Plain Ol' Vic says:

    I haven’t met anyone in person yet but I think that would be very cool!

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  10. Yes, as soon as I saw the panda post its, I was going to “suggest” you send “some” to me. 🐼🐼🐼🐼🐼🐼🐼🐼🐼 Bob T. On Sat, Feb 11, 2017 at 3:59 PM Cordelia’s Mom, Still wrote:

    > cordeliasmom2012 posted: ” Yes, Cordelia, bloggers can be friends even if > they’ve never met! (I know you know that, but it makes a nice first > sentence, doesn’t it?) Imagine my surprise upon returning home from work on > Friday, when my husband handed me an envelope that had com” >

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  11. Vicky V says:

    That’s wonderful!

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  12. Archon's Den says:

    What a lovely surprise. 😀
    As far as how I ‘accidently’ bumped into your home address – Sergeant Schultz insists that ‘I know nothing! Nothing!

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