In the early days, I wondered, should I blog about my recent abuse experiences, or just stick to book reviews? Is it too personal?
But then there are days like this one: In my Statcounter, I see not one, but TWO people connecting with my blog posts. And every once in a while, I see others going through my posts, sometimes even subscribing.
Even after the ANA traffic died down, I’ve been getting well over 100 hits a day. 🙂 (And now I have 11 subscribers.) I see repeat visitors all the time. The abuse victim described in one of my posts, about a local court case, even found the post and was touched by it.
And that tells me that these posts are worthwhile, that there are others out there who are looking for blogs like these, for that human connection even through a computer, with someone else in the same circumstance.
And that tells me to keep my blog up, keep these posts up even after I stop writing about the Richard/Tracy situation.
It makes it all worth it, even with Richard and Tracy’s threats and intimidation and all they’ve put me through over the years. It means my blog really is making a difference.