A quick word: Thank you all for writing to me; if it was not for the screwed up internet connection in the lab right now, I would have replied to all of you. Please leave me your email id because in some comments, it is impossible for me to find an email id to be able to write back to you. If your initial is "A" or "P" (I will not give out more details) and you have just commented, please let me know your email id, because I am unable to find one.
You can write to me at sunshinenjoy[at]gmail[dot]com
As a blogger with more than 5 years of blogging experience, the questions that always arouse my curiosity are- Who are my readers? How did they land up here? How long have they been reading me? What do they do in their life? Do they like what they read? What is it that they don’t like? What is it they wished they read?
Some of you comment once in a while, and I go back to your profiles to know you better. Some of you drop me an email every now and then, and I have become great friends with some of you that way. Some of you say a hi when you read something you resonate with. And some of you end up as anonymous readers. Yet whenever I go through my “Neocounter” (which is perhaps once every 30 minutes of my waking hours), I wonder who are these readers who left their footprints here. I know someone from Ann Arbor, Michigan, someone from North Carolina, and someone from Ohio drops by every now and then. And then there are people from Egypt, U.A.E., Belgium, and Spain who drop by as well. According to my blog, visitors from 158 countries have read me. Who are they and how did they end up here?
My blog is my comfort zone, where I write about anything and everything I want to. However, sometimes it feels like performing or lecturing in front of a room full of audience I cannot see, because the spotlights are on me. So if you feel comfortable enough and agree that what I am asking is reasonable, please drop me a line introducing yourself, and tell me how did you land up here and how long have you known me. You are welcome to write more if you want to. You can comment here, or you can write me an email. Whatever you write to me is strictly going to be confidential. Just come say a hi if you want to. Who knows, you might be the person who works in the adjacent lab and you haven’t yet figured out I am that person who takes the bus with you every morning.