But who were you?
Why would you care about my little blog?
I went and checked you out.
Spending time on your blog,
reading your posts and finding out “about” you.
Then the next day you didn’t call.
Days and weeks passed,
still no contact.
I made contact with you on your blog,
and you replied,
but never showed the same affection.
Why did you dump me?
Was I no longer awesome?
I wiped my tears,
and decided to move on.
But I was curious.
I began to see you everywhere.
You “liked” so many others.
I checked freshly pressed topics.
Oh my goodness you liked every single post.
It wasn’t me, it was you!
You were marketing your blog.
Fair play to you,
but what was in it for me?
Why would our relationship be,
that I read you, but you never read me?
And more embarrasing was the fact,
I had fallen for this more than once.
So a lesson learned,
I am needy, and like to be liked.
However if you introduce yourself to me,
and never again call,
I might very well unfollow you.
But then again I might not,
because sadly I must admit,
I do really “like” some of your blogs.
I just wish wordpress would change that “like” button.
So you can only really “like”,
if you click on the site.
And I also wish they would add a,
“check me out” button,
so we can truly know if we are “liked”.
In fact as well as wordpress,
wouldn’t it be great,
if Jesus, or whoever you believe in,
could work on a similar button,
for future generations to use whilst dating.