Wednesday, January 4, 2012

Help Me Grow!


Photo of the Day: Twisting Tree
Minnesota
 As you can see, I'm trying to grow some changes to improve my blog. I've added a couple of pages and moved stuff around.

I feel it is important to try to be a well rounded person. Sometimes for people who work in law enforcement (especially a job where you don't work a shift and therefore bring your job home with you), it is easy for your life to revolve around work. I want to incorporate some of my other interests into this blog...reading, photography and art among others. Please feel free to add comments or make book suggestions. I'm always looking for a good read!

You have no idea how much I appreciate those of you who regularily follow my blog (as irregular as my blog has been). Reading your comments is the highlight of my day sometimes. I wish I could get a few more followers, though I am not quite sure how (hint hint).

Wishing all of you a great day!

Fish Cop

11 comments:

  1. I don't know if you're aware that I follow you too, as I usually read on Google Reader. You might have more than you think!

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  2. I have to echo Jules's sentiments here. I know we can access stats, but the numbers don't say how much your readers are enjoying the posts. I certainly do ... even if human behavior is sometimes too distressing to contemplate. I'm always grateful that people like you exist.

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  3. Best thing I can say is to just keep banging away. Seriously, it doesn't always have to be epic, gut wrenching, or hilarious. Just keep the content coming.

    The other thing that works is to reach out to other bloggers in related topics (hunting, outdoors, law enforcement). Drop them a note or a comment with an offer to link up via blog roll, and maybe do a post with links back to their content. Most bloggers will return the favor.

    Just some thoughts... it's tough to get things rolling, and even harder to keep it rolling when it feels really slow. People are still reading, even when they're not commenting.

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  4. Great photo! Is it from the Boundary Waters by any chance?

    JJ
    http://thehundredlittledramas.typepad.com/

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  5. JJ-
    It was taken at one of those state parks near Grand Marais (I can't remember which one). The Boundary Waters is one of my FAVORITE places in the world!

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  6. I look forward to reading more posts from you. As a female LEO in an agency that is specialized, I feel we might have some things in common. As far as book suggestions, my book review blog might offer some new ideas. (Hint hint) :)

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  7. Glad you are back to Blogging!
    Check out Dava Sobel. I just finished her Longitude book for the third time and am currently reading about Copernicus. VERY interesting reads and (GASP!) I learn stuff!
    Hope Maple is doing well!

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  8. Hello, I have just discovered how to comment. I have been following you since I subscribed and laughed and cried at your posts. I love your posts they are wonderful. Pictures are awesome as well. It is nice to see diggerent parts of the country, especially green!! Not much here.
    You do an awesome job. Stay safe.

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  9. Thank you Brenda...that means so much to me. I'm glad you follow and hope you continue to do so!

    And Flylink- I'm adding those to my list. I suppose I can handle learning something now and then.

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