I wrote a post about online conversations and website engagement.
TL;DR - recieving emails is WAY better than having comments. 😊
Yesterday I got an email saying Scott Nesbitt has subscribed to my newsletter.
Probably means nothing to most people, but I love Scott’s work and it was his Weekly Musings that inspired me to start The Meta Letter. So to me, this means a lot.
If you haven’t checked out Scott’s newsletter - https://weeklymusings.net/
I’ve been introducing my son to #Minecraft. He comes home from school today and says “DAD! I FOUND AN EMERALD IN SCHOOL TODAY!”
No son, that’s a stone I’m afraid.
If you're a regular reader of my newsletter, would you do me a solid and email a short testimonial with what you think of it please?
If you're not subscribed and are interested, here's a link with more info:
Well, one has to support these guys if possible.
Me: go and pick it up and put it in the bin please.
He then goes and hovers over by the table for a bit… 🤔
Me: did you eat the poppadom?!
Me: the next words that come out of your mouth better be the truth! 😡
Him: yes. 😕
Why are kids so disgusting???
My youngest dropped a toy under the dining table, so goes to pick it up. I see his little mitt not only pick his toy up, but also reach for a piece of old food wedged under the leg as well (ewww).
He emerged and the conversation went like this:
Me: what was that you just picked up?
Him: my toy?
Me: no. The other thing.
Him: nothing? 🤷♂️
Me: did you just pick up some old food from the floor?! 🤮
Him: no! It wasn’t a poppadom! 😳
Me: 🤦♂️ where’s the poppadom?
Him: over there 👉
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