Tuesday, March 28, 2006

I Wasn't Going to Say Anything...

But all of Mom's treatment and rehab time taught me it's important to celebrate all the little accomplishments.
Kid Sis in Hollywood.com hit 50,000 yesterday.

Thanks to all my longterm readers the past fourteen months, and the new ones catching up. Even the snarky ones who don't read enough of the blog to realize it's about a book about cancer. I'm counting every one of you readers, because if you didn't love me, you wouldn't come back every day for more.

A special, huge hug to all the amazing survivors and caregivers out there who supported me during Mom's hopsitalization and death. Many of you virtual friends are as dear to me as my humanoid ones.

11 comments:

Lynda said...

Congratulations! I haven't tried to catch up, I am just starting where I picked up on your blog.

Keep up the good work. It is people like you who can help others who struggle with this disease.

Lynne said...

wow, that many!!! HUGE!


I love you Lis!

Lynne said...

wow, that many???

good job!

I love you Lis!

Meg said...

50k!!! Sounds like another reason for a Vegas-style celebration to me. ;)

Meg said...

50k! Sounds like another reason for a Vegas-style celebration to me! ;)

Kid Sis said...

Three of my favorite people! Thank you!

Heidi said...

Yahoo! I'm up to nearly 250. Someday I'll be as cool as you. Keep up the awesome sharing and insights. Also, LOVE the pole pic. ;)

Kid Sis said...

Hey man, it's just a number. You're already as cool.

Kid Sis said...

Heidi and Lynda, I'm realizing you missed out on the Chrome Pole of Death incident. Really, superiour laughs held at my expense.

Okay, so start at August 30th and read the posts backwards in the order they were actually posted.

Then scroll to the last post here, and you'll understand the genesis of the cartoon, and just what level of support I'm dealing with in my biological and blogging family. :)

Rex Ferric said...

I was going to take exception to being excluded from being 'humanoid', until I remembered the immortal words of Gerald Ford from Watchmen: "That's okay. Nobody's human..."

MIMBlogger said...

Ya know, upside-down, that cartoon could also be viewed as a hilarious mis-interpretation of an S Factor move.

"OK, so I grip the pole and swing myself up... OW! BLEEP!"

Late congrats on the milestone!

MIM