Monday, February 1, 2010

Blog Anniversary

Today is the 3rd anniversary of my blog. So I celebrated it with a windy walk before the rain comes in tonight. I started the blog with the hope of 1)showing you a bit of our little slice of paradise 2)keeping to my walking program 3)entertaining you (and me) a little bit each day. So... I've mostly kept my end of the bargain, but I want to know what you think. Is there something that you'd like to see more, or less, of? Has it been helpful in your vacation decision-making process? Have you learned anything? Would you prefer that I mix it up to include recipes, upcoming events, more guest photos, etc? Do you have a favorite blog post or photo? I'd really appreciate the feedback. Anyone who comments will be entered into a drawing for a free night at Fairbanks House. And there will be five more winners of $50 gift certificates. I'd really prefer the comments to be attached to the blog but if you're too shy, please e-mail me at email@fairbankshouse.com. I thank you all for your readership and I especially thank my regular readers - and "comment-leavers". Let's hear it! I'm going to have a beer now. Cheers!


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P.S. And if you don't care to comment for whatever reason, at least take the poll(s) at the left. Thanks.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Hi Theresa,
I'm catching up on your blog and saw this post asking for feedback so here it is:
1) Rob and I love your blog. We feel like we're in Amelia with you because of your descriptive writing and pictures.
2) LOVE the pictures. They tell a story all by themselves.
3) Appreciate the length of posts. Not too long - just enough copy to describe what's going on. Any longer and I think people would start to tune out.

So far I've posted all "good" feedback. I can't think of anything constructive other than it's hard to keep up with a daily blog. You could probably get away with only 1-2 posts per week.

To answer your other questions:
Yes, the blog is helpful for vacation decision making (and relocation decision making), you could include a recipe from time to time (maybe recipe of the month), there already is a link on the website for upcoming events so I'd leave those out of the blog, and I'd continue the current mix of pictures - mostly of what you see and occasionally of guests. I find the pictures of the community more interesting unless the guest is someone I know or of another guest doing something really fun or funny.

Finally, my favorite blog are the ones about Billy (or any pet). I'm a pet lover.. what can I say?

All the best,
Lisa McAbee