I never knew how much pressure having 100 followers would cause me.

Well I am thrilled to have gone over the hundred follower mark! This is truly awesome. Many thanks to Reallifemarti from Inventing Real Live and Ritu from But I Smile Anyway for reblogging my shameless plea for follower number 100.

My one hundredth follower was Elle Superstar from Full Circle. Thank you Elle! and to all those who also helped me blow right past the 100 mark.

But beyond being awesome, I’m now having to consider how this could affect my personal life.

I’ve already decided that I should probably start wearing sunglasses more often to avoid any embarrassing situations stemming from being recognized as a famous blogger in public. I hope the crowds don’t get too out of hand when I’m spotted, or worse yet, violent!

I’ve also been practicing my autograph so that when the inevitable day comes that someone wants it, I can give them a snazzy “autography” looking autograph instead of my plain old signature.

I even have to consider things like how I set my garbage out. You never know when some famous blogger stalker might pick through it to get a Kleenex or Pop Tart wrapper from a famous blogger.

I never really considered the ramifications of having over 100 followers until it happened, but I feel that with a few lifestyle changes, I will be able to adjust. So thank you all again . . . . and please, no pushing and shoving in the autograph line.

40 thoughts on “I never knew how much pressure having 100 followers would cause me.

  1. Try not to let stardom go to your head! And a friendly warning: The popularity of your blog can go to your loved one’s heads, as well. They also may try to use your blog as a platform to garner attention for themselves. I speak from experience. My sister Ethel’s ego has taken on a life of its own. And I can’t even talk about my brother Steve. Ridiculous. But don’t let me pee on your parade. Enjoy the moment!

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