It is finally happening - right now as I type ( and you read).....the ceiling is shattered...broken...crumbling all over the Active Rain floor.
560 profile points ( didn't do a very good job the first time I entered information),
1,818 invite points - I invited a bunch of people the same day the new rates went into effect last winter,
12,180 blogging points (two of my blogs have been featured. WOOOOO HOOOO!!),
3,400 comment points ( It's informative and entertaining to read posts and write comments. I want to be like Broker Bryant's wife when I grow up so I can ROARRRRR!!),
0 linking points because evidently you don't get points for linking, but the space remains on the site and makes me feel as though I'm not doing all I can do,
500 bonus points that I got the first week for reading the Active Rain rules and regulations ( or something similar) and ...
1500 'other points' that I have absolutely no idea how I got, I am fixing to go over 20,000 points with the credits that will be awarded for writing this post.
Now that may not sound like much to some of you who have been on Active Rain for a couple of years, but for someone who just got started earlier this year, I'm pretty proud of my 20,000 points and what they represent.
Thanks, Brad Andershon, for helping me out when I first got started and couldn't figure out how to do much of anything.
Thanks, Russell Ray, for encouraging me to stay involved on Active Rain when I took a vacation from it for a couple of weeks. It was nice to be missed.
Thanks, Gerry Khachikian, for starting a contest that I got involved in early on. My math skills didn't allow me to figure out how many members of AR there will be on January 1, 2010, but it was fun to try. Also, thanks for posting the pictures of the pig races in Montana. Everyone should see a pig race!
Thanks, Midori Miller, for talking to me on the phone about a question I had about Florida real estate law. You gave me good insight.
Thanks to Kim Southern, who is truly the voice of a southern lady with her 'Southern Hospitality' blog.
Thanks to Steve, the Ozark agent who is a 'fan' of my company site and who posts such lovely pictures of his homeland.
Thanks to every single one of you who has ever posted a comment on one of my blogs. Each comment was greatly appreciated. It's nice that you took the time to let me know my words were read.
Thanks, Active Rain, to whoever thought up the idea of giving real estate professionals a place to share and to be on stage.
I love the Rain.