Dear Blog…………I love you

This valentine’s day we are taking our blog love to the next level with Blogchatter where i take on the baton of Blog Love from Deepali , read her at


So it’s valentine’s day round the corner and the world around is filled of love filled notes, cute little hearts and so much sweetness. I write this letter to my blog because i have loved it and it has loved me back with much more than i could ask for.

Dear Blog

You have grown up now, from a poorly structured “What a life to be”( Ah, those age of pen names), to turning into travel blogger to now a grown up ready to enter a college with now a self hosted blog. (Oh i talk like your mother already).

Dear Blog i started you at a point of betrayal in my life, my escape point was writing so i moved over from a diary to a blog. And i am so happy that i did it. You gave me my first writing award when it was long back that i had left my writing. You lifted me up in my moments of failures and disappointments. You were always there to listen to my rantings, you were always there to support. You gave me whatever little name i have got. You gave me amazing friends. You became viral and i connected to Paulo Coelho. You got me onboard National Geographic Channel, a tv serial….and the list is long.You gave Pooja Tripathi a name among this world wide web world.

Dear blog, you know what’s my favorite memory. I attended wedding of a friend in Bhopal and when my school friend (the bride) introduced me to her in laws family ( her brother in law ) she said “she is my friend Pooja. she is a doctor”, the brother in law screamed “Are you Pooja Tripathi?” I said yes……

“Oh mam, i am a huge fan of your writings, i love your blogs. “

He made me talk to his girlfriend on phone with a child like glee.

Thank you my blog for giving me my own story worthy moments.

I love you to moon and back. I really do.

Till death do us apart.


Wanderer Wordweaver Woman.

Passing on the baton to Tina, read her wonderful post on:

20 Comment

  1. That is a wonderful journey you have had from the pen name to National Geographic and now to your self hosted nook. I didn’t know all that about you and genuinely loving to read it. Happy Blog Love

    1. Dr. Pooja Tripathi says: Reply

      Thank You Tina……..It has been actually one amazing journey.

  2. Kudos to you Dr. Pooja. I know how it feels when your blog is your identity. May you have many more such amazing journeys and win more accolades. ❤
    Sending blog love from mine to yours.

    1. Dr. Pooja Tripathi says: Reply

      Thank you Ramya.
      Sending a hug right back at you

  3. This’s such a nice way of expressing love for your brain child. I have read some of your hindi poems and trust me I loved them all. And did I read Bhopal? Oh yes, I did! ? I’m also from Bhopal, so couldn’t resist. ?

    Love the post! Keep writing, more power to u Pooja! ?

    1. Dr. Pooja Tripathi says: Reply

      Thank you Saumy for such kind words.
      keep visiting

  4. That was so sweet. It must have felt so nice to be recognized that way! Keep writing and growing!

    1. Dr. Pooja Tripathi says: Reply

      It was indeed an amazing feeling

  5. I totally get what you’re saying Pooja! When people start knowing you because of your blog…it’s a different high altogether! Loved reading about your blogging journey. May you reach higher pinnacles with your lovely blog!

    1. Dr. Pooja Tripathi says: Reply

      Thank you Kala. It’s one of the best highs

  6. Novemberschild says: Reply

    We all love to recommend something we have found enjoyable or beneficial—whether it be a nice restaurant, a good book, or a new outlook on life. The fullness of joy is not experienced until we have shared that joy with others. A blog provides an opportunity to do that very thing. It provides a platform to share the joy we have experienced and recommend good things we have discovered to others.

  7. Keep loving and spreading love virus !!

  8. Ah! What a high point in life when people start recognizing by words! Keep blogging and rocking!! 🙂

  9. Wow! This was so intense and congratulations on all those achievements. Even after many years, we’ll cherish these moments like they happened just yesterday 🙂

  10. Good to connect with you Pooja through blogging. Nice heartfelt post and its amazing how we all have so many stories to tell about our babies, our blogs. Sending love and luck to your blog and you.

  11. Pooja , I got goosebumps reading about the moments you narrated , I am sure they all must’ve been overwhelming when they happened!
    I cant still not get over your Paulo Coelho story , its just unbelievable. More magical because you were new in the blogosphere and wasn’t even trying to get the kind of attention you did.
    I am not surprised that you have fans everywhere – you come across as a very mysterious yet rustic writer .. very earthy and raw and I wish you never lose that about your writing.
    Congratulations on the move to you and your blog .. stay inspired !

  12. From NGT to Paulo Coelho – It has been surely a remarkable journey. Wishing you many many more blogging success ahead.

  13. What an awesome journey that is, Pooja! And how special to meet a fan, in real life. That’s a moment to cherish, for sure! Here’s wishing you a lot more milestones in the years ahead!

  14. I have to say….you look too young for mother of a college going blog..:-p. Its amazing to read your blog journey Pooja. May you and your blog go places in times to come. Keep the good words coming.

  15. That is so true Pooja, my blog also started from a diary and slowly transformed itself into a self-hosted one. And yes the recognition that it gives is beyond comparisons.

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