So that got me to wondering, who is my audience?
I already have some idea, and I know I have (something of a) diverse audience.
* Pagans, who understand "Pagan Speak"
* Non-Pagans, who do not know "Pagan Speak" -- that is, words like Samhain, Sabbat, Beltane...
When I write about Paganism I like to explain what I'm talking about so that the non-Pagans can follow, but without boring my Pagan readers with explanations about details they already know. It can be an interesting balance to maintain.
Some more of my audience...
* College students
* College graduates
* At least one professor
These are people who can probably relate to the school stuff I'm talking about. And yet, I also have...
* People who have never been to college, and who don't plan to go
However, since I talk about a lot of non-school stuff, I think I can keep these people engaged.
Oh yes, and let's not forget...
* My mom
Cannot forget my mom.
Here's an idea: Why don't you write just a little about yourself in the comments? Even just a little "Hullo! I'm not a college student or a Pagan. I don't know why I read your blog, but whatever. I guess you entertain me." Or maybe, "Hullo sweetie, this is your mother. I'm reading your blog to keep an eye on you."
I'd love to hear from you. :)