The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2012 annual report for this blog.
Here’s an excerpt:
4,329 films were submitted to the 2012 Cannes Film Festival. This blog had 23,000 views in 2012. If each view were a film, this blog would power 5 Film Festivals
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At the end of a tiring day, after I’ve stripped off the stress and washed away the tension, I like to escape and fly with the dragons; frolick in the fields with the elves and the fairies; even fall in love with a vampire. Living within the fantasy pages of a book helps me forget about my own worries and troubles.
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This past week, we (Gayl and I) have gone from just mothers of 2 precious furry kids to grandmothers of 4 deliciously cute babies. It was a whirlwind of emotions for all of us and I don’t think it could be any more memorable if it wasn’t for of all you who have been with us in spirit through the whole thing.
Your prayers and well wishes encouraged us just as strongly as if you were there holding our hands and that meant a lot to us. I wish I can thank you all personally, but know that you will always be a part of us because of this.
Thank you from the bottom of our hearts…
Gratitude is the memory of the heart. ~Jean Baptiste Massieu
*For all you my WordPress family (Click on the names to go to their blogs):
And also to my new friends
Was playing around with my WordPress account and checked on my Site Stats, well not that there are hundreds of people visiting and reading my blogs or anything like that, I was just curious…
Anyway, there’s this tab where it shows you how many visits came from search engines where they keyed in the tags you have on you blog. It came as a surprise though to see that the tag with the most searches was “sadness”! (Are there that much sad people in the world?)
I guess we are naturally emotional and volatile creatures and Misery really does love company. But when you are sad, wouldn’t it be better to look for things that would make you happy rather than sad(der)? I just assumed that the searches are from sad people because what kind of happy person would search about sadness?
This absolutely doesn’t sound like me, but positive thinking sometimes work (spoken like a true pessimist, huh). Besides, thinking happy thoughts would make one feel lighter inside (think Peter Pan).