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2 Year Blogging Anniversary

I got this idea from Kalin over at Sitting in the Saddle and since I just hit my 2 year blogging mark (May 25th), I thought it might be fun to check my stats. :-)

Page views for all-time:
12, 316

Page views for last month:
1,194

Most page views in one month:
 May 2014 ~ 1,032

Total Posts:
240 PUBLISHED posts
(I have over 20 drafts LOL)

Comments:
261
(I'm pretty sure these include my replies back.)

Followers:
15

Top 10 most viewed posts: 


A few of MY favorite posts:

I partially started this blog for myself but also for other people to read. Then Mom moved to Charlotte and it's kind of became a window into our world back in Tennessee for her. She's missing out on our adventures (or the opportunity to go with us) being in Charlotte and this way, she can still be somewhat of a part of it.

I'd be lying if I said I didn't care whether people enjoyed reading my blog b/c I DO care. I want this to be a fun place to visit. I would like to be one of those bloggers that has something witty, catchy or interesting to write every day about to BRING those people in, but I don't. I have my moments from time to time but most of my stuff has turned out to be kid/family trip oriented more than anything and while that isn't exactly a problem, it doesn't make for interesting reading for people outside the family.

Oh well, I'm continuing on. I've enjoyed these last two years blogging. I've enjoyed the friends I've met along the way through their blogs and I hope to "meet" many more. I'm going to try and be more consistent and write more often.......I'm going to get my 20+ drafts actually finished and published and I'm going to stop worrying about how they "sound". I'm going to kick my OCD in the tail and tell it to go on, let me blog about whatever pops into my head and not worry about it not fitting a "theme".

If you're not a follower or subscriber yet and you actually enjoy my rambling, then please, by all means, click that follower button on the right or enter your email to subscribe so you'll get notified when I post and if you know someone that may enjoy, send them my way. The more the merrier! (That's how I've found a lot of the blogs I follow, by reading someones blog and they link to someone else.) Comment too! It's nice chatting. :-D

And b/c I can't leave a post picture less, I'm including these 3 funnies b/c they each kinda fit my life. :-D




Happy Blogging!

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  1. Happy Blogiversary!!!!! I should check my stats. I never look at that LOL! I bet it's interesting. The comments do count your replies. I'm enjoying reading your blog. :D Looking forward to your drafts being posted. Perfectionism is hard to let go but you can do it! I'm perfectionist too btw.

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    1. Thanks! :-D You should check them! It's pretty fascinating. I think so anyway LOL I'm glad you're enjoying it! And perfectionism IS hard to let go, ugh....soooo hard but I'm working on it. :-)

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