Have I thanked you lately for reading this here blog of mine?
WELL, THANK YOU!
Matt did a little bit of computer magic for me (did you know he’s my entire Tech Support Department?)
So I now get to see some of the data about my blog.
Check out this here map:
The green indicates countries where someone has visited “Savoring the Sweet Life!”
(The darker shade of green means more people have visited)
Hello Portugal! Hello Germany! Hey there, Pakistan, Canada and Russia!
Are you with me here – just how cool is THAT?
This next one is a close up of the United States.
(Looks like California is my best customer, huh?)
But hey – Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Florida and New Hampshire are lookin mighty green!
Now don’t feel creepy or anything, my data doesn’t show your name or email or if you were wearing your jammies while you looked – just what state/country you live in.
So – anyhow – thanks for your support and for recommending “Savoring the Sweet Life” to your friends!
By the way, want to guess what my most viewed entries were?
Number one most visited blog day was SNOWGLOBES and number two was COMMODANT’S OWN. (And, how cool is this: yesterday I recieved a comment from the parents of a Marine. Seems they somehow stumbled upon my blog and spotted their son in two of my Commodant’s Own photos!)
When I started on January 1, 2009 I had 2 visits. By the end of July I’ve had almost 9,000 visits! WOW!
And while I’m in that grateful sort of mood, I decided I should have a giveaway!
I want to give out a REALLY great prize like a car or something, because you guys sure deserve it – but I think it would cost too much to mail!
So instead, I’ve made a little set of popsicle greeting cards. (“car” “card” very close, right?)
The perfect thing for summer, huh?
Just post a comment to enter. In a few days, we’ll have a real-official-like drawing to pick the winner and one oh-so-lucky reader will recieve that lovely little trio of cards!
Whoooo, can you feel the tingle of excitement in the air?
Now make sure you enter!
Thanks & Hugs,
• We can only be said to be alive in those moments when our hearts are conscious of our treasures. ~ Thornton Wilder
• We cannot do great things on this Earth, only small things with great love.~ Mother Teresa
• Hem your blessings with thankfulness so they don’t unravel. ~ Author Unknown