While writing this blog is somewhat of an attempt to write my autobiography I know that some of the topics, such as partisan politics (as just one example), are not everyone’s cup of tea.
I like to check my reader stats to see where people are when they check out my site. There’s virtually no corner of the world that is not represented, although I know most of these hits are random, some perhaps mere attempts to spam me.
Every once in awhile, however, I see that someone has logged on and read many, many, many pages…and come back for more…without saying who they are or what their interest is.
Case in point: Someone from Armstrong Partnership has visited for nearly 300 minutes over the past couple of days (and, if the stats are to be believed, has at least skimmed hundreds of pages). Would I ever love to hear from this person. Is it genuine interest in my writing or am I being investigated? My mind goes places at the thought! I hope my naming your company does not get you into any trouble.
Another visitor, from a Bank of America domain in Concord, California, recently spent 21 minutes on 17 different pages.
One of the busiest times ever here – second only to the time when I was thinking of entering politics late last winter – was shortly after Craig died on May 9. I had a near-record number of visitors, relatively few of whom have contacted me. Google Craig Chaplin and you’ll be led here.
I don’t want to pry, but I’d sure like to hear from readers (not just the ones mentioned) as to what brought you here, what keeps you coming back (if you do), and whether you think there’s any hope for me 🙂
Comment…please (and thank you).
And give someone a hug if you can today.