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Monday, February 15, 2010

Clergy Spouses Pay Me A Visit

Today is "Family Day" in Ontario Canada and President's Day in the US. As such, I'm not even going to try to do a good post and go do something fun with my family instead. I'm thinking some sliding followed by a movie.

Before I go, I just wanted to comment on something I find cool. Like many bloggers, I keep web stats and can see what pages have linked to mine. A few days ago, I noticed a few visits coming in from a site called pastorswivesonline.com. Pastors wives? Turns out somebody in their forum had linked to my page on Canadian Milk Bags. It made me curious. Somebody named Shash had left a nice comment on that post and I followed her profile link to find that sure enough, Shash was a Pastor's Wife with a nice blog of her own.

The fact that my blog in all its random mostly cycling related oddness could reach a group comprised of Pastors Wives makes me happy somehow. Although my writing has never been raunchy or expletive-ridden, it was a nice reminder not to sink into that kind of low discourse. Maybe there's hope for me yet.


Yer Pal,

R A N T W I C K

6 comments:

Shashi said...

Haha, thanks for tracking me down! :-)

I too have a site tracker, I like checking out who's checking out me. It's cool to see how people find you and where they're from.

all this from a discussion about milk bags... lol

Shash said...

k, I have way too many google id's - the joys of working online.

Marrock said...

Keep this sort of thing up and people will start thinking you're safe around small animals, children, and sharp objects or something... can't have that. ;)

KaliDurga said...

I also get a kick from checking out visitor paths to my blog. Mine seem to follow a stranger pattern than yours, though-- People googling for Chriss Chantilly, heroin, and hematomas.

Funny how things connect.

Marrock said...

Oddly enough, I get folks finding my blog by googling, of all things, "geriatric porn"... and they all seem to be from germany for some reason.

Rantwick said...

That's it. I'm not writing about anything but sunshine and pasta from now on.

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