Friday, September 16, 2005

Friday Gator Blogging

Well, cher, this is the last of the Mohicans, er, gators, if I do not get out sometime this week and snap some more photos. Maybe I will and maybe I won't.

I know I've been quiet lately. I am in a bit of a negative and depressed (and contemplative) funk at the moment. (Silence--an unintended consequence of growing up with principles like "if you can't say anything nice, don't say anything at all".)

One of the fun things about blogging is that you can write about intelligence tests in January, and wonder about the answers to some of the seemingly silly questions on those tests, and wake up on a morning in September, nine months later, to find that someone named Anonymous has taken the time to answer your question in your comment section. Thanks, Anonymous!

Which brings me to another thing I have been wondering about. Some bloggers know where their readers come from, and what kinds of search words/phrases people use to find their blogs. How do they do that?


  1. Still loving the gators!

    As for readers, if you pay site meter a little money and upgrade to their "premium" or whatever service, it will show you the search words that directed someone to your page. I don't have that service, but even on the free service you get information that helps you figure out how people found you.

  2. I wish I knew how you keep getting photos of some of my neighbors. I swear that guy lives up the street from me.........answering your ? on my blog, in dental hell Annie.......had a tooth yanked on tuesday and it's been quite unpleasant. So am laying low, although it is Friday and hav eposted friday eye the bathtub........go have a look see.....oh, about the "can't say something nice" thing, I say throw that thought out the window and let the good times roll.......I say bad things all the time on mine. Who cares....that;s what it's there don't think folks really expect to learn anything on these things do ya?? :):)

  3. Oh my...we are both in the same funk. Love the gator sweetness. Chin up.


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