Tuesday, March 25, 2008

I know you're out there. I can hear you breathing.

Hmm, the silence after my last post was pretty pronounced. I'm left to wonder what caused the lack of typed reactions. Was it just so perfect that there was nothing more to say? (not likely)... insensitive and gloating about motherhood now that I've got it? (maybe, but I don't quite think so)... totally unremarkable and reeking of filler?

At least I know what the problem isn't. The problem isn't that nobody's reading. You see, I now have statcounter on my side... and apparently, there are a lot more of you reading than the comments let on. Like, at least 10 times more. Way to make me feel popular, internets!

I did get a kick out of seeing where some of you are coming from. I'd like to take a second to give a warm Canadian welcome to my readers in Russia, Stockholm, Copenhagen, Australia, Slovenia, and all of y'all who are closer to home. I'm amazed that you want to follow my story. In the words of Apu Nahasapimapetilon, thank you and come again!

Probably one of the most interesting things statcounter does for me is list the google searches that have led to my blog. Somehow I just never expected people to find me by asking Google whether they can get pregnant from swallowing their partner's spunk. But that's a whole 'nother post for another day.

So yeah, I just wanted to say hi to all of you playing along at home. Leave me a comment sometime... I'd love to visit you too.

8 comments:

Aurelia said...

hey, just me here...I'm so tired and so behind on reading that's my excuse. Pathetic, but true.

But congrats on getting Statcounter! This could be very interesting.

Elizabeth said...

Hi, still reading regularly :-) very cute photo btw!

Caro said...

*waves from Copenhagen*

Lazyness is my only excuse - my blogroll is getting out of control so I don't always comment on all the ones I read.

K77 said...

Hey there. I don't always comment, sometimes I don't have much to add, or I'm in a hurry just to read.

Rachel said...

Just saying hi.

Rachel Inbar said...

Hi from Israel :-) All I could think after your last post was that being a mommy means being the one who gets blamed when her 6th grade son doesn't do his homework...

tara said...

i was too jealous that you got your haircut to comment ;)
love the picture

ms. c said...

Hi Sara!!
(geesh, gotta stop breathing so loud I guess!)