Friday, October 31, 2008

101 Zany Tales!

I cannot believe this is my 101 post! When I started this blog back in March 2008 I didn't have a clue what I'd write about and never thought anyone other than family would actually be reading it. I now have over 7,100 hits to my blog and have had people from all over the world stop by to read it. I have made several bloggy friends along the way and appreciate all of your comments and feedback. Many of you have told me time and time again that you are not laughing at me, but rather with me when hearing about the latest Zany family tale. I have had so much fun retelling all my public humiliation stories and have been keeping them in a journal, so when Wacky Zacky and Zany Janie wonder why I have grey hair I can pull out the journal and read any one of the numerous passages. So I want to say a heartfelt thank you to all of you that stop by to read about my adventures and I really appreciate your comments!

Zany thought of the day: Have you ever wondered how people find things, especially in this high-tech world? I specifically wonder how someone stumbles upon my blog. Over the past few months I have been keeping a log of google and yahoo searches that pop up from my Live Traffic Feed. I'm beginning to wonder what information people are really trying to find, because some of the searches are really strange. And I wonder why my blog is popping up for such strange searches! Below is my top 10 favorite searches (And no I didn't make any of them up!).

10. Zebra Apples
9. Negative Pregnancy Test
8. Gas Mask
7. His Cast (This was the most searched item and I found it come up over 20+ times!)
6. Zany Eight Peanuts
5. Video Songs of Scoover
4. Printable Abby Cadabby Potty Chart
3. Sissy Doody
2. Pooped his pants
1. Warm wet sensation upper thigh


A Keeper's Jackpot said...

Pooped his pants..... AAAHAHHHAHAHAHAA. Who GOOGLES that?!

storybeader said...

I wonder what the search for a warm wet sensation upper thigh was looking for!? And got Two Zany Zebras. I love it! So glad you're keeping track of what you write - you're a great author, and the kids will appreciate your trials and tribulations (that include Papa Z!)