Monday, October 24, 2011

Our little world

I think most of us live our lives in a relatively small cocoon, at least that's what we believe. We live in a small world of daily and weekly occurrences, the majority of them repetitive. In our worlds, we affect only a small amount of people on a regular basis.

When I started this blog I really didn't know what to expect. Who would read it? Where would they log on from? If others had the same thoughts as I, we would be thankful if our circle of readers would be slightly more than known acquaintances. The longer we have continued to post on this site, it seems the larger our audience has become. The 'stats' button shows how many hits we get and where they come from. I use another statcounter that tracks things as well. I don't take it very seriously but it is fun to watch.

North and I now have what seems to be regular readers in Russia, Australia and Europe. It is hard to track them as IP addresses change. We have had regular hits from Indonesia and occasionally the Middle East. We also have regulars from across this great land. It is humbling to realize we have touched someone enough to make them regular visitors.

All I can say to that is...
Большое спасибо
Thanks mate
Thank you very much

1 comment:

  1. Slainte!

    Gaelic for "(to your)health!"

    A common drinking toast in Ireland and Scotland, pronounced "slahn-jah".

    We welcome sober people as well.