I use a site called FEEDJIT to see who comes and goes from my blog. Believe me I am not obsessive about it, but often I have have quite the laugh seeing exactly how people find my blog through Google. So below, I have compiled a list of some of the searches that have brought you all to little 'ole me.
Chicago, IL googled “tortellini at 10 in the morning.” Ooookaaaay Chicago. Whatever you say. Tortellini at 10 in the morning wouldn’t be my first choice, but hey, if that’s what you’re craving by all means don’t let me stand in your way. However can I say something? You do live in Chicago. Home of the deep dish pizza. After a late night of partying I am thinking that might sound a little better at 10am. I’m just sayin’.
Dansville, New York googled “blogurl: blogspot.com inpostt.”
May I suggest that you don’t google things while you are drunk, NY? I am speaking from experience.
Syracuse, New York googled “Aquanet.”
While I realize that the 80's have made quite a comeback lately, I don't think that this is one road that you want to go down again. Some advice...Aquanet=bad news. Stay away. Stay far away.
Westland, Michigan googled “pack rats damaging cars in Sedona, AZ.”
Yes, my car got damaged in Sedona, AZ. But, no, it wasn't by pack rats. Sorry wrong blog.
Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh googled “A thankfulness message for friend.”
Bhopal, thank you for being my friend. And between us friends, where the heck is Bhopal anyway?
Rochester, New York googled “I am a Mom and a germ phobe.”
Nice to meet you Rochester. I am a Mom and a germ phobe as well. We should get together and share disinfecting stories sometime.
New York, NY googled “buying a mattress.”
Please don't take my advice in this department. I obviously am not the expert. But I will say that I decided to buy myself an early Christmas present and purchase a new Sleep Number. If all goes according to plan, it'll be at my door by the end of the month. I'll let you know how it goes.
New York googled “are cheddar sun chips bad for you during pregnancy.”
I'm no doctor, New York, but I eat those things like they are going out of style. Other than the fact that you might gain a few more pounds more than you are supposed to, I say, if it makes pregnancy more enjoyable, go for it. I do.
Birmingham googled “Cheese pampers.”
Well, Birmingham, I'm speechless. While I know that they sell eatable underware for ADULTS, I can't imagine that Cheese Pampers would go over well for babies.
So there you have it. What is the moral to this post? Protect yourselves and your family from the strange Googlers out there! They may be spying on you!