One of my favorite parts of checking my blog stats, besides making sure my three fans are still there in spite of my failure to update this thing on a regular basis (thanks guys!) is seeing what search terms lead traffic to my site. Here is the latest disturbing glimpse into the minds of the people of Internetland. Behold:
- “cat pushing body“
- “cat with face pushed against glass” Okay, this? Freaks me out a little. What causes a person to want to see this? No, seriously. What? And, do I really write about my little beasts so often that my blog shows up in searches for cats? Cripes.
- “bacon inocent x” I haven’t clue what this person could be searching for. Any ideas? How awesome is it that my blog shows up in searches about bacon though? That is right and good and proper and makes me very happy.
- “i’ve upped my attitude, now up yours!” This one is my favorite. I’m totally stealing it and am going to use it tomorrow. At least once.
- “naughty stained glass” Heh.
These are search terms have shown up in the last week. I don’t even want to wade through the crap people have searched for since I started this. I could be there for days.
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I’ve been busy going to Maui, parking my butt by the pool, drinking a bunch fruity alcohol drinks, lifting heavy stuff, eating good stuff, eating some not-so-good but really yummy stuff, painting, working, having a blast and NOT updating my blog. Sigh.
One of my favorite parts of parking my butt by the pool is all the time it leaves me to read. Usually I go in for floofy stuff like Charlaine Harris’ Southern Vampire Mysteries but this time I managed to stretch my brain a little with Gary Taubes’ new “Why We Get Fat and What to Do About It” and it is amazing. I am planning to write a review of that and yes I actually typed that with a straight face. Don’t let’s hold our breaths for that, is what I’m saying. Just go get the book because it’ll take everything you think you know about diet and exercise and how both of those things affect the way our bodies manage adipose tissue and turn it on its head. It’s an easy read and fascinating.