Just a few observations from looking at my stats page:
*The Google search terms used to find this blog are overwhelmingly about saving money at the grocery store even though I’ve only written a couple of posts on that. I guess a lot of people need to cut-down on their grocery bill!
*Someone came across this blog last week by searching Google for “baby pee.” (I guess they found this: Lots of Pee-Pee)
*My top post by a landslide is How I Save Money At the Grocery Store.
*Another top post that has generated a ton of views is Romans 7: A Normal Christian Experience? However, this has only received two comments. It’s always a front-runner in the Google search terms, people are looking for it, hundreds read it…. two comments. I don’t know if that’s good or really really bad.
*Other posts that I like much better are about 950 page views behind, like this one: Assuming the Worst About Our Kids? I really put a lot more thought and energy into this one than the one about groceries.
*My most commented posts tend to be ones that I write off the top of my head with little thought, such as this one about The Bachelorette: So Busy With Such Important Things
*The posts that are MY favorite, the ones that I put my heart and soul into writing, don’t usually get much traffic or comments. Like this one: Jesus-Shaped Spirituality
What’s the deal, people, should I stick to writing about groceries or what?