It's strange though, but I still can't forecast what posts will be popular. Some I put my heart and soul into and they get fewer hits than something I have to knock out quickly when time is short. I guess it all depends on what gets a good ranking on the Google search engine and/or gets picked up by some of the social networking sites. Or maybe it depends on the thoughts I send out when publishing the post!
The most viewed posts in 2011 were:
Married Couple In The Same Photo As Children
The Indians Of Haiti As Observed By Christopher Colombus
Ghostly Rye: The Most Haunted Town In England
The Red Balloon Coincidence
The Concentration Camp Romantic Coincidence
The Goats In Trees Coincidence
Coincidence Photos Of Children And Their Dogs
The Mysterious Skull With The Golden Wreath Of Protection
The Guest House And A Girl In A Bikini Coincidence
The Date Coincidence On An Old Photo
Though the statistics are interesting the important bit for me is what I have learned personally by writing the posts, and also from other bloggers I have interacted with. I have by no means sussed out fully what this life of ours is all about but, there again, I don't think anyone else has either - despite what they may claim.
The one thing I do feel certain of is that we are all immortal. Death, as we know it, is only a transition from this life to some other level. Though I have my theories about this I cannot say that I am 100% sure as to what happens next. I guess you could say that death is quite an adventure!
My thanks to all subscribers and 67 Not Out readers and also to the other bloggers I have got to know - I won't mention any names in case I miss someone out!
I wish everyone a wonderful 2012. Much has been written and theorised about the year ahead. Things may well be on the change but change doesn't have to be negative. I feel quite optimistic about the future.