200 Posts

This is my 200th post. I never thought I would have so much to say.  It is actually kind’ve fun trying to ponder new and quirky topics which may be of interest (“renaissance-esque”). And then trying to write something which is cohesive and coherent.  And keeping it under my self-imposed limit of 300 words. 

I have some “subscribers’ plus another 30 to 50 receive copies of each post.  And each day I get between 5 and 300 “hits” on my website.  Average is maybe 20.  The most hits came on the recent post “The Wedding Ring.”   American Airlines picked up the post and referenced it on their Facebook and Twitter pages.  AA wrote me that they’d had over 640,000 “views” on the article!  And 300 souls logged onto my blog. I’ve had hits from Canada and South Korea. Go figure.  Early on, I posted every day. Then every other day. Now Thursdays and Sundays. Surprisingly, I’ve not run out of things to say.  I actually have five posts in the hopper — ready to go. Not sure how long this will go on but I expect for awhile.  Fasten your seat belts. . . . .

2 thoughts on “200 Posts

  1. Don Fagerberg

    Keep up the good work!

    Don Fagerberg, Founder Ministry Mentors enhances the professional effectiveness of active clergy, strengthens their personal and spiritual health, and affirms their gifts for ministry.


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  2. Robert McCown

    Scott, I am a regular reader of your blog. I am amazed at the number of your interests and talents but then I have always been impressed with your ability. Keep on keeping on. Bob

    Robert A. McCown 44 Ealing Drive Iowa City IA 52246 319/351-5248

    Date: Sun, 14 Apr 2013 13:24:42 +0000 To: robert_mccown@msn.com

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