HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO YOU, PARENTHETICALLY BIZARRE.
It's been a year of writing and not writing, posting and not posting, and way too many caps lock moments. NOT THAT THERE CAN BE TOO MANY CAPS LOCK MOMENTS. I MEAN SERIOUSLY.
Anyway. A year ago today Parenthetically Bizarre was born because I was happy that day. Yay nostalgia!
Got a party to go to tonight so we'll make this brief. I've just GOT to post today. I'm sure you understand.
So! These are the stats for the whole year. Not really sure why they go back to May of 2009, because I was finishing freshman year and hadn't even considered writing a thing back then, but whatever, Blogger.
Total pageviews come in at 4,098. DANG THAT'S A LOT. I must be super popular or something. Most pageviews in June, and the lowest of lows in July. After mountains come valleys, I suppose.
The most clicks have come from Jodi's blog! Her blog is basically an interstate of the interwebs, however, so I'm not surprised. Second most clicks come from here. Very sneaky, Parenthetically. I see what you did there.
The most clicked posts are no surprise; those are on the sidebar anyway so you got a sneak peek. But did you know what pages get the most views?
HOWEVER. Darkness is at the bottom, ya'll, and Best Friends
While we're talking about YOU, let's check and see just where ya'll are located and where you've been perusing my blog from for the past 364 days.
My life is complete. I love you with all my heart, you and your lovely voices, darlings.
Also Latvia. Just random enough to be awesome.
Now let's take a peek at the browsers!
There is only one reason I brought this up.
Why the heck aren't the other 67% of you using Firefox?!?!
I have nineteen followers and I love you all. I also love the 5+ people that also read this blog but don't follow (though I don't know why not because you could leave comments and make my LIFE. But whatever. Go ahead and stink.)
Okay, gotta head! Got to get to that party and make some gingerbread houses. It's been a great year-- here's to many more!
Love you all and seasonal returns,
Christina Kuri Icarus