So as most of you know this blog has been around a while. Even during my working time when I hardly wrote at all, amazingly the blog would get many daily hits. So I looked into what people could possibly be googling to make my little blog come up so many times. (yes, these are the sort of things you do when you aren't quite sure what else to do with your time).
#1 reason for thousands of hits: Why do Men Disappear?and then...'He disappeared, then he came back.'
Seems every day all around the world, girls will sit down at work and google away this very question.
My answer to this: Let them disappear into oblivion!
#2: Eharmony -- a bad joke?
Yes, I believe I titled a posting exactly that once. Sorry but still
to this day I cringe when I see that quack doctor Neil Warren on the
(to be fair/realistic, sure this site works for some but not for many)
#3: How to Become a Positive Person
Apparently one day years ago I actually wrote about this. I got my
only laugh of the day when I saw this one. Apparently worked real
well for me, huh?
#4. Should you Google your date?
Google away! The more you date, the more your chances of one day
finding out something shocking. But hey, knowledge is power and we all
know there are too many liars out there.
Googling led me to find the guy I was seeing once for 4 months was actually two-timing
the entire time, and then got engaged.
#5.How to Manifest Your Soulmate
These hits come from the farthest away of places - Madyeh Pradish
(India?); Pakistan, Tanzania, Zimbabwe. Good Lord, some other places
I'm ashamed to say I've never even heard of.
Seems a popular search item in the far away lands. All I can say is I
hope it helps them. I remember writing that soon after 'performing'
my manifesting my soul mate 'rituals' while on a solo trip in Argentina.
I remember returning to New York City thinking I had just spent way
too much time alone in a country I didn't speak the language, and
quite possibly was past my last straw with the whole dating thing. It
was right after that I had what was definitely the strangest date of
my lifetime - a 20 minute coffee date at Starbucks down the street
with someone who told me he was released from the military for violent
reasons, but I am quite positive he was released from a sanitarium. I
am pretty sure it was right then and there that I swore off dating
Until two months later when the out of the blue, and rather bizarre
way of meeting N happened.
So what do I think now of that Manifesting your Soul mate stuff I
tried? Though N and I are on the rocks, I still know he is the
greatest guy I ever could have met. And I have to say, maybe, just
maybe that hocus pocus stuff worked.
Because friends, when you're down and out you have to believe. In
something. Anything good.
To get you through the bad things that are only bound to happen.