Another end-of-year activity I like to do is look back through old blog posts. Not so much the “just chatting,” book reviews, memes, laudable linkage, or even the Friday Fave Fives posts (though the FFF posts are by their very nature favorites!) But the ones where I wrestled through an issue or shared something God was teaching me.
Bookcases (Nothing profound here – I just enjoyed sharing them. 🙂 )
Ornaments For Timothy. Again, not a deep one, but a pleasant memory.
Interestingly (at least to me), according to my WordPress stats, the top ten posts they say got the most views do not contain any posts from this year. At first that makes me wonder if my day-to-day readership has dropped off. 🙂 But I think it means that some of these show up in search engines, so are viewed a lot that way. Those top ten are:
- Coping when husband is away.
- Christmas devotional reading.
- What does it mean to magnify the Lord?
- Through Gates of Splendor.
- Thanksgiving reading.
- A Passion for Thee.
- C. S. Lewis on love.
- Transverse Myelitis.
- Paul Harvey on fathers.
- When God Is Near.
I don’t know a way to look at the stats for just this year’s posts, but it looks like the one with the most views is I’m an Older Woman…So Now What?
I don’t know if this is of any interest to anyone but myself, but I like to reminiscence on the year plus see what other readers found most helpful.
I’ve enjoyed this blogging year and am looking forward to the next. Thanks so much to YOU for reading and commenting! It’s a major encouragement, and I have been so blessed by the blogging friendships we’ve made along the way.