Here we are again, bidding one year farewell and saying hello to a new one. I hope you accomplished everything in 2015 that you wanted–and if you didn’t, well, that’s what 2016 is for (seriously, I know the feeling. There’s stuff I wanted to do this year that didn’t happen because of life).
Like I did last year, I wanted to share my stats report with the rest of you because you are ultimately the ones who make this blog worthwhile.
Here’s an excerpt:
A New York City subway train holds 1,200 people. This blog was viewed about 5,100 times in 2015. If it were a NYC subway train, it would take about 4 trips to carry that many people.
My views went down from last year, but views do fluctuate from time to time, so that’s not really an issue. I did write more posts, which was one of my goals for this year, but it wasn’t by all that much–last year’s total was 66; this year’s was 69. So I suppose I can say I met that goal. Sort of.
Before I sign off for 2015, I want to provide you with the link for the Patron Saint Name Generator again: http://saintsnamegenerator.com/#.UrhbhLTHlEk. My patron saint for 2016 is St. John of Damascus (aka St. John Damascene), patron saint of pharmacists, icon painters, and theology students…of which I am none. Still, he’s a Doctor of the Church, so it can’t hurt to have one of those interceding for you during the year.
Happy End of 2015!