Every so often, for my own amusement, I log in to my Google Analytics account and review the keywords/phrases that people used to find my humble blog. The results are, um, interesting.
A sampling of recent searches that led people to my blog:
can i superimpose a photo of my dad with the american flag and an eagle? - No, no you may not. I hope that settles it. But if you do, be sure to put a tear in the eagle's eye.
mom pee - EIGHT people used this keyword phrase to find my blog this year. EIGHT. I do not know what to say about that.
"my kid bit another kid" - We definitely went down that road a few times when A was a toddler. I'm not sure which is worse - when your kid is the biter or the bitee.
"plastic poop" - I'm starting to think my blog is a lot less sophisticated than I thought it was.
"you farted" "i did not" - And now I'm sure of it. I'm as low-brow as it gets.
booger back - Oh, for the love of . . .
childern and dogs - You keep them there younguns away from my dog.
don't want to be a girl scout cookie mom - I'm with you, sister. Right there with you.
I also saw every kind of spelling of alabaster that you can imagine (a lot of people are probably looking for the city of Alabaster but wind up at my blog instead). I found entries for alabster, alabastor, aalabaster, and so forth. My blog also came up under various searches for eye dilation and nausea. I guess I'm not the only person who was treated to this fun little optometric adventure.
I hope you'll come back and visit my blog next year. I am planning to find new and different ways to talk about bodily functions in 2012. That's my pledge to you, fair reader. Happy new year!