End of the Year Wackiness

Well, 2010 is almost gone. It probably will be gone by the time you read this. If that’s the case, I apologize for the post full of irrelevance you are about to receive.

The busiest day of 2010 around here was September 21st. I got a whopping 86 views that day. Wow. I hope whoever they were, they enjoyed their visit. They didn’t bother to post anything, so, who knows?

May of this year was the busiest around here: 366 views and searches for “Magic: The Gathering” personality tests seemed to generate the most views. Still not sure how I feel about that.

WordPress Blog Challenge
So, WordPress has a blog challenge going on. Basically, it’s to see if you can make one post per day for all of 2011. Three hundred and sixty five posts. One part of me says ‘Not a chance, goober!’ while the other part of me says, ‘You can do it!.’ I don’t know which of me to believe. (As an alternate, they suggest a once a week schedule.) Fifty two posts is probably more my speed, but I’m going to give the 365 posts thingie a try anyway.

I like pain.

WordPress: Consider this my official notification to you that I am participating. Word.

(By the way, and only for clarification, I’m not calling anyone at WordPress or WordPress itself a ‘goober,’ I was calling myself a goober. So we are clear and I won’t get sued).

Other Stuff
I should probably save it for the 365 posts I’m putting myself on the hook for. Yeah. Good idea.

About WonderGoon

WonderGoon is seeking enlightenment and questions everything.
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2 Responses to End of the Year Wackiness

  1. frizztext says:

    good luck to you – and your 365 ideas …


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