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Thursday, October 27, 2011


The lovely Liz tagged me  in a "spread the love around the blogging community" kind of activity. But my blogging life, much like my real life is fairly socially awkward. I do not know who to tag. I would probably just tag Liz back and call it a day. I lurk around hundreds of blogs, it's hard to choose. So without further adieu and definitely without following the actual rules......

Also, it is sort of my one year anniversary of this blog - so this post serves the purpose of celebrating that. That was kind of further adieu, wasn't it? Oops.

1. My most beautiful post.
Let Us Go, Let Us Go, Let us Run Away to Edisto.
My attempt at waxing poetic.

2. My most popular post.
Youth and Young Womanhood.
So says my blog stats anyway. Speaking of, if you read this post and did not comment, it is not too late. Share your story!!

3. My most controversial post.
Fear ~ Drake (Updated Version)
Not actually controversial. Just the one in which, in the comments section, I learned that I apparently make things up and develop issues over false memories. Awesome!

4. My most helpful post.
Orange Ya Glad I Didn't Say Bananas?
I explain how to make awesome brownies. Awesomely flavored. Awesomely lazy.

5. A post that's success surprised me.
Dirt Road Anthem ~Jason Aldean
I consider this post a success because friends of mine who do not read my blog laughed when KayKay (who also does not read my blog) insisted I read it to them. Making people laugh is always a success in my book.

Also: I really, really, really, really had to force myself to NOT be Negative Nancy and just write, "None of my posts are successful."

6. A post I feel didn't get the attention it deserved.
Things I used to do as a kid...
Not that this was some kind of amazing post, I just think it would have been way more fun if it had ended up being more interactive - people sharing their lists in the comments.

7. The post of which I am the most proud
Because This Is My Life, Volume 1
This was the very first humorous essay that I wrote for myself. Not for a class or an assignment - just for me. Because I wanted to say it. It is the beginning of my "voice."   It was before I knew or understood blogs so I would type up my essays and email them to my friend, Kim Shafer, who has always wholeheartedly supported my ridiculousness.  Thank you Kim!

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