2013 in review

The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2013 annual report for this blog.

Here’s an excerpt:

The concert hall at the Sydney Opera House holds 2,700 people. This blog was viewed about 59,000 times in 2013. If it were a concert at Sydney Opera House, it would take about 22 sold-out performances for that many people to see it.

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11 thoughts on “2013 in review

    1. Mutual Mrs B XX
      Can you believe that we’re still alive so many years after that first lonely rambling e-mail I sent you in 2010? You were the first person that actually understood me – but that’s because my e-mail doesn’t have a strong Irish accent!!

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      1. I still have that email 🙂 And no, I often can’t believe we are still alive and even less that they are dead and have been for so long. Bring on 2014 – one year closer to seeing them again 🙂

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  1. This is the 6th New Year without my beautiful daughter. i know what you are both going through Leonie and Maria and does it get better as we were promised all those years ago?. No. And it cannot.and those same experts who pontificate about the value of the medication are still being given air play.I want to thank you both for the brilliant work you have done to help others. I hope 2014 brings you both even greater success.

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    1. Thank you Sarah, your support over the last few years have certainly made it a little easier. Does it get better? I agree – NO! Although at least I can now go to the shopping centre without balling my eyes out (well – most days).
      Yes, the same biased ‘experts’ are still dishing out misinformation and dangerous advice on our Irish airwaves. We must do something about that this year!! The pontification must be stopped – unless of course it’s pontification by Maria.

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      1. Haha! Have you just nominated me as Pontif? I accept. I will be known as Pope Tinkerbell, I will change the Pope dress so it has a nipped in waist (far more flattering than the tent dress and less reminiscent of PC). I shall wear a tiara except when I am making an important proclamation – then I shall put on my big Pope Hat and say important things like “Cats are saints and rabbits are just animals.so sayeth Pope Tinkerbell,” And the people shall cheer and sprinkle glitter and feed me cupcakes, When shall I start?

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    1. Definitely for Popes and Cardinals, which makes shopping for diamond rings manatory and urgent. Lock the kids in the cupboard again tomorrow and we’ll hit the shops.

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