Things that make you go hmmm hmmm hmmm
I’m not really sure what happened. I have an average of 56 views daily, and that’s only because I shamelessly promote myself on my FB page and my family is forced to check it out under threat of not making the sweet potato casserole for Thanksgiving if they don’t. Oh, maybe a few hapless runners have some confused idea I would delete their race results but that’s just crazy sh*t and I have no idea where that would have come from.
Two days ago I had 515 views. Site Stats said well over 300 people looked at it from a link at Runner’s World alone. I realize rundogcat has been linked from that site for months; I doubt 300++ people suddenly decided on Wednesday to go to an obscure link at RW and read a bunch of crack about cats and my mom folding sheets by someone who is not currently even running.
Anyway, please be sure to comment to this post if you would like an autograph. I haven’t set up a paypal account yet, you send me cash (inbox me) and I’ll get that out to you soon as the bucks arrive. I think, maybe, $15? each? Think about it, I was once also the Queen of England, you’ll get a lot of bang for your buck. Or Euro.
Blogging is a crap shoot. I know that I am putting stuff out there in the interworldwebnet that people can randomly find if they google Daniel Craig swimsuit (which tends to get me a quick view almost daily; they don’t actually read my blog, it’s a drive-by viewing where the searcher just wants to see poor Daniel, now apparently embarrassed by the entire Speedo incident, poor guy, welcome to sex kitteh world, I know, it’s tough, but you got the buns, hun, you get the name.) (I never posted him in the Speedo to get views, other, of course, than my own.) (Just thought I should disclaim this.)
So: hmmm hmmm hmmm. Wordpress apparently posted someone else’s views to my page. The worst of it is all those readers getting ground turkey when they were looking for steak.
On the plus side, ground turkey has less cholesterol.
Hmmm hmmm hmmm. Saw the ortho yesterday. The short of it: She’s thinking it’s the S1 disc but did another SI joint injection just in case. I was supposed to call her later to let her know if it worked. She even said I could go for a run to see how it shakes out. Since I got home and it wasn’t any better I called and reported in. I moved forward through my day assuming that it was the S1 and we might be looking at surgery.
Hmmm hmmm hmmm. Today – it hurts less. WTFudge flavored brownie crusteroles? Is my butt falling off or is it not?
Damn. I’m going for a run tomorrow.