But Canada and Australia are big chunks of land on my map, so as long as they are at least a little green (meaning, as long as at least TWO folks have looked at my page in the last week), we'll be able to see that on the map.
But there are a bunch of geographically-small European countries that show "hits" where the shades of green are somewhat indiscernible. This week, two-thirds of the ranked countries exist in that small splotch of green. Thank you, UK, Ireland, Netherlands, France, Germany, and Poland, for continuing to read me, and for returning "in force," as it were, when you leave for a bit and then find me again.
|this WEEK's map, with counters.|
|the last 24 hours, for comparison.|
Thank you, EVERYONE who reads me. I hope you find this particular topic at least a little interesting. I'd hate to think I'm boring you with my blog stats! Do let me know in the comments here, if there's ever anything I've posted that you're sick of hearing about, or if maybe you'd like my "take" on something I've mentioned in passing but not "covered."
*****This Just In: I received an email that a PA gig I'd submitted my resume for had gone to someone else. I'm okay with that, and I appreciate the emails. But I went to the website to see what I still had out there, and I saw THIS (the first gig, status on the right), which I'd never seen before, and now I'm at least a teensy bit more excited than I was, say, ten minutes ago: