Thursday, December 24, 2009

Yippy, I made the million mark

Thanks to someone from Manchester NH for being the millionth hit to my blog !!!

5 comments:

cherylhotton said...

Congratulations Patty ! What an accomplishment .

Lib said...

Congratulations!
Blessins',Lib

eyelandgirl said...

It might have been me that was your millionth visitor, I am from NH, although many miles from Manchester, I was reading your blog late afternoon yesterday. I have been following your blog for quite a while, but I don't think I've ever commented, so I owe you at least this one. I am about the same age as you are, also enjoy simple living, my faith in God and your grandbaby pictures as I have a grandson myself. Thank you for all you do, and congratulations on your milestone of one million.

Emily said...

Funny, I was thinking I was the only one from NH reading your blog! Eyelandgirl, come and visit me online! :) I hope your Christmas with your family was a blessed time, Patty!

ddubois052674 said...

As Emily said, I thought that I was the only one in NH reading your blog! I guess we are all surprised. I've been reading for a couple of years and also feel a real connection. I live in northern NH, attended Seventh Day Adventist church with my grandparents as a child, and have relatives living in your community. I am also about the same age, have 3 children (two daughters and a son), an almost 3 year old granddaughter and a new grandchild expected in July. I came upon your blog by accident but just immediately felt that I some how knew you personally. And then when you shared your pictures and info from the Countryside magazine I was amazed once again. I'm sure that I had read that very issue as I was a regular subscriber during those years. You have come to feel like a friend to me and I very much appreciate that you take the time to share your daily life with us. Congratulations on your millionth visitor, you obviously touch many people.
Debbie

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