Monday, November 1, 2010

RUSSIA?

I admit I am one of those Bloggers who look at the statistics. I need at least one other person reading this or there is no reason to publish it. I could just hit the "save" button and keep it for myself. There aren't too many people writing about Cancer on these blogs and I am trying to remove the generic from this experience. Its my cancer, my voodoo doctors, my experience, my battle and my survival. This is the way I did it. I'll try that LINK again! IF this works it will take you to another blog where I describe all this in real time as it was happening to me. It is over now, a war fought well.
The statistics are pretty cool actually and very detailed. Someone from Russia is looking at my writings! How cool is that! In 1958 as a child in elementary school we had drills and had to hide under our desks, a feeble attempt at survival in the event of a nuclear war! Now they read our blogs and we theirs! That is how friends are made.
This statistical map turns green when there is activity from a particular country and with more activity the darker the green; no activity and it remains white. We get to know who is looking at us and when they are not. This would all be an easier experience if we got into the habit of leaving comments then we would know what is interesting and what is not.

7 comments:

  1. ok, Jerry what ever it is you do. I'll follow. close it , keep it open.. so now does that feel better that someone is here? stop counting followers, thats not what I think of when I write.. all I care about is getting it down so that when I'm old,feeble and wearing purple. .. (halfway there already) someone might read it to themselves or read it to me.. and I'll be saying "who? Barbra Joan who?"

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  2. Thanks, Barbra, no purple for you, they will discover a new red for you! I know, I know, the blog is for me, but I still look on the map to see if Scotland is still there, I can find Russia on the map and what a thrill it would be to discover an African country!

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  3. You keep writing it Jerry and I'll read it...

    I followed your prograss on your AW blog, but, as you know, couldn't reply there..:-)

    Best Wishes Buddy!..

    Terry Bassett..

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  4. Terry, thank you so much! I like the interactive nature of this blog and am just discovering how to use it.

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  5. Scotland is on the map Jerry and so am I here reading and listening stop counting I read every day even on the days I do not comment. Now you my brother need to know I care.

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  6. Ralph, thank you! it is, after all, your blog that got me to blogging again!

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