Biannual survey of what you are reading on my blog

If blogging truly is my therapy, it’s amazing I have not been hospitalized this past year. My posts are few and far apart.

Yet some of my recent posts have crept up into the top dozen for 2012. Other favorites refuse to budge from the list, particularly Charles Elmer Doolin’s invention of Cheez Doodles turned into art. The number in parentheses represents the rankings from six months ago.

  1. Cheez Doodles as Art (1), posted on January 8, 2011
  2. Breaking news from the Alamo: The horse is already out of the barn, posted on August 18, 2012
  3. “Nuit of the Living Dead” (3), posted on October 30, 2010
  4. Return to the Alamo: Please don’t gag the Daughters (Whose side am I on anyway?), posted on July 29, 2012
  5. Haunting the graveyard to unearth the past (6), posted on April 4, 2012
  6. Please put this song on Tony’s pony, and make it ride away(8), posted on July 25, 2010
  7. Susan Toomey Frost stimulates a second revival of San Antonio’s traditional tilework (4), posted on June 24, 2011
  8. Concrete Artisans Leaving Lasting Imprint in San Antonio (9), posted on January 7, 2012
  9. The Madarasz murder mystery: Might Helen haunt Brackenridge Park?, posted on August 4, 2012
  10. Ban the Banner (11), posted on August 8, 2010
  11. Ribbons of Gaudi-inspired steel ripple above the river (5), posted on July 6, 2011
  12. Grandma’s rusks refuse to be rushed, posted on February 9, 2012

Thanks for following, and am hoping to be more faithful in my postings in the months ahead.

Although maybe my readers are happy not to hear from me quite so often…

3 thoughts on “Biannual survey of what you are reading on my blog”

  1. I don’t remember being asked to vote in this survey. 😦
    Alamoment was my favorite..oh wait that was 2011. Never mind.


    1. Of course, was only a good post because of the incredibly useful word invented by “The Compoundium:”

      Alamoment: “The instant when you realize that you are about to be completely and monumentally screwed.”

      “The Compoundium” described that special Alamoment feeling:

      “A bright, crisp morning greeted James Whitesides (not to be confused with the Irish poet) as he rose from his post at the mission near San Antonio de Bexar. Texas had been good to him; the land was cheap and the humidity made his hair very manageable. The war with Santa Anna hadn’t even wrinkled his disposition. He took a deep breath and open his sleep-filmed eyes.

      And then he looked to the south….”

      And, Sarah, actually you voted along with other blog readers. The number of views per post are recorded and tabulated without bias by wordpress.


Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.