I’ve spent a little time with Numbers today. We are not close, but we are on friendly terms. We just don’t click the way that Words and I do. But, Numbers proved to be loyal and hardworking once again. He also brought his buddy Statistics to the meeting. He was a little boring for my taste, but I’m told he doesn’t lie.
Our collaboration and research brought forth the stats for 2016. With the data we discovered my top five blog posts for the year.
Drumroll, please (don’t).
From the fifth most-read post, to the one with the most readers:
A recap about a writing conference that I attended in Nashville, Tennessee. I called myself an outsider because it was a fiction writers conference and I write non-fiction (gasp!)
The story about a sight that stopped me dead in my tracks.
This post was part of the Five Minute Friday community where a group bloggers write about a topic for about 5 minutes based on a one-word prompt. I enjoy this challenge and participated 14 times in 2016. Thanks for hosting, Kate Motaung!
Apparently, a few of you can relate to the humiliation of public uncoordination.
(This was also a Five Minute Friday post)
Our brief stint on television. I cried in front of a bunch of people.
And the top post for 2016 was…
Chalk one up for love!
Thank you for taking time to stop over to christycabe.com this year. Your friendship and comments mean the world to me!
I like you a lot more than Numbers. But let’s keep that between us.