Hello, my friends! What have y'all been up to lately? I have been busy and a bit under the weather ...but hey, I can't complain!
For those who have a blog, if you look at "Stats" - at the very bottom, you can see the word "Audience"...if you click on there you can see the countries that visit your blog! (I only say this to you because I mentioned this to another blogger and she had never noticed it.)
You can guess that the USA would be the country that visits my blog the most, but what do you think is the second country that is listed? England? No, that is very often third or fourth on the list....the country that visits me after America is...wait for it...FRANCE! Ah, c'est vrai! Can anyone tell me why that is?
Very often, the French visitors to my blog outnumber the American visitors by 2 to 1! Okay, France, if you love me so much, how about someone from there leaving a comment? Pretty please?
Merci! ( I really need to do my post about my love for France.)
Okay, fellow bloggers, now look at your "Audience" and let me know. And may I just say, even if I only have a few visitors from a country, I truly appreciate each and every one! You know I do! (One certain blogger from Germany CONVINCED me to start this blog!)
Today is the last day of April, so I decided to turn it up to eleven!
I usually do ten posts a month but by doing this one, it makes it eleven. (And if you know about the movie, "This Is Spinal Tap", you will know why I am saying "turn it up to 11"!) NOTE- just noticed it is really 12 posts for me. never mind, I can't count, I guess! HA HA!
Hope all of you are turning it up to eleven these days and enjoying
life wherever you are...USA, France, United States, Poland, Germany, United Kingdom, Australia, Ukraine, Japan, Russia, Brazil, Israel, Africa, India...anywhere! (This is a list of the countries who visited me this week, in order of the most to the least!)
I have never been to France but when I am on the southeast coast of England, I am close! In the photo below, you can see the French flag displayed on the seafront, this is an International Market that they have there on the weekends with foods from different countries.