2012 was a good year. One full of ups and downs, for sure, but also one full of friends, family, laughter, fun, great adventures, and above all else, hope.
It was also my second full year of blogging — an exercise I still find enormously fulfilling, but just as challenging. As the new year dawns, I won’t make formal resolutions, but my unofficial goal is to be more disciplined about writing. Having all of you read my rambling musings and share your comments, stories and encouragement is certainly great motivation, and I appreciate your loyalty so much. You could be reading so much else on the web, and it’s a honor you choose to visit little ole me.
Here’s a little recap of Constitution Lane’s year in review:
In 2012, I posted 53 new posts and 435 new photos (phew!).
The most popular posts:
- London, Day 6: Downton Abbey…er, Highclere Castle, in the a.m. — July 2012
- South Africa, Day 5: Redressing the past. — October 2011
- A cure for what ails you. — January 2012
- Cooking Spree: Chicken Bog — March 2012
- On the road again. — January 2012
The top things you searched to find me:
You came from:
You visited from 52 (!) countries, mostly from the United States, United Kingdom and South Africa.
The most popular day to visit was January 14, when you read On the road again.
The post that received the most comments was London, Day 1: On Arrival.
It looks like I need to travel more!
On this eve of New Year’s Eve, I wish you the best in 2013. Thanks for reading, and I can’t wait to see what the year brings, for all of us.