Getting around to my WordPress statistics page, yesterday morning, I noticed that the daily stats about my blog readership were getting around to some surprising numbers. There’s no getting around how odd these numbers were, as follows:
- There had been only ONE visitor to my blog,
- the blog had been viewed THIRTY-THREE times, and
- the THIRTY-THREE views were from the United States, New Zealand, Puerto Rico, Canada, United Kingdom, France, India, Belgium, Hong Kong, Kenya, Romania, Switzerland, and Germany.
When I was getting around to leave for the day, I got around to check my WordPress statistics one more time and there was still only ONE visitor and now SEVENTY-SEVEN views from even more locations around the world.
Wow. That one visitor of mine was really getting around.
Now I’m getting around to asking you this question: Were you my single visitor, yesterday morning? And how did you manage getting around to all those countries AND reading my blog that many times?
Now I should getting around to showing you the photos I took yesterday, as I was getting around to (1) a pacemaker clinic appointment at one major Boston hospital, (2) my work at another major Boston hospital, and (3) home. Because I’d finally gotten around to getting orthotic supports for my feet two days earlier, it was noticeably easier getting around by foot.
One of yesterday’s photos inspired me to title this post “Getting Around.” If you get around to guessing which photo that is, I hope you’ll be getting around to sharing that guess in a comment.
Because I was on “Quick Response” at work yesterday, which involves getting around the huge Primary Care Practice and responding whenever a patient needs the support of a psychotherapist, I got around to taking only one photo at work, which I’m now getting around to showing you for the second time:
Despite being on Quick Response yesterday, I got around to hanging up that getting-around double helix a patient had gotten around to giving me earlier in the week. If your mind is having difficulty getting around the significance of those going-around coils, here‘s a post I got around to writing my first week of WordPress blogging (when I had at least four visitors, judging from the comments there). If you get around to reading that earlier post, please get around to letting me know.
Finally, I’m getting around to ending this post, with gratitude to all who are getting around as best they can, including you!