Monday, December 30, 2013

Yearly Wrap-Up - By the Words and Numbers

At the end of each year I like to spend a little time reading through old posts and noting - thanks to the statistics feature associated with the blog - which topics were well-recieved (and which topics weren't, for that matter) by you, my readers. I have always written and will continue to write in my own voice, and I know how important it is that my blog remain a true representation of who I am, but I want my words to reach out in a way that you find interesting and engaging.

On that note, here are the year's 10 most popular (based on views) posts:

This list does not include posts written for other websites or blogs, or posts written about the Washington, Illinois tornado relief and recovery efforts.

And here are a few of my personal favorite posts:

Thank you for reading, for following (if you haven't already and would like to do so, just click on "Join this site" in the "Followers" box on the righthand side of the homepage), and for sharing Chasing Roots with your friends and family. I am extraordinarily grateful.

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