Monday, 21 July 2008

Blogging Milestone...

Wooo hooo! I've made it past the milestone of 100,000 visitors. The blog is just over two years old, so it's not exactly a mover-and-shaker in Catholic blogosphere terms, but not too shabby for a blog by ordinary pew-fodder, without official function or some sort of professional writing career as a backup.

Fr. Tim (überblogger extraordinaire) did make disparaging remarks about the number of cat posts I had... Anyway, kudos to him and to fellow-überblogger Fr. Z, who have occasionally taken pity on me and provided links to spike my stats and get me to the 100,000 mark.

Anyway, my 100,000th visitor logged on from the town of Ayr, South Ayrshire, Scotland, at 7:53pm on Monday 21st July, 2008. He/she/it was using a Mackintosh with Win XP as the operating system... and made it to my blog after reading Fr. Tim's post on Pope Benedict XVI on the hermeneutic of continuity. Anyway, the lucky winner wins a prize... if they would like to make themselves known in the com box!

3 comments:

Mac McLernon said...

Heheheheh... you "win" a Hail Mary for your intentions...
;-)

Vincenzo said...

Congratulations!

Elizabeth said...

Well done, I think your blog is great.

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