2014 in review

The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2014 annual report for this blog…So this was the year that was – in numbers and comparisons.  Perhaps more critically,  whether view by one or a thousand – I’m grateful that we were here together.  Happy New Year all..

Here’s an excerpt:

The concert hall at the Sydney Opera House holds 2,700 people. This blog was viewed about 15,000 times in 2014. If it were a concert at Sydney Opera House, it would take about 6 sold-out performances for that many people to see it.

Click here to see the complete report.


32 thoughts on “2014 in review”

  1. Happy New Year Mim!! How great that you’ve touched so many people in so many places.
    (How are ya for gas money?) Personally, can’t wait to see the tail end of 2014…so here’s to 2015!

    1. R,
      Tho’ we’ve never met “ditto ” your wishes for the end of 2014 and “double-ditto” Mimi’s wishes back to you.

      1. Jo…I’ve gleaned an amazing friendship between the two of you and I’m more than happy to meet you finally. I love this woman, and know you do too. I would like to extend my very best wishes for you and yours also…for a healthy and happy new year. R

      2. And I love the conversation between the two of you!! It just makes me so happy that connections can be made like this – and how lucky am I that it is prompted by such love? ❤

      3. I love it also Mim…and love that it seems such a natural thing to do…like meeting a new friend in an old friend’s kitchen. xo

  2. Always wanted to be part of a the audience at the Sydney Opera House. To be there 6 times when it sold out, now that’s mega cool. Didn’t I tell you, you write/orchestrate symphonies with your words? Wishing you a 2015 like no other and as always delighted, blessed, warmed and grateful for the company you keep. To the moon and back. Actually on the Big Island now and it does feel that far… Hugs to Andy and smooches to the Sirs. For you I’m saving my most special friendship hug. Aloha!

    1. Aloha Jo – you have no idea how much I am delighting int he knowledge that you are ‘living your dream’ right now. What a perfect place to begin a new year!! Thank you for your love and friendship and incredible bias!! Hug Ben for me, do a hula on the beach and know how much you are loved…

  3. My sense is that for and with you, Mimi, it’s not about the numbers. It’s more likely the opportunity that you have to share warmth and bring lightness into other’s lives. And you do this beautifully. Thank you for your gift of awakening and inspiring we who appreciate your encouraging words. Wishing you a new year filled with good health and many blessings.

    1. Hi Eric – you are of course, right on point. It’s not the numbers at all, it’s this incredible feeling that someone may have been touched by a post, heartened by a comment, connected to something when feeling completely disconnected. The thought that we can have that impact (for you most definitely do) is truly incredible to me. Incredible in the kind of way that makes you bow your head and perhaps shake it in disbelief. Not the numbers at all – on the contrary, even one is awesome. I hope 2015 brings you joy and good health, laughter and delight and abundant love.

    1. Ah Jan, thank you! Forty years it is – sounds like a stretch goal, but I like those! I’ve so enjoyed ‘meeting’ you this year! Wishing you the most fantastic experiences in 2015!!

    1. Happy 2015 Mark and my appreciation for your friendship, perspective and gentle humor is inestimable. I hope the new year brings all that you mention – for us all..:-)

      1. Only if you’d like to. I’m trying to adopt the practices of several of my blog followers…liking a whole string of posts at once. Kind of a requirement, I guess, considering my normal posting output. I believe you were one of the first to notice me when THE MIGHTY MUMFORD first appeared on these pages? special honor to you for YOUR KINDNESS toward this whippersnapper!

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