My Most Beautiful Post: I couldn't understand what beautiful meant to me. But my nephew and niece had come over for an amazing vacation and I wrote a post about Why Babies are Better. That was lovely and my nephew complimented me beautifully... he always does!
My Most Popular Post: I wish all. But in terms of statistics the one that did really well was the One about Study Habits (because it got over 70 comments and over 400 page views!)
My Most Controversial Post: I don't think I write controversial posts... maybe because I am a little scared to do that here! But something I thought would have a lot of mixed reactions was when I was targeting people on what they really mean when they use these cliches. But then it didn't create much controversy anyway!
My Most Helpful Post: None! I just do a lot of Yikkity Yak! But a lot of students got back to me when I wrote about Study Habits and could actually apply it to their study patterns and how much they could relate. So I was very happy after that!
A Post whose Success Surprises me: Just last week when I wrote about nothing to blog about. I loved the support and what every blogger thought that they could relate. I thought they would go like this "Oh, so this is the blogger who doesn't know what to blog about!" Didn't happen!
A post I feel didn't get the attention it deserved: Many! LOL! But the post which I enjoyed writing and din't get the attention I thought it would was this - What is your three something bad?
The Post I am Most Proud of: All! Yes. I love all my posts very much. They liberate me, make me happy and I just love them all. But then I have to pick one... the one which talks about finding my identity! And I loved the response too!
So, Phew... I thought it would be easy. But this was the TOUGHEST blogging thing ever. So, now for the evil act of nominating four lovely people... (Evil Laugh!). I wanted to trap Bill Dorman and Roy Ackerman but seems like others have already done that! So here goes...
- Samantha Bangayan: Her energy would do loads of justice!
- Muriel Jacques: A blend of British and French links would be lovely!
- Melanie Kissell: Lol... her sense of humor would be so much fun to read!
- Thom Brown: Because he is such a pleasure to read!
Looking forward to your posts! Also, others, do leave your seven links.. would love to read them! Good Day!