Wednesday, October 11, 2006

Here's something a little bizarre:
Every now and then, I like to look into my site stats and see how people are finding me. Usually it's from a link off someone else's blog, or mostly people visit who already know me and they've typed in my URL directly. But every once in a while, I get one of those weird Google searches that send folks here. It's always fun to see how Google takes random words and puts them together to equal--me. Just now I found out that I am the #1 result if one types in the phrase "Debi tied up". Number One, folks! While it's always nice to be number one, I'm not sure that this is one for the resumè...

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