Wednesday, 18 September 2013

Expect Some Changes

As you may have noticed, this blog has been on vacation. A very long vacation. But I had some thinking to do; some decisions to take – about this blog. I came close to deciding that I would no longer write here. Then I thought about it some more and I felt that a slight change  in direction might do the trick. You see, I felt that my posts were becoming a bit bland; a bit too factual and serious. It’s time for occasional doses of quirkiness; for less of the past and more of the present. So expect a few changes around here. I just hope you’ll like them.

Incidentally, I’ve been getting between three to four hundred hits a day on this blog.  I haven’t attracted any new readers nor have I noticed an increase in comments. It’s quite strange as I cannot trace the source of all this traffic. I’m not complaining, of course and hopefully, it’s a positive thing. Have any of you experienced anything similar?

That’s all for today from a very windy island.

Salib tal-Gholja, Delimara, Marsaxlokk (81)


  1. I love your watery image - such a beautiful shade of blue!

    Good luck with whatever changes you make to the blog. You live in such a special place. I very much enjoy reading about its history. But if you need to change it around/shake it up a bit, that's good, too.


  2. I look forward to the changes, Loree. I expect they will be quite worthwhile.

  3. Hi Loree. It's been a while. I wonder what those changes will be.

    Have a fun weekend! :)

  4. Ciao! I have had a little bump in my numbers but not those numbers!
    Hoping it's visitors not just weird foreign marketing spam stuff. I don't know.
    My number of followers is the same on Google. Who knows?
    Anyway, I love seeing Malta but I have a hard enough time keeping up with my one blog, can't imagine
    trying to do two! looking forward to seeing what you decide to do! :)

  5. You know me, I like quirkiness any time!

    You must have a post that is popular to the search engine..but that traffic is quite a good number!

  6. Well I've enjoyed reading your posts even if I haven't commented Loree.

    Glad you're continuing.


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