I have not had a new post for a week now. The name of this site is I Was Asked
, so I have been asked to write about some topics and I am currently preparing those posts but they take a bit of research so that I am sure that I am giving you truthful facts.
The last post about HAMBURGERS was effectively a delurking post. I did see comments from all of my regular readers and a couple of new readers. Mary P. got me thinking about alternatives to hamburgers and several of you pointed out that home cooked burgers are the best.
About a month ago I added Site Meter to this blog site. Site Meter tracks who accesses this site and what web page they were on that provided the link to this site. It also shows who reached this site through search engines and what key words were used in the search.
I have not spent much time analyzing what pages people reached this site from but I do find that almost every time I make a first time comment on someone else's site I get someone who "checks out" this site by clicking on my comment.
The most interesting thing I have found is the searches that find my site, in particular the words that were searched on that yielded my site.
Here is a list of search engines that people used during the past week:
google.com.ph (( Philippines ))
Here is a list of key words that were used for searches during the past week (comments in double parentheses ((...)) are my comments):
moral punishments of abortion
roman catholic priests get married?
diocese phoenix priest medical retirement age ((I don't know the answer to that one.))
canon law age to make choices
catholic church doctrine and ectopic pregnancy
rhythm method of calculation ((Oh, I hope this person read about NFP instead of Rhythm.))
cannon law on priest not being married ((BOOM! cannon vs canon law))
palmer method cursive
pictures of unbaptized infants ((Now what was this person really looking for?))
paying for birthcontrol pills
catholic church barrier methods contraception
church vs. abortion
abortion and catholics
catholic emergency baptism
about sterilization in relation to catholic beliefs
dante the devine comedy and jesus
priest who leave to get married
catholics believe limbo is
dispensation from celibacy
archdiocese of detroit
rules episcopal priest marriage
OK, well I found those search topics interesting. Obviously I have been writing about things that people are interested in, but I credit you readers with asking for those topics.
Happy blog reading. More soon.