Wednesday, July 25, 2012


For those of you (all two of you) that have been reading Out of My Hat since the beginning, today is the six year blogoversary of publishing at Out of My Hat! Happy Blogoversary!

I was recently scanning past posts and have noticed that the more controversial posts receive far more hits (and a few more comments) than other posts. Religious posts get a fair amount of hits and few comments. I haven't done any "Favorite bible stories," "funny stuff"  or "What I like about..." posts lately (and probably need to).

I know that the demographics of readership has changed over the (few) years as Out of My Hat has found its own personality. I seem to have more younger readers than in the beginning but am still grateful for my favorite curmudgeons that continue to visit and offer their view points from a perspective that other readers have not yet attained.

This is my 19th post this month, making it the second most posts in a single month. I have enjoyed writing more often and will try to keep that up in the coming months.

For today, I'm going to take the lazy man's way out and just say--Thanks for reading. Thanks for your comments. Feel free to stop by and visit anytime.

John <><


Dan Kennedy said...


Congrats on the 6 years! I always enjoy reading your blog. I look forward to reading your blog for years to come.

Have a great day!


Big Sky Heidi said...

Happy Blogoversary, John! I don't often comment on your postings, but you can be assured that I do read and enjoy them.


Mike said...

I had to go back and double check when I started. For my blog it was 7-3-06. But that was my second start. I had blogged for about 6 months before that but stopped and deleted the old blog. Then a few months later I started back up. Which looks like it was just a few days before you started.

Duckbutt said...

Congratulations on this milestone, John!

Anonymous said...

John, I started reading your blog several months ago and have made many comments. I enjoy your posts pertaining to your faith in our Lord and Savior, Jesus. Thank you for your words of encouragement, guidance, and direction.