Saturday, June 30, 2007

10,000 HITS...........

BY REX
Custom Smiley HOLY CRAP............

CAN YOU YOU BELIEVE IT, THE COUNTER HIDDEN IN THE VERY LAST LINE OF OUR BLOG IS SHOWING 10,000 HITS!!!

THE OLD BLOG STARTED ON ANGELFIRE HAS BEEN COMPLETELY MOVED OVER TO HERE, BLOGGER. THE OLD BLOG HAS BEEN DELETED.

BLOGGING IS KINDA LIKE PUBLISHING A PERSONAL NEWSPAPER. IF YOUR NEWSPAPER HAS A BIG ENOUGH CIRCULATION, YOU CAN MAKE MONEY WITH ADVERTISING. I DAY DREAMED ABOUT THAT AND AIMED MY BLOG AT RV LIFE, HOPING TO GENERATE AN INCOME FROM ADVERTISING. THE 10,000 HITS GENERATED $10.92 IN INCOME. I FIGURED OUT THAT I'M NOT A PROFESSIONAL NEWSPAPER EDITOR.

THE MISSION STATEMENT REMAINS IN PLACE:

WE STARTED THIS BLOG IN THE SPRING OF 2006 TO KEEP OUR FAMILY AND FRIENDS "UP TO SPEED" ON OUR DAILY LIVES, LIVING IN A 34 FOOT CAMPER. WE USE THE "HODGEPODGE" APPROACH TO BLOGGING AND INCLUDE WHAT WE'RE THINKING, CUT & PASTE ITEMS OF OUR INTEREST, DAILY LIFE, CASINO STORIES, COOKING STORIES, TRAVEL STORIES, AND A GENEROUS PINCH OF BULLSHIT.

OF OUR FAVORITE BLOG ENTRIES, ARE THE ONES WRITTEN BY UNCLE HANS, THEY SURE HELP BREAK UP OUR BORING ENTRIES, AND HELP ENTERTAIN OUR READERS, ESPECIALLY REX'S FAMILY MEMBERS.

OTHER GUEST CONTRIBUTIONS ARE ALSO APPRECIATED, AND ADD VARIETY AND QUALITY TO THE BLOG. I PERSONALLY ENJOYED THE SERIES OF ENTRIES WRITTEN BY DELILAH.

SO THE BLOG CONTINUES. WHEN WILL WE HIT 100,000 HITS?

2 comments:

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