Thank You, Internet!

Wow, Internet. I’m not sure what to say. It’s been a Day for me and my little blog.

When I got to work this morning, I logged in to check my blog stats, as I sometimes do in the mornings, not expecting to really see anything exciting…when I saw I had something like 100 page views already, just for today. That totally blew away my previous single-day record from 2011 of 46 views in a single day (at least half of which I’m convinced was spam).

“Whoa!” I thought to myself, and scrolled down to see the referrer links to see where all of you wonderful, amazing people were coming from. That’s when I saw http://www.newyorker.com in my list of referrers. “Is this a joke?” was the foremost thought in my mind when I cautiously clicked on the New Yorker link (because, often, you just don’t know, am I right, Internet?).

And then I saw this:

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THERE AT THE BOTTOM! THAT’S MY BLOG! THAT’S MY BLOG! THAT’S MY BLOG!

Whereupon I had to instantly call all of my near and dear and tell them the news in vocal registers completely inappropriate for the workplace. There may have also been semi-hysterical laughter and spontaneous hugging.

It’s really just been a crazy, crazy day for me and my little book blog. People have even tweeted links to my blog! Including Rebecca Mead, the one who inspired me to read Middlemarch in the first place!

tweetsAs of this evening, I’ve had more than 1,000 views on my blog today.

So really, I just want to say thank you, Internet, and thank you, New Yorker! I feel hugely honored that you all took the time to read my silly little emoji post, and even share it. Come back soon? (xoxo)

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10 thoughts on “Thank You, Internet!

  1. Anna

    I’ve stimbled over your blog through New Yorker too, and your interpretation of Middlemarch … let’s say my sides are aching now. So much I’ve laughed. Terrific!

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  2. Bjørg

    I will definately come back! I loved the humor in the emoji-post! So did my readers, as I re-posted it in my “column” with great stuf from the Internet, which I publish once a week.

    Reply
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