Good evening/morning! I’m enroute from Seattle to South Florida in a coach, non-exit row window seat (I’m an aisle guy, because I like to get up about a dozen times per flight), which is what I get for booking my ticket home for Christmas day-of. As if that’s not awesome enough, I’m spending my Christmas at a Hyatt Place with my dogs. Don’t be jealous…
Fortunately I have a fully charged laptop so I’m doing my best to stay entertained thanks to Gogo, and part of that entertainment included going through my Google Analytics page (which I don’t check more than once or so a year, since statistics aren’t my motivation for blogging). Anyway, it looks like year-over-year my readership has grown by about 65% (which is surprising to me, given that I’ve been blogging more or less since I was in middle school and wearing velcro shoes, or something like that).
Anyway, while I realize those of you that have been around for a while already know this, I did want to share the ways below that you can connect with me:
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As always, thanks for reading, I really do appreciate it! And happy holidays — hope everyone’s travels are safe and comfortable, and that you all get some time off to spend with your family and friends! And for your families’ sake, I hope you’re not presented with the opportunity to bump off an oversold flight. It sucks to have to choose between airline credit and your family. 😉