About a year ago, Sass & I were talking and I said, "I won't put ads on my blog until I get like 100 followers." Well, Sass, thanks to you, and your call out, I went over 100 the other day, but still am running ad free.
The other day, I went over 100 followers. I'm now @ 106. That blows me away. Oh, sure, a couple people are double counted, and a good number of the followers are no longer active. But still…
I am honestly amazed and honored that each of you comes over here whenever you do. Thank you very much. These are the 8 people who pushed me over the brink:
|jenn @ Perspective Required||Jane226|
|Momma @ MommaKiss||Tara|
|Melinda Arnold @ Melinda Arnold||Stephanie @ Happiness Is...Jesse|
A special shout to M.I.S. (whoever you are, I tried to find you, but your avatar doesn't have a link) who was my 100th. And a "Hey" to Beth Sudlow, a close friend of mine for +20 years.
The Liechtenstein & Luxembourg chronicles continue. Since I last posted about them HERE, I still have gotten a hit from either of these countries. But I did get my second hit from Malta. Go figure.
I was thinking, "You know, a lot of people might not know much about these countries". So here is a little info for you. Hey, mjenks isn't the only one who can edumacate ya.
Liechtenstein is a "principality" ruled by a prince. Luxembourg is a "grand duchy" ruled by a grand duke, not a 'grand douche' like 'The Situation' from the 'Jersey Shore' show.
Liechtenstein & Luxembourg are both 'land locked'. This should not be confused with myself & Cora being "lip locked'.
Liechtenstein's unofficial motto is "Meat in the Switzerland / Austria sammich." Luxembourg's unofficial motto is "No, we aren't Belgians."
Liechtenstein is located totally in the mountains. Like West Virginia. And in a strange coincidence, Liechtenstein is the largest PRODUCER of false teeth in the world, a product much in demand in West Virginia. Luxembourg's largest export is T-shirts with the phrase "De-Luxembourg!" emblazoned on the front.