I’ve been reading some of the great posts by my fellow bloggers on the creative google searches that find their blog. Sigh…. I’m feeling left out. People who come looking for Heavenfield, well, they seem to get what they came for. Come on people… give me something to cringe at. I could use a little comic relief.
Search hits from the last two days:
Today: double monastery of whitby, king penda, columba of iona, voyage of st brendan the abbot, king clovis i genevieve, bede martyrology, the life of st aethelthryth, passover in ireland, st columba of iona day, consecration cross lindisfarne.
Yesterday: st patrick’s day, ely cathedral transcept, medieval kings, marti gras, anglo-saxon royal women, latin models, pictish symbol stones southern scotland, st ailbe, scott degregorio, brigantia map craven yorkshire.
This is really a very typical couple of search days. Some search terms like Columba, Aethelthryth/Audrey, now Genevieve, whitby, and ‘medieval kings’ tend to turn up almost daily.
While I’m happy that people continue to find posts on many medieval topics in Heavenfield’s archives, there is just nothing to make fun of here. I must be doing something wrong! The only time I’ve gotten close to humorous searches were all the variations of “green beer” that I got around St Pat’s day.