I want to thank all of you that have taken your time to visit the Vintage Teacher blog since its beginning on March 29, 2011.
I have to admit that one of the first things I do is to look for all the places my visitors are coming from. (The Feedjit Live posts and the blog statistics share visitor locations with me.) I have looked a couple of times today and jotted down a few of the places my visitors today have came from.
The countries shown have been Poland, Peru, New Zealand, Philippines, Australia, Spain, United Kingdom, Russia, United Arab Emirates, Bahrain, Egypt, India, Canada, and the United States. I have had more visitors from the countries of Denmark, Saudi Arabia, France, Ireland, Colombia, Indonesia, Brazil, Singapore, Peru, Romania, Croatia, and Malaysia since the original posting of this thank you.
Some of the U.S. cites have been Owensboro, Kentucky; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; Champaign, Illinois; El Paso, Texas; North Bergen, New Jersey; Tucson, Arizona; and Overland Park, Kansas (which is just a few miles from my home).
From Canada I noticed Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan; Brampton, Ontario; Sarnia, Ontario; Saint Catherines, Canada; and Sherwood Park, Canada to name a few.
This list does not represent all that visit, but just a few who happened to visit prior to my checking.
I want to take the time to thank everyone from all around the world for taking a little of their day to visit my blog.
It is my hope that as we share around the world via blogs, linky parties, freebies, etc. that the world becomes a smaller place with larger groups of friends.
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