Happy Leap Day

Posted by Claudia Moser on 9:27 PM in ,

Not only today is the 29th of February 2012, a leap day but it is also the day where I reached more than 36.000 hits on my blog. It is not much for some, but for me it is special! Thank you all for making it possible, I am a very happy woman tonight!



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I just wanted to touch base about the menu digital file giveaway.

You qualified to win a copy of the digital menu file (You were in the first 5 who commented), and I hope to email you the final files in the next couple of days.

May I have your email address?


Anonymous says:

Happy Leap Day! CONGRATS on hitting over 36,000 hits!

Wow! 36,000 is a lot. And you have a happy Leap Day too. I guess we are all leaping into March, one of my favorite months because my birthday and my brother's is in March.

Congrats Claudia. I'm happy if you're happy! You've got a great blog so I am NOT surprised. Hugs.

Wow 36,000 is a huge. Happy Leap day.

Congratulations Claudia, that's huge!

I think 36,000 is heaps!! So congrats - just goes to show how much your blog is loved :) xx

@Mandy - thank you :)
@Susanne - thank in, quite a nice number :)
@Belle - special month indeed, plus I feel the spring approaching :)
@Barb - you are such a darling, thank you!
@Luan - thank you, very sweet of you!
@Sarah - for me for sure, I know that some have thousands of hits per day, but I am happy with my blog as it is!
@Christie - thank you so much!

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