***Most of my time this month has had to be devoted to my Facebook page. It was all I could do to keep up with it. Once I did the very basics and what I had to do to keep on living, there just wasn’t any more energy left to write a blog. Hopefully, this will not be the case in the new year.***
Since my last blog about popular posts on Facebook seemed to draw a lot of attention, I thought I would recap the most popular posts on my page in the month of December. There were quite a few that reached out to most of the 2600+ people who are now following my page.
Here they are in no particular order. However, there really wasn’t much statistical difference between the reach of each of these posts.
- Kind of a sarcastic start to our hit parade:
- A more uplifting one that I liked quite a bit:
- This one surprised me. It’s popularity really took off almost immediately after it was posted:
- Ain’t this one the truth? I was glad people got the point of this post. The pharmaceutical industry makes far too much money from the sufferers of chronic disease:
- We know who our true friends are. And we are so glad that they love us for who we are:
- This was one of my personal favorites. I can’t dance much anymore – really never could. But I really liked the spunk in this post:
- Doesn’t everybody love Charlie Brown? And this sentiment is really special:
- We are all just human. It just happens that we suffer from a chronic illness:
- A funny post that took off fast. And some of the comments were just as hilarious:
- I fell in love with this one as soon as I saw it. Laughing does help the pain go away, if only for a moment or two:
- Our moments on Earth are so precious and so fleeting we must cherish each and every one:
- No surprise here. A very perfect definition for chronic fatigue and a number of other chronic illnesses:
- And finally one that I am very proud of. This post linked to one of my favorite and most popular blog entries –
If you haven’t had a chance to read it, I hope you do. Click on the picture to enlarge it so you can read it a little better:
Have a very Merry Christmas!! And a joyous New Year!!
I’ll keep trudging along posting here to my blog and to Facebook at
and to Pinterest at