Who Knew?

I got an interesting email today. I never in my wildest dreams knew that my blog was being evaluated. If I would have known I would have done a little something to spruce the place up a bit. However here is the email that I received:

Our editors recently reviewed your blog and have given it an 8.0 score out of (10) in the Personal Blogs category of Blogged.com.

This is quite an achievement!

We evaluated your blog based on the following criteria: Frequency of Updates, Relevance of Content, Site Design, and Writing Style.

After carefully reviewing each of these criteria, your site was given its 8.0 score.

Who knew that when this thing started over 3 years ago we would still be going. It has been a great and interesting journey. Thanks to the fine people at Blogged.com for the compliment. I am humbled and honored to receive it. Thank you to all of you as well for taking a few minutes a day to read something I would write.


Arms Wide Open at Blogged


4 Replies to “Who Knew?”

  1. Jeremy

    that’s great… but where did you’re “heroes and saviors” post go.. .i was going to comment! … I hate it when RSS feeds tease me with deleted posts!

  2. Aaron

    Brain – You gotta understand. Anything above a “C” average for me is an accomplishment.

    Ernie – Good point. He does work in very mysterious ways. I was “this close” to deleting the email (along with about 10 that said I was due to receive millions of dollars to give to the charity of my choice from some lawyer in India) from my SPAM folder. Luckily I caught it. Thanks for being one of the regulars around here!

    Jeremy – Thanks for resending “Heroes and Saviors”. I just reposted it. It was lost somewhere between wordpress.com and godaddy and I didn’t think I was going to get it back. You’re the man!

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