This was the Week that Was, Vol. 3

It’s been a relatively quiet week around here. I’ve done a bit of work, but the big highlight of the week is that we’re getting into the hot season of the year; yesterday was the hottest day so far, with a high reported locally of 96.4°F (35.8°C). I love my air conditioner – set to the recommended 78°F (25.6°C), you only notice the heat when you leave the area bounded by door curtains ;).

Today we got over an inch (250mm) of rain, and they’re saying that it’s going to be similar tomorrow with heat and then rain. With that information out of the way, onto the update 🙂

Posts I liked –

New Blogs I’m reading in Google Reader –

New blogs this week in the US Blogs community at BumpZEE –

On the blog, I posted about Salmon and pesto, told a story about a bit of karma in my life, and focused on two interesting websites – MyBlogLog and Alexa. I also shared a bit more of my life, including my recent lack of focus.

Traffic was pretty good for the week, with 120 visitors stopping by, including a couple stragglers from the massive Stumbleupon influx that lasted a little into last Monday. 🙂

This week, my aim is to comment on 10 to 15 blogs a day, keep up with other sites that I’ve commented on, keep track of things on here. Also, I am setting the ball in motion to make a major change in my life – something that should have happened about 7 years ago, but didn’t happen for no good reason. On top of that, I’ll have some items for this week’s Hump Day Hmm… – “The things I carry with me” – I’ll let you in on one thing – there are a couple of sayings, one is fairly logical, and the other one is totally mangled, but of my own creation. 🙂 I must not forget, too, to mention that the idea for this week was one from my good friend Snoskred 🙂

2 thoughts on “This was the Week that Was, Vol. 3

  1. I’ve visited and enjoy Reader Appreciation Project, one of your new blogs. Do you recall how you found your way there?

  2. Snos gave me a link to the post about iReply; I read through some of the other posts, and liked it 😉

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