I had a little look at the stats yesterday. I was a bit surprised to see that by far the most-read post of the last month was this one, about roast dinners; the top search term on Google was 'roast dinner' (I'm thinking the two things are maybe linked?!)
I went to Google myself and typed in 'roast dinner' to see what happened. I scrolled through 5 pages of results without finding my blog, so it seemed unlikely that such a large number of people would have found me that way. Then it occurred to me to try the images tab. Sure enough, there I was!
First page of results, 10th picture
But - why?! Are lots of people suddenly in need of pictures of a roast dinner, and finding mine particularly appealing? Or is one indecisive person in need of a picture of a roast dinner, and visiting over and over again while choosing whether to use mine? And can I find out if my picture is being used anywhere? And do I mind if it is?
Meanwhile, I'm very happy to see that another top search term on Google that leads to my blog is 'malteser' :) But others include '"king edwards" potatoes disaster', '"mobile phone contracts" + mummy', '"my glasses" or "my new glasses" site:blogspot.com', '"odd sock parade"', 'bus 128 sketch', 'photographing stockings' and 'the cat and owl and dog'.
Sometimes the internet can be very random indeed.