Since I’m nearing 300 posts, it’s time for another retrospective. These articles were among those most viewed, but more importantly, I thought they were good even when re-read.
This post, combining my explanation of the Scientific System of POOP examining with our move from one part of America to another has consistently been “most viewed”, and still is in weeks when I don’t post repeatedly. People love poop, and I struck an unexpected nerve. Still the Champion, and probably will remain so:
This post reaches the heart of people in generations who viewed this iconic film over and over every year: http://invisiblemikey.wordpress.com/2010/04/22/yellow-brick-road/
Apparently many people are interested in hypnosis, and enjoyed my story about my own involvement with it: http://invisiblemikey.wordpress.com/2010/05/20/adventures-in-woo-woo-pt-3/
My article about the power of niceness made quite a stir. I only wish our dog Lila had lasted longer in training: http://invisiblemikey.wordpress.com/2011/10/26/would-it-kill-ya/
There are obviously many fans of Dr. Who besides me. Many of them decided to view this: http://invisiblemikey.wordpress.com/2011/01/02/all-things-new-and-doctor-who/
People have long been interested in my examination of the iconography of the face of Jesus: http://invisiblemikey.wordpress.com/2010/03/31/commercial-icon/
My very first post was a review of a big movie: http://invisiblemikey.wordpress.com/2010/01/08/avatar-movie-or-theme-park-ride/
This was the story of the culmination and odd end of my aborted career as a professional actor: http://invisiblemikey.wordpress.com/2011/05/28/the-curse-of-catwoman/
Love and loss. Everyone who has shared both can relate: http://invisiblemikey.wordpress.com/2011/02/21/too-much-love/
This was my near meeting with one of my dearest sources of inspiration, one of the finest songwriters who has ever lived: http://invisiblemikey.wordpress.com/2010/02/06/joan-the-muse/
Our guide dog puppy-in-training, Spice, went into heat and had to be shipped to another state for three weeks isolation. You may not believe this, but her companion on the ride was a graduate female lab (15 months old) named Sugar. You can’t make this stuff up, folks!