Monday Musings: A Red-Letter Day


Readers, both new and the returning faithful, you made my day on Sunday, February 7!  Thanks so much for stopping by in record numbers.  I was thrilled to see my Denver Broncos win the Super Bowl, but more excited to see these stats on my WordPress Dashboard:


The article entitled “Ghost Town Wednesday: Cayuga, Oklahoma” was “the bomb” apparently as 247 views were registered.  Within that article was a link to the Tombstone Tuesday article for Mathias Splitlog (second place in total number of views).  Since the beginning of 2016 Digging History has circled the globe with well over 6,000 views from these nations:


Thanks so much for your support and the encouragement to soldier on and keep writing.  I’ve been researching some great stories for what I hope will turn into a book about unique and unusual nineteenth century (Victorian era) headlines.  Stay tuned!

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Have a GREAT day . . . someday it will be HISTORY!

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