Interesting search terms

I think it’s fascinating to see what search terms sometimes lead people to my blog.

Some I understand, some, though, make me scratch my head, and I feel compelled to go to Google to figure out what post they ended up at.

Like this one, from this morning:

Where to find tulle in Houston

I’m really sorry to the person that visited my blog via that particular search string, because clearly I have no idea where you can find tulle in Houston.  I hope you found a source.

(And for the record, the post that that search phrase brought them to was my post about my journal quilt that went to Houston.  It had a layer of tulle).

Yesterday, this phrase had me laughing a bit:

are piano recitals really important

Again, I’m pretty sure my blog didn’t help with the answer, but for the record, I would have to say that yes, I think piano recitals are very important.  I think it’s important for kids to take the time and effort to work on a particular piece of music enough that it is suitable for public performance.  I know that I’m not teaching concert pianists, but I think it’s important for the kids to have a chance to show their friends and family the fruits of their labor.

Better get cracking, more quilting to do!  Quilts to bind!  Messes to clean up!



  1. Kay says:

    What do you use to find the search terms people use? Just curious. I used to have Blog Patrol, but they shut down, at least temporarily, and the one I use now doesn’t provide that info.

  2. myolivebranch says:

    too funny suzanne, i’ve been keeping track of the odd things that brought people to my blog too. makes you wonder doesn’t it?!?!

  3. carlafibers says:

    Oh Suzanne, I love to read these too from time to time! They are pretty funny. Right now, I’m getting a lot of hits from Google images searches.

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