My Unplanned Life…year in review

The stats helper prepared a 2012 annual report for My Unplanned Life. Those who follow the blog may find this data interesting. It lists information regarding how many people are reading the blog, which posts were the most popular, and where readers are living. I am able to see this information daily and still find it so darn fascinating that with a click of one button my blog is seen by so many people…in 108 countries! It’s still quite humbling. WordPress, the gatekeeper of the blog, sums it up nicely, with the data below, which I hope you will find interesting.

More importantly, I would like to wish all who read the blog faithfully and to those who stop by occasionally a Happy New Year. This past year you have touched my heart and enriched my life more than you know. Life is very busy and I appreciate the time it takes to read the blog and/or to post a comment. It’s your loving words that keep me writing. My 2013 wish is for each of you to have a year filled with love and a life abundant with health and happiness. Blessings always.

Here’s an excerpt and be sure to click on the link:

4,329 films were submitted to the 2012 Cannes Film Festival. My Unplanned Life had 42,000 views in 2012. If each view were a film, My Unplanned Life would power 10 Film Festivals

Click here to see the complete report.


About mswd

I am an individual living with a spinal cord injury. How the injury occurred, how I found out how severe my injury was and how my planned life suddenly became 'unplanned' is included in this blog. Also included is how the injury has tested my family and me. I believe you will discover it has been both a mentally and physically challenging ordeal and I learned a few lessons along the way. While I am still defining my life’s purpose since the injury, I have uncovered those who are injured, live with pain or have other obstacles to navigate are never able to escape. However, come with me as I explore ways to improve my life, learn to live with multiple neurological conditions, educate others and look for the silver lining. I believe with a little willpower, my caring family and God's guidance I will learn to forgive, hopefully forget how I was treated and dismissed by a doctor and uncover life's new purpose. I pray for painfree days and answers to questions that keep swirling through my mind. I also pray for a cure for neurological conditions and for the doctors to treat their patients with respect. Welcome to my journey. I would love to hear about yours!
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