Did you find what you were looking for?

One of the WordPress features I enjoy is the “Search Engine Terms” referral list. It tells me what people were searching for when they found my blog. Yesterday, the list was kind of long.

Several people were looking for book reviews: The Magician’s Elephant, Flashforward, and The Church of Facebook.  I guess I owe the Flashforward searches to the television show.  I have not been watching, so I don’t know how the show is comparing to the book.  I did watch in the fall, and it wasn’t tracking with the book at all back then.  One person was looking for comments on Night by Elie Wiesel.

Another person was searching for information regarding 2 Corinthians 10:4, 5.  I had my own questions about that bit of scripture, so I’m glad I wrote about it if it helps someone else.  I first asked a question in the post, “Using 2 Corinthians 10:4, 5,” and I answered the question in this post, “Using 2 Corinthians 10:4, 5 (Part 2).” The whole question came to mind after reading Self Talk, Soul Talk.

A few people were searching for prayers and hymns.

Most funny to me is that EVERY day someone lands on my blog after having searched for “figured out Lost.”  I want to figure out the show as much as the next person, however, I don’t want spoilers before the finale.  I still want the story to unfold; I still want to be surprised when “all my questions are answered.”  (If they answer ANY of my questions, I will be surprised.)  My hubby thought he had it figured out before this season started, though.  Several people search for a picture of the rice krispy treat foot.  Believe it or not, every single day someone ends up here because they want to see this —

rice krispy treat foot
Our LOST Party cake

Yes, someone actually googled, “rice krispy treat foot.”  Weird.  If we have a party for the finale, what kind of cake/treat sculpture should I make?  What image symbolizes this final season?  Mirrors?  Smoke? (I’ll be back later tonight to live-blog the new episode.)

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