Friday, June 1, 2012

Rabbit, rabbit!

Flowers on Johnson Street, off Santa Fe Plaza. Photo by me.
Guess what? It's June! That means I have less than three weeks left at my internship here in Santa Fe. It also means it's time for another monthly recap of Semi-Charmed Kind of Life. Check out what happened on the blog last month:

My five most popular posts of May*:

  1. What I learned from Les Miserables. — May 10
  2. What goes through my mind in the security line. — May 4
  3. New policy on images. — May 18
  4. It is about the bike. — May 16
  5. Friday's Fancies: Week 12 — May 11
    *My Semi-Charmed Summer Book Challenge check-in posts were far and away the most-viewed posts of May, but I didn't count them in this list. It's still not too late to join! The challenge runs until September 1, and I have new readers joining every week. :)

    Other notable posts:
    • I celebrated my first blogiversary on May 27! I can't believe it's been a year already.
    • I also jumped on the "what's in your purse" bandwagon and showed you the contents of my everyday bag.
    • I shared my #photoadayMay Instagram pictures in two posts.
    • Finally, my "Bookworm humor" post from March has still been getting a lot of traffic. Must be The Hunger Games joke working its magic.


    Colette said...

    Speaking of your *Les Mis* post, did you see the newly released trailer for the movie musical adaptation coming out this Christmas? People online keep slamming Anne Hathaway as Fantine, but I actually kinda like it (the trailer is her singing "I Dreamed a Dream").

    Melissa said...

    Looks like you had a lovely month of May! I did a re-cap today too and was reminded of how awesome my month was. Great way to kick off summer!

    I really wanted to join your summer reading challenge but I'm already taking on so many challenges recently I don't think I'd do very well :( I think it's such an awesome idea though and love reading about it!

    Alyx said...

    Oh my gosh, I have a couple of posts about Hunger Games on my blog, and they still get tons of hits each day, thanks to my good friend google search.