Thanks to Rachael from Tales from the Village for this idea. If you have analytics on your site, which I do, you can track what searches people used to find you. I've often cast a cursory look at the keywords people have used, but boy have I been missing a trick.
I wonder why anyone would want to know about Chilprufe children's vests, a nightmare I remember vividly from my youth. Those I think must have been the woollen vests Ann Derry's mother forced her to take on a pony trek in Jill's Gymkhana. Ann buried them in a hedge.
There was a rather sad search on "nobody loves me enough to buy me a unicorn", which poster must have become all the sadder if they read some of my more trenchant posts on the subject of the unicorn.
Hopefully the people who searched for Black Beauty, far and away the most popular route to this blog, were a bit happier with what they found. Goodness knows I've done enough posts on the subject.
I am intrigued by the person who searched for Chosen by a horse bad review. Did they want their opinion confirming?
Quite a few gardening related searches come up too; wild flower compost, compost, lavender hedge... and they must be disappointed as the only gardening posts I do are me moaning on about the state of the garden and my complete inability to get on top of it.
Quite what the people searching for Marmite made of me feeding it to the hens goodness knows.
I bet the five people searching for hard driven pony girls were a tad disappointed when they arrived on this blog, as was the person looking for mallory sex.