Speaking of which, here are some amusing discoveries I've made since signing up with Sitemeter:
- I get an oddly large number of visitors who are looking for photos of Margaret Atwood. How many soulmates can one girl have?
- No one blogs on the weekend, everyone on Mondays and Thursday. I am no exception. Neither are my readers.
- Today, someone found me by Googling the phrase "songs to stalk by." This makes me so happy, but also reminds me to get started on Karl and my dream mix CD, with that aforementioned title. Full title: "Songs To Stalk By: A Soundtrack For a Lifestyle."
Speaking of the dream CD, maybe you guys can help out Karl and me. For a couple of years, we've been brainstorming (off and on) about a mix CD that would include songs that, if you really think about it, sound really stalkerly. The classic, as mentioned recently by Ariann, is "Every Breath You Take" by Sting and the Police. But there is also "I Will Follow Him," and that creepy "Right Before Your Eyes" song where the man imagines he's Rudolph Valentino and the other woman who rides the bus is Greta Garbo. Oh, and "Just My Imagination (Running Away With Me)" by the Temptations. We have more, but I can't remember, and we never write it down. So, I'll throw it out to the audience: recommendations? For a secondary soundtrack, how about songs that are about really unhealthy relationships? (Such as "Sometimes When We Touch (the honesty's too much)" by Dan Hill).
These sorts of things amuse me.