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two millionth visitor

2 million visitors

The two-millionth visitor to this site came and went and we didn’t have a little online party!

Sorry.

I could make lots of pious, liturgical points about the inappropriateness of having a party (virtual or not) during Holy Week, and how the celebration has been transfered to the first possible day in Easter Week, but the truth is: I just wasn’t watching the counter. The two-millionth visitor to this site arrived on Monday, April 2. So, if you visited here that day – it was you!

You are now visitor number

since the launch of this site on Maundy Thursday, 13 April 2006.

Thanks for all your support, encouragement, prayers, and comments. This site is here for you – and it is also here with you. You make this site what it is. We are a virtual community. Thanks!

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12 Responses to two millionth visitor

  1. Wendy Lynne Efird says:

    Thank you so much! The fact that this site continues to thrive after what happened in Christchurch is, itself, a witness to the power of the Resurrection! Blessings!

    • Bosco Peters says:

      Thanks for the affirmation and encouragement, Wendy. If you look at the graph which is the image for this post, you will see a gap when the servers were down for the period when there was no power. Blessings.

  2. Blessings and congratulations, Bosco.

    June

  3. Claudia says:

    Congratulations.

  4. Josh Thomas says:

    Two million is an impressive number, but what makes this really stupendous is that you’re from a small country. You attract people from all over the world by your wisdom, expertise, humor and faith. This is some community you’ve grown here, Mr. Bosco Man!

  5. Caro says:

    Congratulations – a great milestone! Thanks for a great blog.

  6. Jennifer says:

    I’m sure visitors will keep coming here. I find it a like a cool breath of fresh air – much to ponder presented with humanity and courtesy. From the other side of the globe I send my thanks.

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