50,000!

The sitemeter says that I've had 50,000 hits on my blog! Number 50K was in Libya, using IE on a Windows XP in Arabic, among other interesting things.

Thanks to all of you who read my blog! I'll let you know when I hit any other interesting milestones (on my blog or in my life).

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  1. Your Blog was the first Libayn Blog I've seen on 2004 and will always stay on top of all other blogs
    god bless you inshallah

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  2. Congrats dear! I'm only a third of the way there.. now I have a goal!

    And if you see Tara, tell her to open her profile.. I can't find her blog because her profile is private... Or has she committed to actually making one yet?

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  3. A lot of my Wheelus friends are enjoying reading about life in everyday Tripoli, thanks to you!

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  4. Congrats KT! You are a wealth of information and love your sense of humor; a very gifted woman

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  5. CONGRATS TERI..this mile stone is a great reflection on how many people care about you and your family. not many of us can say they can count how many times people touched their life but you can. i can not wait to see where the next mile stone will take you. hugs holly and the kids....

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  6. by the way do you know that in just over a year you have had 40000 hits on your site.... can i just say ......WOW........

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  7. How about KT for PRESIDENT
    CHEERS

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  8. impressive indeed.
    this is my first time here and i really liked the blog,and WOW!!5 k!!,,interesting,,well i think i still have miles to go since i just launched my blog couple of weeks ago..
    Good work really
    see u
    Benghazi Citizen

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  9. Mabrouk khadija Teri.. raise that flag!!! :)

    happy million hits inshallah!! :)

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  10. I will take full credit for getting you to blog in the first place!

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  11. I will take full credit for getting you to blog in the first place!

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  12. Congrats, and a bientot, for the 5M. Really impressive.

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