You learn something everyday.
This blog uses WordPress site statistics, and it appears that early this morning someone from a country called Réunion visited Suzanne’s Mom’s Blog.
I admit to ignorance. I don’t think I have ever heard of Réunion.
So I looked it up. It’s an island in the Indian Ocean.
“Réunion Island (in French, La Réunion ) is a multicultural society composed of people originally from France, Mozambique, India, China, Madagascar, and the Comores. Islanders use their ethnic origins to define themselves as Cafres (African ancestry) Z’oreilles (born in mainland France), malabars or Tamouls (from Tamil Nadu southern India), Z’arabes (from Gujarat in northern India), Chinois (from China), Malgaches (from Madagascar), Comores (from Comores), Petits blancs (poor rural whites living in the highlands), or Creoles blancs (white landowners). The term Creole today also applies to people with a mixed ethnic background. All the residents of the island are administratively French citizens.”
Read more about Réunion here.
You might also send me your best guess as to why someone from this island a world away landed at this blog. Could the Réunion visitor have been the person who searched on the words “Arab mom blog”? Or was that the visitor from Bulgaria?
I love reading what people search on and trying to guess how they landed here. This is not an Arab mom blog or any kind of mom blog, but since I have “mom” and “blog” in the title and sometimes mention family from Egypt, Google decides to send folks here.