The most common phrase, not surprisingly, is "just me donna".
"What can I do with old handkerchiefs" leads people to a post HERE.
"Barefoot everywhere" leads to THIS. Folks, if you were to see my feet, you'd keep your shoes on.
"Garrett Rasa" leads to a fairly recent post; often included in this search are words that let me know people wonder what led to a little boy's death. I've heard through the grapevine that the accident involved a stack of pallets there at the orchard.
"Oreo delight recipe". Well, that one is obvious.
"Deer tick bites" leads folks to a picture I posted of my tick bite.
"Bothwell mansion". This search takes people to an entry I did about the place. It's quite interesting; if you ever pass by there, you should visit.
"Round pen pictures". Those folks who use this search and accidentally arrive at my blog need to head on back to Google and find someone who knows what he's talking about. Our round pen was a little bit dangerous.
"Do banks make mistakes" lands folks on a blog entry with that title.
"Blue Springs Walmart" is a search that gets people to a rant I once posted.
"Claycomo Ford". I wondered, one day, whether the Claycomo Ford plant might be closed down. I think that's still up in the air, but Harley is definitely thinking about closing down their not-very-old factory near KCI.
"How long can a cold last" or "cold lasted 3 weeks" and other variations lead to an entry where I whined about a minor illness. I hate going back to an old entry that embarrasses me when I read it. I hate whining! By the way, I've always heard and read that if it lasts over two weeks, it isn't a cold; it's bronchitis or sinusitis or some other malady that can perhaps be treated with drugs.
I use Swagbucks as my search engine because of the rewards; before long I'll get a fifty dollar gift card for Amazon.com. However, it doesn't hold a candle to Google. So if my Swagbucks search is not satisfactory, I go to Google.