Ten years ago today, I launched my website and the blog that I named The Clog. With the idea that the internet dislikes a site that rarely changes, my goal was to do a blog entry each and every day. I’m happy to say, after 10 years, that goal has been met and will continue to be met!
So, here are some statistics for the past 10 years:
3,654 consecutive daily blog posts!
4,505 images posted on the web!
22,100 tweets sent on Twitter!
Cheers! And here’s to another 10 years!
Seven (7) is a natural number following six (6) and preceding eight (8). July 7th is the 188th day of the year and the seventh month of the year in the Gregorian calendar. There are 177 days remaining after July 7th. July starts on the same day of the week as April every year and January in leap years.
July, the seventh month of the year, begins astrologically when the sun is in the sign of Cancer. July is the warmest month of the year in the Northern Hemisphere and it is the second month of the summer season. The dog days of summer begins in July and it is named for Julius Caesar, who was born on July VII.
More Than Seven Facts About Seven
Seven is the 4th prime number.
Seven is the first Newman-Shanks-Williams prime.
Seven is the first Woodall prime.
Seven is the third Lucas prime.
Seven is the fourth factorial prime
Seven is the fourth Mersenne prime exponent.
Seven is the fourth self number.
Seven is the second lucky prime.
Seven is the second safe prime.
A group or a series of seven is a heptad.
The traditional number of Wonders of the Ancient World.
The figurative number of seas.
The number of chakras.
The number of basic principles of the bushido.
The number of points on a sheriff’s star.
When rolling 2 six-sided dice, 7 is the number most likely to occur.
Seven Seven … Happy Birthday to Me!
Where liberty dwells, there is my country. ~Benjamin Franklin
Boys, on career day, remember you saw this. And, girls, on your wedding day, remember you saw this ….
A luscious chicken liver mousse is always the hit of a fancy cocktail party and this is an especially good one. It makes a great hostess gift, especially welcome during the holidays or other gatherings.