High Strangeness: Hello Ukraine

Saturday, December 3, 2011

Hello Ukraine

It used to be that I could count on two things: the most pageviews of this blog would come from the United States, my homeland, and the second highest number of pageviews would come from Germany, where my daughter, Dxxxxx, lives. But suddenly Germany has been bumped down to #3, and I can't understand why.

Ukraine is now #2 more days than not, but I don't know a soul in Ukraine, and from what my Googling shows me, Ukraine is not exactly a hotbed of UFO activity. But this is the odd thing: my same daughter who now lives in Germany spent two weeks in Ukraine her junior year in high school (that's how I know that the country is called "Ukraine" and not "The Ukraine"). That makes her the only link between the U.S., Germany and Ukraine. Dxxxxx, if you're reading this (and I know you are, because of all my children you are the one who reads this blog most regularly {although I did appreciate my son Cxxxxx commenting the other day that I should grow a goatee like J. Allen Hynek's}), keep watching your back. I don't know what's up, but I'm afraid my blog may be dragging you into a web -- perhaps even a Vortex -- of high strangeness. We should Skype soon.

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