Ok - here's another question too! Only this one is actually directed specifically to a certain person - but unfortunately, I don't know the identity of said person.
Let me explain.
Some months back, I noticed some activity coming to my blog from someplace in Germany. Ok, lots of people land on my blog for whatever reason and by whatever reason, who knows. But this one from Germany, I noticed kept coming back -and back again and again -and what's more this person was definitely reading lots and lots of stuff on my blog. Not that I considered that all that big a deal because, after all, it is in the public domain so I can't say "Hey, cease and desist that!" now can I?
But by looking further I could also see how they found my blog. They had been googling my son's name and yes, it had come up on my blog and I referenced on numerous occasions to the effect that I have a son, his age, and name, etc.
I mentioned this to my son back then - teasing him about it because you see, when he was in the Army he was stationed for close to two years in Germany so I was teasing him that maybe he had a girlfriend there he'd never told us about -or perhaps, even more.
Well he -being like his mother - nosy, snoopy ya know - was curious as was I as to who this might be who was obviously looking into his activities over the past so many years or so. But, he couldn't think of anyone directly who might try to search for him via the internet. Well, that is until today.
I noticed first on the little thing on my sidebar that I'd had visitors from this or that region so I decided to click into that on my FeedJit page and there it showed I had a visitor from "Lauterbach, Hessen, Germany." When I went to my sitemeter, it shows that visitor as coming from Nordrhein-Westfalen, Meinerzhagen, Germany. Not only that, it also showed the search terms this person was looking for on my blog - looking for my son by name, then by "Clate's Girlfriend", then "Theresa" and finally, using the search term "Marion" as well. Ok, those first search terms made sense and I could see which posts of mine they had found using them - but searching on my blog for the name "Marion" had pulled up a blank for this mystery person.
So I called my son to tell him his stalker was back on my blog! I told him what I had seen that they were looking for there and the name "marion" too - which did register with him as he said he had dated two girls in Germany - one named "Miriam" and another named "Marion" and also that each girl had known about the other as well.
Which then also prompted him to laugh and say "Heck Mom, if they want to search for me, why doesn't this person just call me and get it over with?" Well, probably my dear, because this person doesn't know your phone number or doesn't know how to send mail to you here either, for that matter!
His response to that was "Well hell, Mom. Do a post and just put my phone number up there and say "Yo! You wanna talk to me? Call me at this number!" Ok, I talked him out of that idea - not wise to just post your whole phone number on the internet ya know.
But, if the party from Germany who is reading my blog, searching for information about my son would like to contact HIM, directly, if you would please send me an e-mail - you can use the e-mail address on my profile - just click on the highlighted area there that says "E-mail" and it will take you to a form you can use that will come directly to my inbox of my e-mail - and I will respond to you with his phone number and his mailing address as well!
I know - that old adage comes to mind here - "Curiosity killed the cat" - but he and I both really would like to know who it is who is looking for information about him -who knows why -but we'd like to know that.
And now, we won't call "Interpol" or whatever agency it might be to sue you and ask you to cease and desist. Read my blog all you want - heck, comment too anytime you please.
Neither of us has anything we're trying - or want to hide - that we area aware of anyway!
Help us solve this mystery will you please?