The Peter and Gertrud Klopp Family Project

Reflections on Life, Family and Community

2015 in review

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The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2015 annual report for this blog.

Here’s an excerpt:

The concert hall at the Sydney Opera House holds 2,700 people. This blog was viewed about 15,000 times in 2015. If it were a concert at Sydney Opera House, it would take about 6 sold-out performances for that many people to see it.

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9 thoughts on “2015 in review

  1. krysiakorsak

    Wow, Peter and Gertrude…this reads SO impressively! Very well Done to you! I hope to resume fully my previous blogging potential in 2016 and wish you Both and all those nearest and dearest to you a Blessed 2016 with much a Joy, Laughter, and Happiness! It was wonderful to follow your Blog earlier this year, take good care and Best Wishes, Krysia 🙂

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    1. Peter Klopp Post author

      Krysia, thank you so much for your kind-hearted comment! I hope that all will go well with you and that you find the time to resume your blogging in coming year, which has already begun in Scotland. I have truly missed your posts and I must declare that I was little bit worried about you and your family even now, when there is much news about all the flooding in Northern England. I wish you all the best and God’s blessings for the New Year.

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      1. krysiakorsak

        Peter, thank you for your words… They have been a great encouragement to me all last year when I was blogging and setting out on this new path of connectedness. I am new to writing and poetry and it has been a real adventure and yes indeed I hope to continue now… Not sure at what pace but I aim to be balanced about it all, as I hope to take stock of all the many things I do and prioritise accordingly! Bless you for thinking of us in Scotland, we have been fine all be it ground sodden and saturated, and we live at the top of a steep hill so we are fine. Some poor folk have not been so lucky, especially Cumbria… 3 floods in a month… Also Peebles, Dumfries, Ballater up north have been badly hit and there is more rain forecast! Global warming, a strong El Niño… Something is certainly causing such weather extremes? Hoping you are warm and cosy and not affected by any extreme weather Peter? Our good wishes to you Both, take good care and a Happy and Healthy 2016, with a good sprinkling of Blessings! ⭐️💥✨🎉🎊😀

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