Nope, I didn't rename a chick or get any new animals.
Nor did any of my current animals go missing.
I do not have anyone or anything in my life named Enugu until now.
I have a little widget (look to your left) on my blog that tracks visitors and where they came from.
This morning, I see that I had a visitor from Enugu---thus the "Where in the World...." title.
Enugu (pronounced ay Noo goo) is in Nigeria.
I don't know how long the person that popped in from Nigeria stayed, but I'm fascinated.
How cool is it that someone from half way around the world dropped by, if even for a second?
So many folks, including myself, say that the internet will be the downfall of us all.
It's a time waster.
It has so many, many bad things on it.
Both are true.
But just like humanity, there are good folks and bad folks.
There is good on the internet too.
I wouldn't be nearly as smart (and annoying) if it weren't for Google.
I would never have had a great New Mexican adventure.
I wouldn't see Jenna or my nieces and nephews faces with Skype or Facetime.
I wouldn't have been able to research my mom's ALS and feel informed as to what was going on with her disease.
I wouldn't have been able to reconnect with old friends and make new friends on Facebook.
I wouldn't be able to watch videos of kittens or catch missed episodes of Downton Abbey or The Big Bang Theory.
I wouldn't be able to send out or receive, instantly, prayer requests from friends and family.
A friend would not have been able to keep in touch with her husband while he spent a month in the interior small towns of India for work.
My list is silly and serious.
All of it is true.
If it weren't for the internet, I wouldn't know that someone from Enugu, Nigeria had visited my blog today.
Have you had a good experience or a bad experience with the thing we call the internet?
Has the World Wide Web served you well?
For my visitor from Enugu---I'm a bit jealous of your forecast for rain in the next week.
However, I'm not ready for those temperatures yet.
If you see this post, please respond. I'd like to say hello.