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Recently, whilst I was browsing through my stats to see which of my posts had aroused interest I came across an unusual google search that had lead someone to my blog…

Keep Calm and Think of Cherie

I am not sure what to make of that, it could be interpreted in so many ways ;-)

29 Comments CherryPie on Apr 16th 2012

29 Responses to “Keep Calm and Think of Cherie”

  1. ....peter:) says:

    It is a fantastic painting of you Cherie… never mind what to think of it… just Keep Calm and say thank you to whoever it was….peter:)

  2. Claude says:

    You look so elegant, pretty, calm and warm hearted. Fabulous painting, Cherie!

  3. james higham says:

    Just checked that in Google and you occupy the top two places.

  4. Steve Hayes says:

    It’s a funny thing, what search terms bring people to blogs. One blogger wrote on that topic and found that the most common search term was “Eileen nude” followed by “What to do on Sunday when you’re bored.”

    I did an experiment, writing one on What to do on Tuesday bored or not | Khanya, but that didn’t work too well, because it has no comments, no “likes” and very few visitors. Tuesday just doesn’t seem to have the cachet that Sunday does. Perhaps I should write one on “Eileen nude and bored on Sunday” and see if that attracts the gawkers!

    • CherryPie says:

      My top hit for a Google search which had been going on since I posted in 2010 is for ‘weekend chocolates’. It brings up my photo which directs people to my blog.

  5. Jane says:

    That is a fantastic picture/painting. I hope you have that framed and hanging in your house.

  6. Petra says:

    Sometimes I can hardly find any correspondence between google search and my posts, it’s a bit weird… The “painting” looks great, photos can be used in so many ways :-)

  7. It’s a lovely painting of you. I often don’t get the google search either, but staying calm and thinking of Cherie sounds like a good one.

  8. Getting ready for the Ascot? ;)
    I’ve actually been there once, but horse racing is not really my cuppa tea.
    I prefer the Chelsea Flower Show! :)

  9. Chrissy says:

    I was quite happily swanning a long with my blog until a certain model with rather large assets emerged as Chrissy Marie. Some of the search terms are bizzarre and somehow I don’t think they find what they are looking for! Great image of you, very serene :-)

  10. It looks like a painting by Van Gogh.

    BTW, have you watched Homeland on Ch4? In the credits I note Cherrypie Productions. Are you branching out?

  11. Andrew S says:

    Fabulous image and an interesting technique. Would be interesting to see the original image. Maybe it’s about time I got into some of this digital techowizzardry instead of just point and click. Blogartistes Calum Carr and Jams O’Donnell/Sean Downey do interesting stuff with it. I need to get over my feeling that it is somehow cheating… Hmmm… No more cheating than a chemist such as me making a chemical that doesn’t occur in nature, I suppose… Sorry, I digress, as usual. Great image.

  12. Andrew S says:

    Oh, and next time I need to keep calm (which is very often) I will think of Cherie, and see…

    • CherryPie says:

      You have set me a challenge to find the original image… This rendition was the result of me pressing a button in an artwork program. No technical skills required by me!

      Nature just is and it needs no intervention from man…

      This picture is an artwork inspired by nature :-)

      I am curious as to the outcome of thinking of Cherie when you need to feel calm.

  13. Andrew S says:

    The outcome was neutral. I decided on a cup of tea instead. Your Zen Guru calming powers cannot reach me up here in Scotland (where we do usually need more extreme forms of calming, such as the chemical cosh and padded cell)

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