Passover II

Last year I wrote a post at Passover, mostly about the grief that resurfaces this time of year, because this is when Eric’s gathering pain and fatigue and confusion was finally diagnosed as metastatic cancer.  Now it’s Passover again and we had a Seder here on Friday night and it was lovely — delicious food, the usual lively reading of the haggedah, a sweet gathering of friends.  But this post isn’t really about Passover or grief.  It’s about search engines.

Because in the year since I wrote that post, the second most common search term (after my name) that’s led people to my blog is “Passover.”  And it doesn’t just happen occasionally, it happens several times a week, at least.  Really?  When I type in “Passover” in to google or yahoo, I don’t see my blog anywhere.  In what search engine is my blog post about Passover coming up as an answer to people’s search for whatever it is they want to know about Passover?

So if you’re here as a result of a Passover search, please, let me know how you got here.  I’m so curious!

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About Grace Mattern

Grace Mattern is a poet, writer, mother, grandmother, partner, friend, family member, gardener, triathlete, hiker and for 30 years was the Executive Director of the NH Coalition Against Domestic and Sexual Violence. She resigned her position at the Coalition on June 15, 2011 in order to concentrate on her writing, while continuing to engage in the movement to end violence against women as a consultant and advisor. Her chapbook Fever of Unknown Origin was published in 2001 and her full-length poetry book The Truth About Death was published in 2012.
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