Wonder who searched “explaining PDD-NOS to an idiot”

My blog is connected to Google Analytics, which lets me see all sorts of stats on who visits this blog. I like to look at “keywords” people use that lead to my blog. One term gave me a pause recently — On February 13, 2011 someone from Florida stumbled upon my blog after googling “explaining PDD-NOS to an idiot,” which is very curious because as of today, my blog doesn’t even come in the first five pages of results.

She (or he) browsed through several pages on the blog, but I don’t know if my ramblings were what she (he) expected. Too bad I have no idea of who it was, and whether that person found what she (or he) was looking for. I bet there’s a story behind it (isn’t there always?)


  1. Anna Rounseville says:

    Love the Geode photo, elegant.

  2. Anna Rounseville says:

    Hi. I didn’t realize that this posting was just floating around in cyberspace. Yes I did read some of your posts. I was the one who commented on how pretty the geode photo on your site is. I believe I was twice gifted in school but the giftedness got kind of clouded by my inattentiveness.I may have had ADD as a youth, and as I’m getting older the coping mechanisms just don’t work the same at 42 as they did at 20. So I’m taking strattera it seems to help. I probably was looking for information to help me process a diagnosis that one of my children got at school. He has an IEP and everything ot at school. the pddnos is such a vague category, and all the literature seems to not help much. Still getting the hang of this. I just wanted to let you know I’m a real person out there, and I don’t quite know how my comment got listed like this. but if it made you smile and helped you. I’m glad. feel free to write, my e-mail is listed somewhere too. Mrs. Anna Rounseville (ARounseville@Yahoo.com)

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