My Top Ten Blog Posts of the Year

Hey Guys!   After an (almost!) full year of blogging,  I thought it would be fun to go back and see what my most popular posts were of the year.  (I’ve eliminated some of the very popular photos that weren’t really posts.)

10.  How I Got Over My (Very Public) Mistakes

9.  I’m No Victim

8.  Hate in the Name of Love, Bullying in the Name of Tolerance

7.  I Built This, Mr. President

6.  A Gay Dance Partner?  Sure!

5.  Hail to the Chiefs: Malia and Sasha Obama

4.  On This One, I’m Team Hillary

3.  Put a Ring on It

2.  I Built This, the Video

And the #1 blog post shouldn’t come as a surprise to any of my long time blog readers!  The blog that got the whole blog rolling was this one:

  1. Mr. President, When Should I Expect Your Call?

What will 2013 hold for me?  Who knows!  But I’m so glad to be taking this journey will all of you!

Happy New Year!

  • http://www.facebook.com/sixshooter P.J. Agnew

    ~ MERRY CHRISTMAS ~

  • David

    Bristol, I hope you and all of your Family had a very Merry Christmas.
    I hope 2013 is great year for you and your Family.

    Happy New Year !

  • http://FB Chricket Nichols

    Happy New Year Bristol…..hope 2013 is the best year you could ever have and all your dreams come true!!!!!

  • Merry

    Fun to read! Will you do more Breaking It Down with Bristol radio segments? They were so fun to hear.

  • Ishamael

    Great posts Bristol! Keep up the good work.

  • brittany

    omg what about the chick-fil-a one?

  • Thomas Hubbard

    HMMMMMMMMMMM, lets see what 2013 brings Bristol. Amazing so far in ending 2012 I see no nasty comments today,lets hope that they will see the light. I’ve had fun just kidding around with ya Bristol your a good sport. Well have a Great and prosperous New Year. I see good times a coming!

  • Kimberly

    I enjoy reading your blog and keeping up with the Palins. God Bless you and your family. Happy New Year.

  • Victor Miller

    I’ve enjoyed your blog ever since you posted your #1, as you termed it, and I look forward to seeing more postings. Sorry that I didn’t follow you on DWTS but I did read about it. I haven’t much time for reality shows or anything on TV for a few years now. Seems like a lot of the problems of our culture these days stems from the media distortions of reality, truth or morality.

    It’s such a joy to see that young people with critical thinking skills are taking notice and making positive life decisions for themselves and families. Keep up the good work and bless all those haters anyway, we all have sinned and we all have changed.


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