The most popular uneasywords of 2019
Another year of blogging done.
Here, in reverse order, are the most popular uneasywords posts of 2019:
At number 9 is a post from November 2018 explaining how the paintings of Jack Vettriano inspired a musical theatre show: Swinging with the Singing Butler.
Number 8 is also from November 2018. Did the teenage William Shakespeare change his career and save his life in Lancashire in 1581? Where there was a Will.
Catch the number 7 by taking a ride on the 147 along the infamous Golden Mile at Blackpool. It is a very special tram named after an exceptional ordinary man. Ticket to pride
Number 6 is a September post harping back to a 2003 musical about a 1960s nightclub: Top Rank Groovy
The fifth most popular post is a lament for the decline of creative subjects in schools: All STEM and no flowers
Number four is the most popular post from the previous year, and clearly one that still attracts the search engines. How three schools became one: Hard Terms
Number three is the most personal of all the posts and another carry-over from 2018 when it was number two on the list. It describes the early diagnosis of our autistic daughter at a time when few people were familiar with the condition: Outside of the thinking box
Number two was a review of a new musical by Ian McFarlane: Around the World in 80s Days
And at number one. . .
Another 2018 post, and one that was almost not written and expected to rapidly fizzle into obscurity, but which has been viewed very frequently for nearly two years. It is a tribute to a little-known poet and lyricist: Betty Thatcher