I just happen to blog in English mostly, a choice that pushes the relevance of Seeds Aside far outside the native French blogosphere (given the French dismal disability at other languages). At the cost of relevance too, since I have no grip at any specific audience (and botany is mostly for people who want to marry), no specific communication goal nor am I interested in modern issues (well, beyond real life interactions, and that’s fair enough). So if you’re reading this and were not looking for some stuff on internet because of homework for tomorrow, that basically means you’re a friend of mine. (If we’re not yet, please consider we are by now).
So, English was a choice toward internationality. Which resulted in an American leaning readership. (A gross two-third of people passing by.) (A little bit of stalking let me know their* six “regular” readers, but I’d rather substract two best friends and my partner, and I happen to have lost the main reader three years ago).
Then, since I also take life as a random walk, interesting things happen. My current location make it even more relevant to American people. It is scientifically demonstrated, since I found this in literature itself. Seeds Aside is fully relevant to American people! Just look at this:
Oh, the guy was only speaking of volcanoes. So I guess there’s no need I begin to write about local plants. Is it? And should I wait for days of superb weather too?
*Hey even I can make grammar mistakes! :)