listed here, at the top of the page.
Determining the "Best" posts would be much like having to say which child you love most. (Easy - my first) So I went with the most visited posts. I also highlighted a pair of posts that make my EC uncomfortable - which will probably make her uncomfortable.
While reviewing the old posts, I did make a few observations:
1) My readership is composed almost exclusively of highly intelligent and very attractive people. Those who leave comments are all incredibly witty and insightful.
2) I am almost always wrong when I try and predict which posts will be commented on. For example: Trying not to throw up cheescake: 12 comments. Significant 10-part discussion on LDS standards as taught by the Apostles: Crickets.
3) Anytime I go back and read an old post, I find at least one typo.
4) Sometimes posts that are supposed to be funny aren't, but they are often saved by hysterical comments. Most of those who comment would be termed "hotties" in the modern vernacular.
5) More people have read my Profile page than any of my posts. Good thing it is a masterful work.
6) I have been actively blogging for six months now, and I feel bad that so many of you still don't have anything better to do either.
7) Still waiting for my thank-you note from President Uchtdorf.
8) I appreciate that you read my blog. It makes it much more satisfying. If I wanted to share my thoughts and have no one listen, I could just go home and talk to my teenagers.