Friday, January 19, 2007


Okay, people, it's time to de-lurk!

Go post a comment and tell me something about your favorite activity. For example: "Hi. My name is Puddleglum and I enjoy fishing, but only if I can complain while doing it." Or: "Hello. My name is Joe. Long time lurker, first time commenter. Thanks for taking my comment. I like to garden because I somehow produce the biggest tomatoes on the planet." Of course, I would need some sort of proof of that. Perhaps a picture?




Whitney said...

HI! I am Whitney. I lurk on your blog everyday. I guess I enjoy my 5 kids. I'd really like to go to a big city and just want to wander and look at all the sites. (New York or Chicago, especially!)

Under the Sky said...

I am not a lurker, but I will post and say hello! :+)


Jen said...

Hi Carrie,

I'm Jen and I am a regular reader/occasional poster on TWTM board for years now. I'm also a NICU nurse and have been following your saga with Q since the beginning. You and the kiddos are in my prayers frequently. I love your blog!

Remudamom said...

Hello, I'm Bits, favorite activity is riding. Love to teach riding too. Known for dragging my big city friends along on trail rides that terrify them. Keep on blogging!

TheTutor said...

Hey there! I'm The Tutor (both here at Blogger and on the WTM Boards). I read your blog weekly or more (love the layout, btw). I want to be married to a famous screenwriter, so I keep lighting a fire under my dh's bum, but he has this hangup about having to work for something called money, so he doesn't have the time to write. Yadda, yadda, yadda. I homeschool four kids and make sure the house doesn't burn down, and look ... I'm writing. See.
But I digress.
I am here. I am reading. I am being inspired. Blessings to you all.

2lilreds said...

Hello! My name is Beth and I read here all the time and pray a lot. You inspire me regularly. My favorite thing to do is read, closely followed by cross stitching. I have two little redheaded girls, so I am 2lilreds in NC on TWTM boards. :-)

Doran said...

I'm a mother in transition
to a whole new situation,
with my two girls and my husband,
two young felines and some bird friends. What awaits us down this road?

We shift from farm to town life.
Though, I feel a bit like Lot's wife,
For I find a sudden longing
to stay on, yet I'm prolonging
a move whose time has come.

Right. So, I'm not planning on becoming a poet in my next life. Not sure what came over me there. :-)

Hi Carrie!! I enjoy your blog, but more than that, I admire deeply the woman that you are.


sleepy jeanne said...

Hi Carrie,
I'm a fellow homeschooler. Yours is one of the few blogs I read regularly. I post as erinjd on the WTM board.

Anonymous said...

Hello, my name is Andie and I'm a habitual read and mean to commment later after the kids are off the ceiling/in bed/not screaming and never get around to it-er. I'm so ashamed.

Amy @ the foil hat said...

Hi Carrie - I'm Amy (in Orlando). I always read your blog. I think you are absolutely amazing and your kids are so lucky to have you.

You know me. I love to make soap. I'm drowning in testosterone in my house.;)

Trivium Academy said...

Hi I'm Jessica. I don't always comment and I don't always read but I do think you're great!

What a
Jessica from Trivium Academy

Old Dominion Heather said...

I don't think I count as a lurker. Here I am though, waving from VA!

Missy in VA said...

Hi, I'm Missy and I lurk irregularly (during the day if my kids are letting me get enough net time, at night if insomnia is getting me). I love to read and followed you from WTM to get updates on Q and everything else.

Bob & Claire said...

Hi! I'm Claire, and I occasionally post on the WTM board as AFwife Claire. I've been reading your blog and praying for you and your situation since the beginning. I felt a kinship with you, since I was pregnant with my 5th at the same time as you, and I couldn't imagine all that you were going through. So I prayed, and still am praying.

I'm now pregnant with #6, and my favorite thing to do is read (if there's any extra time, LOL).


Pam in MD said...

Hi there!

Anonymous said...

Hey Carrie,
I drop by your blog every now and then to check up on you guys.
I pray for you often and wish you peace in every and all circumstances!!

Love, Verena

kalanamak said...

Regarding Ms. Smith. I'm proud to say I've never seen a picture of her, don't even really know who she is, and hearing her name had only one vague association. It was "large breasts". Don't know where that came from.
The "chatter" at work was brief, so it wasn't really big news to anyone but the media. The hospital, with 4000 employees, is a pretty good barometer for most of America.
So, you can rest on that matter.

kalanamak in puyallup