A bloggy pal of mine (and many of yours too) posted yesterday about lurking or skulking, or whatever you want to call it. Her post got me thinking about Delurking Day (which apparently is long past for '09) and how I would love to know who some of you guys are that are reading. My oldest child is particularly fascinated by my StatCounter. He is quick to update me each day as to who has read what/where/when. This week he has been practically doing cartwheels over a couple of hits from Iran. He has it in his mind that it must be one of his dad's relatives, which alternately thrills and intimidates me. It does occur to me that I have voiced a bit of frustration about my hubby on here (these translators are pretty unreliable, I'm sure you've heard) but, that his family might be using my blog as a link to stay connected with us over here is a pretty cool thought.
Then I realized that there are a few folks that are reading pretty regularly, but, I don't know who you are. I figure that if you keep coming back, there is something about my family that you find enjoyable, if not and you're just stopping by to see what I've put out there for you to disagree with...then you're my mother. Kidding, sort of.
Okay, so after a lot of rambling and babbling, I'm pitching the idea of an unofficial Delurking Day and I'm asking those of you who don't usually comment to say 'hi' to let me know that you're out there. If you have blogs, I'd like to be able to check them out...we might just have something in common! If you would even consider letting us know what part of the world you're in, you will also make my son's day.