Saturday, January 12, 2008

Please, introduce yourself!

I read this at "My Best Investments" who learned over at Clare's Dad that National Delurking Day was this past week. I liked his entry so much that I let him know I was stealing it. ;-) So, without further ado the following is directly quoted from "My Best Investments".

"In case you're not familiar with how a delurking event works, let's first have a look at the definition of lurking. I found two:

Visiting and reading an online journal, or "weblog" without making your presence known to the owner of the blog

Using a gas range to roast marshmallows

Okay, so I just made that second one up. I'm sure there's some other word for that.Now that we know the definition of lurking, let me extend this National Delurking Day invitation:Feel free to come out of the virtual shadows and say hello in the Comments. And just like Darren promised, if you leave a comment and you have a blog of your own, I'll come over to your place and say hello, too."

Okay, so leave me comment and say, "Hi." :-)
Wendy Darling


Joanna said...

Hi, Wendy! I'm still new to your blog but I've 'seen' you in blog world.
Hope your Mom is feeling better. Sounds like you have been busy.

Princess LadyBug said...

Since I can't lurk anymore, I'm going to go roast marshmallows on a gas range. :P

MyBestInvest said...

Awesome. Thanks for the shout-out!

Have a great weekend!

Julie said...

I'm not exactly a lurker, but I'll say hi anyway. Hi!

Jen said...

I just found you through a comment on Pioneer Woman, but I love the delightful delurking idea.

Lisa said...

Well, now I've learned something today. I'm a "lurker". I love to blog and read people's blogs, just never really leave comments (and no one really leaves them on mine). I've often wondered if people besides the one's I send an "I've updated the blog" e-mails to read what I write.
I've enjoyed what I've read of yours and with your permission, will put a link to it on mine.

The reason I went to your blog was I know someone named Wendy Darling. But, I don't think you're her. But, I love the name. And I can tell you'll be fun to read.

Loved your "Sonic prayer".