I'm trying to keep my business, my triplets, and my waistline under control. I excel at one of those, fail at another one of those, and one is a work in progress. Which is which is day dependant.

Tuesday, October 9, 2007

The Great Mofo Delurk 2007

I'm blaming the fact that I missed this event last week on time zones. Nobody can ever figure out the time difference between here and anywhere else, so it stands to reason that I might miss out on an important blogging event. Besides which, I've been a bit busy at the moment. So you'll forgive me that this post is technically 6 days late. According to my site stats, you people are all over the world...and since I don't know anyone currently living in Malaysia, here's your chance to say hello. De-lurk. Come out of the "I can't possibly leave a comment on emzee's blog!" rut and press the comment button.

Introduce yourself! I don't bite.

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Ed's note: for what it's worth, I don't write this blog for comment purposes. In fact several times I've outright asked for commentary and haven't gotten it. I don't take it personally, especially since I rarely comment on other blogs myself. Still, it would be nice to know which if you is hiding in Dubai.

4 comments:

Christine said...

Hi,

I'm not from anyplace exotic (Indiana, in the States), but I do read your blog regularly. I'm mom to almost 2-year-old triplet girls. Best of luck with the new cake business!

-Christine

emzeegee & the hungry three said...

Hi Christine,

Thanks for commenting! Indiana counts as exotic to me because while I grew up in California, spent some time in Colorado, and visited the East, I never made it to the middle! Thanks for reading my blog - and congrats on your three beautiful girls. I promise you, it *does* get easier (...okay, maybe not easier, but definetly more interesting.)

Michelle

the baker's wife said...

Ooh, I LIKE this! I can't wait to see who is out there, too. I'm a very guilty serial lurk-er...
I'm in sunny south FunkyTown. 'Funky', for short, but it's actually Frankston, to the locals. It's in Melbourne, Australia. And not particularly funky at all. I have grander aspirations.
Love ya blog.

Schmutzie said...

Thanks for joining in!

What's funny about this de-lurking thing we started is that, although my comments went up by over 100 times, my lurkers went up 200 times on de-lurking day.