January 11, 2008

Time for delurking

Kris Bordessa, who blogs at Paradise Found, home schools, and writes nifty nonfiction for kids, says it's Delurking Week so I believe her. Having made so many invisible friends through this blog, and from leaving comments at others' blogs, I like the idea of meeting, and getting to know, new readers. Now's your chance, before I break into song like Deborah Kerr and Marni Nixon.

So whether you're a regular reader (in which case, thank you, thank you, thank you) or the people looking for answers to "what to do when somebody steels your account on stardoll" or "what would you do if your farm was taken away after world war 2" (I'm sorry, I don't have any suggestions for either situation) or the person at GreekGoogle looking for "the golden book of chemiSTRY experiments DANGER" (leave a comment below with your email and I just might be able to steer you in the right direction) or the folks from Rancho Cucamonga and Alamo, California; Brooklyn and Bangor; Regina and Saskatoon (why, you're nearly neighbors!); not to mention Cyprus, Costa Rica, Warwickshire, Milan, Tokyo, the Netherlands, Belgium, Dubai and Durban, please stop in and say hello.

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