So I totally missed National Delurking Day this year. Mainly because on that particular day (I believe it was officially January 14th this year), I had slept all of two hours the night before due to a stomach-virus-plagued four year old, a needing-to-be-fed-constantly three-week-old, and a still-recovering-from-unbelievable-trauma tooth.
…Which would have made it the perfect day to ask you guys to do the blogging instead of me, but I wasn’t even together enough to get that far.
At any rate, I met so many of you nice readers last year when I participated in National Delurking Day, and I didn’t want to miss the opportunity to make more new friends this year, so I’m coming to the party, albeit a little late.
What does it mean to delurk? It means that if you’ve never commented on any of my posts before, it’s your day to comment and introduce yourself!! If you’ve been reading here long, you feel like you know me, but if you’re not saying hey back, I don’t know you – and I really do want to – just ask my other readers!!
So today is your day to say hello and introduce yourself. And don’t fear any lurker-judgement from me – over 80% of my readers are lurkers, and I love you all! Oh – and if you have a blog, be sure to link it in and I’ll come visit you, too!
(Don’t worry if your comment doesn’t show up immediately – all first-time comments go into moderation first, but I will to approve it quickly!)
And also, for both the lurkers and regular commenters, I’m going to try something new… I’ll admit it scares me a bit, but I’ve seen many other blogging friends do it, so I figured it was time that I put on my big girl panties, worked up my courage, and gave it a try.
If you’ve ever wanted to know something about me, my kids, my life, my beliefs, my philosophies, my opinions, blogging, homeschooling, the state of Alabama, the country of Bangladesh – whatever, ask it here, and I’ll see if I can answer them in an upcoming post.
(Although I might have to Google your Bangladesh question…or ask Ali – she has a strange obsession with Bangladesh.)
So introduce yourself and tell me a little about you, or ask a question, or both!
The answers to these questions can be found in three parts: