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Thursday, January 11, 2007

National Delurking Week~




It's National Delurking Week Here in the Blogosphere! Please leave a comment and a Link to your Blog (if you have one). I 'd love to stop by and say "Hey!"



Don't make me send out the posse ;o)

24 comments:

darci said...

Hi Renee, I'm a total lurker..unmasked! ahh! :) I love reading about your beautiful family. We are a homeschooling family-2 girls, 6.5 and 4, and a new baby due in August. We dream of, long for, hope to adopt from Ethiopia after this one. (my hubby was born there, which makes it sort of neat!)
We use Sonlight, and I think that's where I found you. There you are, a lurker identified.
I am at www.feetontheroad.blogspot.com
I have to warn you, right now with this puky feeling all day I am a sporadic blogger. :) Darci

jodi said...

Just leaving a comment so you don't send the posse! :) This has been my first visit. Loved all the photos. Your children are beautiful!

Heth said...

Hi Renee. I have so enjoyed looking back through your archives and reading about your adoptions. So precious.

Anonymous said...

I'm here (-:
MP

thecurryseven said...

OK, I'll post a comment instead of just lurk...I love getting comments, but I'm so bad at giving them. We have 6 children (one adopted from Vietnam) whom we homeschool. I found your blog because adopting from Ethiopia is an idea that hovers in the back of my head.

Anonymous said...

Lurking from the other end of the world but signing in now!
Kay (NZ)

Tracy said...

I've been reading your blog for quite awhile now. We have 2 children adopted from Guatemala and we homeschool. We are looking to adopt from Liberia or Ethiopia this coming year...praying hard about it and definitely feeling led to. :) My blog is www.homeschoolblogger.com/homekeeper4him

Tracy

Anonymous said...

Your posse is too adorable to be a threat. ~Kay in CO

Karianne said...

You know, Renee, I don't think that I'm a lurker, but I can't remember if I've ever commented or not. I got to your blog through the AAI list when we adopted our little guy, right around when you went to pick up Wee Babe. And if I haven't yet commented, shame on me! I love your blog.

Anonymous said...

www.delrosarioadoptionsaga.spaces.live.com that's our blog. I love reading yours. Your family is beautiful.

the ewings said...

Love lurking on your site. Love your photos but mostly the sweet spirit of the Lord that pours from your heart! www.ewingadventure.blogspot.com
Chris

Chuck and Jenny said...

Hi Renee! I have become totally addicted to your blog. I think it was last week when I started at the beginning and worked my way to now, but I've been reading recent posts since September (I think). We are adopting from Ethiopia (www.bringbabyhome.blogspot.com) sometime this year and I think got your link from Heather and Avery. Like Chris said above, I love your stories and pictures, but especially your spirit.

Oh, and send the posse! Those cowboys are too cute to resist!

Jenny

Robin's Reports said...

I see your cowboy no longer has a fever. I guess the Gatorade & crown worked.

I saw a blogger named Curryseven. I feel so handicapped with being the Curryfour. :o)

I'm not a lurker. More like a stalker. ha ha

Auntie Robin

Anonymous said...

Hi! We are adopting two little ones from Liberia. Your blog caught my eye because one of my all time favorite books is Stepping Heavenward! :-) I have loved reading about your dear family! You can read about ours at

www.tuiningaadoption.blogspot.com

--Dianna

Cindy in GA said...

Hi Renee! I'm a blogless lurker from SL-land. :o) Your blog is one of my favorites to read; I check in often for updates on your beautiful family! You inspire me with your sweet, cheerful, and seemingly tireless spirit. I've prayed for you and your little ones often~

txmommy said...

delurking from TX
you have a lovely family!

c.l.beyer said...

I just stumbled on your blog today through this chain of sites: blog search > "pages turned" blog > "Writing and Living" blog > Heth's blog (I forget what it's called > your blog! I clicked on your profile randomly when I was looking through Heth's comments. The picture of you and your son intrigued me. Your children are beautiful. My husband and I have looked into adoption, and we pray that God works that out for our future family.

I'm a first-time mom of an 11-week-old boy and basking in the joy of the wonderful new life change. I see you have a newborn in the house, too. Congratulations!

I'd love to have you visit my blog if you're interested:
www.clbeyer.blogspot.com

Nevididi said...

Hi I decided to delurk. I've followed your blog for many months and although I have no children adoption is very important to me. I love coming to your page and reading some of your past blogs to read your testimonies of patience and trusting in the Lord. I came across your page at just the right time one day. I pray for your family often. God Bless

angie said...

You have beautiful kids! I have 5 bio kids and we just adopted a beautiful little boy. We plan to adopt atleast one more.

Sugar Creek Girl said...

I just found your blog recently and have enjoyed it very much. I homeschool and have 3 girls (7,5,3). We are hoping for another bio baby this year and then to adopt at least 2 boys from Ethiopia. I am inspired by your family and would love to know you! I also have 2 burning questions- how did you finance your adoption and what on earth do you drive? I am at toanaviator.blogspot.com

Anonymous said...

Renee, Just letting you know I am here.Stopped my blog until we get home from china w/Carissa.We hope to leave in 2 weeks! Baby girl is lovely! God has blessed you so! please keep us in yoru prayers..
Dawn
rubby slippers soon to be in China!

Mandi, Sean, Peyton and Dylan said...

Hmm, that posse is pretty cute...

I alwyas love reading your blog and seeing pictures of your beautiful family!

Mandi/hopin'andprayin'

Sebrina said...

Hi there: I am really enjoying reading your blog. My name is Sebrina and we are getting ready to travel to Ethiopia to bring home our two month old baby girl http://3littlebirdies.blogspot.com/

Anonymous said...

linked to you from your post on Sonlight! Lovely blog you have here! I used to really enjoy Laine's letters years ago. Blessings to you! cheryl/jcw333