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Delurk Hey people, apparently it’s official DeLurking Week!!! I’ve seen this a few places, but I got the graphic from Paper Napkin. I was going to save this for next week, and if I don’t get much in the way of responses, I still reserve the right to do it on Monday — even if it won’t be official. However, if you’re a frequent visitor of MotherReader, take the time to say “hi.”

My blogroll buddies are excused since I know they come by and comment. And believe me, I do appreciate it.

Special and unrelated thanks to Fuse#8, who made me realize that I could use the labels for comedic value, thus totally solving my lazy labeling issues.

23 comments:

Emy said...

Hi! :)

Virginia said...

I've got ya on my bloglines and check you out every day! :) So I suppose I should delurk....

Emily said...

Hi. I'm a frequent lurker here. Nice to meet ya.

Mindy said...

I rarely comment, but I always read...

Abby said...

*waves*
I've got you bookmarked and check frequently for updates. Thanks for blogging!

Anonymous said...

admitted lurker squints into the light.

thanks for those mornings my coffee got cold,
-annette simon

kate said...

I've been lurking here for a couple months now. You're cool!

Cindy said...

Hi from a retired Ohio school librarian.

Michele said...

Even though you've excused me (and I'm not a lurker), I'll say "Hi" anyway, 'cos I'm polite that way... *grins*

Lady S said...

Okay, that's me. I am a lurker, too.

I came here first for your book gift ideas and I have stayed for your great writing.

Kaz said...

I think I may have commented enough to not be a lurker, but just in case there's any doubt... (/me puts on Elton John-esque costume complete with hat and glasses, jumps up and down and waves and sings out) "Hiiii!!!"

I always enjoy your blog!

Grace Lin said...

I'm a lurker, too (I was so honored and happy when you mentioned Year of the Dog as one of your favorite books of 2006). Thanks for brightening my daily blog reading experience!

ND Reader chick said...

In the spirit of de-lurking, I say 'hey' I have been reading you for a few months now and rather enjoy your posts.

Lady S. said...

I've been excused too, but might as well be a lurker these days, because of self-enforced, essay-writing exile! So just popping up briefly to say hi and thanks. Especially thanks.

(Saw the earlier 'lady s' comment and wondered if I'd already done this while in a state of sleep-deprived comatosity!)

Elaine Magliaro said...

I always check your blog at least once a day. I think I may have left a comment or two for you in the past. Then again, my memory isn't as sharp as it once was. At my age...I sometimes can't remember what I ate for breakfast!

Hello from one of the Blue Rose Girls.

Liz B said...

Hi!

Jen Robinson said...

Though I'm not a lurker, "hi" anyway!

Leslie said...

Hi from a fellow mom, school volunteer and part-time librarian. Love your humor and honesty!

eisha said...

psst... hey, it's me, eisha... just lurking around, lurkity-lurkity-lurk-lurk-lurk...

Gwendolyn said...

Hi, I know I am late but it is hard to keep up with all this delurking going on.. You can imagine how much longer it takes to read all your blogs. Love the reviews.

Andrea Beaty said...

Hello! I wasn't actually lurking, but my cloaking device was accidentally engaged so nobody could see me. My very bad!

Great blog!

Andrea Beaty (one of those Three Silly Chicks)

Moxie Mom said...

Always here, but must admit libraries scare me.
So intellectual. So I usually just read.

:-)

Anonymous said...

Hi from a lurker in New Zealand. We're on Summer holiday here so catching up on you and other lit blogs after being away.
I'm a huge lurker.

polly sparkles