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National Delurking Week 2010

As most of you are aware, it's NATIONAL DELURKING WEEK 2010.

It's exciting because not only is it a National celebration but I get to learn and see more about who's reading my blog.

I know there are a lot of you out there that just stop by from time to time, others that stop by more often and a mixture of you that leave comments.  Either way, I appreciate your continued support, even if it's the silent kind.

Being that this week has once again come upon us, I wanted to reach out to you in hopes that I would once again find out more about you and maybe what you like most about my blog.

So, I have a question for you... Something simple that won't take much time to think about.  Something that should be easily shared publicly...


What's your best memory of 2009?  Somewhere you went, someone you met, a picture you took, a moment with your family, a purchase, a movie, a lipstick, etc....




And as always, tHaNk YoU fOr ReAdInG!!!





And if you don't want to respond to that question, you are more than welcome to ask me something about myself... I'd be happy to answer a question from my readers!!

Comments

christina said…
I'm here! My most favorite moment of 2009 was seeing a positive pregnancy test! I'll never forget it and will always remember our little angel who we lost the week before Christmas.
Julia said…
Hi there! My favorite memory of 2009 was getting married!
Hey girl hey! I'm here, you know I am here commenting. I have a question for you, hope its not too personal but I was wondering why you and hubs have tried IVF or if you're considering it? Fave memory from 2009...my good friend's wedding in KC, good times, good friends and LOTS of laughs!
Allison said…
The birth of my daughter. I will never forget the moment I met her.
Alyson said…
My wedding. 2009 was a great year for us. So excited about 2010!! Its going to be a great year for you two too! :)
the grumbles said…
just delurking to say hi!

my best moment was the birth of our son. typical and boring answer! if you ask me next year it will be, "that time the bloggess commented on my blog" because, OMG!
Molly said…
Probably my son's first birthday party. 40 of our closest family and friends came to share in our big guys day and I thought it was so amazing!
Jeannie said…
Hello there! My favorite memory of 2009 was becoming a mommy!
mrs.leah.maria said…
I'll turn the tables. What was your favorite memory?
hopefuls #1 said…
My favorite memory of 2009 was when my husband and I started going to church regularly. We're going just about every other Sunday and sometimes every Sunday. It's something we've been really bad about doing.

My husband sang and played the guitar at a church in their contemporary service for about 5 or 7 years. We live almost an hour from that church now and it was just too hard to go there on a Sunday and not spend 5 hours of our day doing so...

We took a break and then we just couldn't decide where we wanted to go.

We're back on track now, for a while now and it feels good. Really good.

Thanks for asking me Leah!
Andrea said…
I'm here! I just started reading your blog a few weeks ago. I found it through a link from another blog. The name is what struck me - I knew exactly what it meant before I even clicked. My husband and I have been trying since August 2006 so I know exactly what you're going through. It's nice to know we're not alone.
Wendy said…
One special memory from 2009 was taking a family vacation, just the four of us. We went to a favorite place from my childhood, and watching my kids play in the same lake that I played in when I was their age was really cool.
mrs.leah.maria said…
That is an awesome memory!
Hola! My favorite memory? Lila.

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