Monday, July 09, 2007

Housekeeping

I just checked the list of permissions from this blog and noticed that some people were not there who I'm almost sure I put there. And the list seems shorter than it once was. I don't think you can remove yourself from reader status once you've accepted an invite, so I'm wondering what went on. I'm not sure why I'm posting this, because obviously if you can't read my blog you can't read this, but... weird.

Maybe that's why I'm not getting many comments anymore. Ahem. I'm happy to entertain you with tales of hats and woe, but it'd be nice to know if anyone was out there reading...

9 comments:

Alisha said...

I'm reading, I'm reading! And laughing...I loved the "I don't make sense" post. :-)

organizer2003 said...

no, no, don't stop!! I check in pretty much every day to see if there is a new entry. The hat one a couple of days ago had me in TEARS, I was laughing so hard...

DH & I have a much different lifestyle, and the baby is 24, 6'2" and lives on his own, so I don't usually have much to comment about.

I DO read, I promise...
:)
Phyllis

jkberg said...

I'm reading! Don't stop! I know we're kinda neighbors so I enjoy reading about your life, such as what you share.

whsamet said...

I too tend not to comment, but love the blog. Please don't stop. I promise, I'm out here.

uberimma said...

Oy, Wendy, not only have I not sent you your yarn, I have a small collection of baby food jars sitting on a shelf to send you too...

Rua said...

I usually don't comment, but I check the blog a lot. In fact, you are one of my favorites. I've noticed the non-comment thing lately as well, and I even felt a little bad and thought that I might leave a comment to say that I read from you, but.... What can I say? Keep writing please.

Israel Mom said...

Me too!
Reading but no comments - sorry about that ...

Please keep posting!

jasmin said...

You know me... I tend to take the time in clumps, to luxuriously read a whole big lot at once.

LeahChaya said...

Finally catching up on a month worth of reading . . . but a new baby does that . . .