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Alrighty then!
Hey, Lisa :o)
I always enjoy reading your entries.


Well, you know me as a lurker sometimes commenter...I know what you mean though...who are these folks that read our blogs? Comment, people...Lisa does not bite!


75,000! Wow! I'm impressed!

I have an occasional visitor from Matthews, NC, as well. I wonder if it's the same person. Mine has never left a comment, either.


Hello, Lisa! I read every day - you know that I do.

I am impressed just like Vero!


Doesn't it bug the shit out of you when so many people lurk? I've got a few that won't reveal themselves and I just wonder what brings them back.
Anyway.. you know who I am. And I know you know my IP but I thought I'd just drop another comment in case the numbers change (they sometimes do)
Happy Friday! :)


Hello Lisa,
I check your site everyday for a update. I did comment once, way back. I found your site through Loretta's. I think you are a talented writer and look forward to your stories.


Hi, Lisa! (Waving)


Well, you know I'm your pal in the land of fruits and nuts, AKA California. Contrary to popular belief, is not always sunny here.


Sometimes I comment, sometimes I lurk...but I enjoy your blog either way! I'll try to be a little less of a lurker, 'kay?


Hi Lisa,'
I do lurk, but try to read your blog everyday and really enjoy it. Glad you found a job you like. I am just not much of a poster, just like to read and keep up on things.


Congratulations on crossing 75,000 hits. Could intimidation be the reason that they do not post, but only lurk? I am glad to see that you are still maintaining your BLOG. It will give me a little taste of the states as I suffer through another tour in Italy, lol. A piu tardi bella!

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