Sunday, November 19, 2006

I'm joining the RevGalBlogPals in THANKSGIVING DELURKING
WEEK. I'm thankful for those who read this blog and comment. If you are a reader but don't comment, you are a lurker. How about leaving a comment this week?

The RevGal blog ring is so big that many of us can't keep up with all the great blogs contained in our on-line community. If you don't go to a blog, you can't comment.

You may be reading this blog and others but not leaving a comment. I don't comment on all the posts I read. Sometimes I have nothing to add to the blogger's post or can't think of anything to say. On those occasions, Cousin PPB suggests leaving a stone "(O)" for the blogger.

Let me know if you are out there. I can't see you through the monitor.

Your Pal,

St. Casserole

42 comments:

QuakerPastor said...

QP was here ;) (0)

chartreuseova said...

Hi, I pop in now & then.
I always wondered what PPB's trail of (0) s through the RevGals blogs meant. And now I know.

Gord said...

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BLessings to teh kittens and the puppy (although not much of a puppy anymore I would guess)

DogBlogger said...

(O)

Susan Rose, CSJP said...

(O)

Cathy said...

Dear Whistle and Fish,

Need help bad.... my new owners say I have bad breff. Come to my aid over to my Mom's blog.

Psalmist said...

Sorry, I keep chuckling over the (O) thing. Vaguely resembles Charlie Brown saying, "I got a rock." 8^D

Mary Beth said...

Wait, wait...you can't SEE me?

!!!

:)

Happy Delurking week to one of my favorite bloggy friends!

Anonymous said...

(O)

Gannet Girl said...

I always enjoy reading your blog, so I'm happy to delurk!

the reverend mommy said...

Dearest St. Casserole,
You are THE first RevGal that I found in this great big blogosphere and I want to tell you thanks -- for your beautiful spirit, for your sense of humor and for your courage. You mean a lot to me, personally and you are an inspiriation.
AND you have great cats.
=o)
Theresa

Princess of Everything (and then some) said...

~laffin~ You know I am always here!

Quotidian Grace said...

I'm so thankful for your welcoming me to the blogosphere with the very first comment on QG! I feel like we've been through a lot together after last year's dreadful hurricane season. Over at Will Smama's place some commenters raised the idea of having a RGBP mission project to Mississippi. I think it's a fabulous idea that we could get the board to approve and coordinate through an agency like Presbyterian Disaster Assistance. What do you think?

Happy Thanksgiving to the entire Casserole household!

Preacher Mom said...

I'm here on a regular basis. Just sometimes forget to drop my "rock."

(o)

Elaine said...

(o)

rev maria said...

I don't get out much, but I'm glad to be able to visit this morning. :-)

Happy Thanksgiving!

Anonymous said...

Greetings - love your casserole dish by the way - among my favorites in cookware! :)

Deb

ppb said...

Hey, I'm really excited to be named as a cousin!

Anonymous said...

I pop in here from time to time. I love your postings about the cats.

Vicki from Ottawa Canada

Stacey said...

Here I lurk; I can do no other.

Hi St. C! I'm reading. Thank you for writing!

Anonymous said...

(o)

Mark Smith said...

Happy Thanksgiving!

Remember to give Whistle and Fish some turkey!

Muphinsmom said...

(o)

Psalmist said...

Rosie & Jenny here, delurking to greet our cat cousins Fish & Whistle.

We take back every unkind thing we ever said about our dear, sweet, generous human slave, Psalmist. She finally took your advice and bought us some Greenies cat cookies. You cats have excellent taste! We didn't know Psalmist went around to every grocery store she could and nobody had them. Who'd have known Walgreen's would? An excellent store. Our breff is sweet as can be, we love our human, and all is right with the world.

Yours in good feline dental and gastronomic health,
R & J

P.S. Psalmist, it's time to stop blogging for us and give us more COOKIES!

Magdalene6127 said...

Love your blog-- (o). You are a regular part of my blogosphere landscape!

Blessings for a happy Thanksgiving...

Mags

Lorna said...

I visit often - just don't always have something to say

but I can mark the spot (o) and wish you a blessed thanksgiving.

I can only begin to imagine how hard the 15 months since Katriina has been - but I'm glad to have been able to read some of your thoughts as you've processed.

at the end of the day we (all) have a lot to be thankful for - even though God does work in unexpected, strange and baffling ways.

be blessed

hipastorzwife2B said...

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Thankful for you.

Pink Shoes said...

Often read, always appreciate, rarely comment. Thanks for writing!

aBhantiarna Solas said...

Stoppin' by ... love reading your thoughts! (o)

Sonja

Purechristianithink said...

Thanks for writing!

1-4 Grace said...

You've been blogged/posted/ Whatever?!?
(o)

mark said...

here am i!

T said...

Im guilty of lurking here so thought Id pop in and say hello!

The Vicar of Hogsmeade said...

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Anonymous said...

I am a caucasion, capitalist, heterosexual, married American male and PC(USA) pastor (for the moment, anyway) with orthodox/Reformed theology. Yet, I still regularly read this blog. glampig

hipchickmamma said...

i love your format and blog!

blog on!
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lutheranmom said...

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SingingOwl said...

WOW! Almost 40 delurkers!

I'm in awe. Happy Thanksgiving, St. C.

Stacey said...

I don't know that I am technically lurking, as I think you know I read your blog and I comment once in a while, but I enjoy the delurkage idea. So, hi! Happy delurking week and Thanksgiving and whatever other week it might be. Thanks for blogging, and for just being your generally fabulous self!

Revem said...

Let me push you to 40 comments

(o)

Your April fools blog, about your name change, was the first blog I ever read. You have been an intergral part of me becoming part of the RevGal community.

Thanks

Christine said...

Thanks for all you do for the ring and for the King. :-) Happy Thanksgiving day.

Kathryn said...

I would have said something, truly I would, had I not been on the other side of the world....But you know that I read you anyway, - I just wanted to say that I'm thankful for you and for your blog.
Hugs xx