Monday, July 25, 2005


Out of curiousity, I'm wondering how many people actually read this blog of mine! If you've read my blog at all - whether I'm aware that you have or not, give a wave hello as a comment to this post. It doesn't matter if you know me at all or have a blog of your own or any of that. I'm just curious.

(You don't absolutely have to, but it would be nice. :) )

Love and Light,


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi, Bunny!
Guess who...

26/7/05 8:43 AM  
Blogger Howie Luvzus said...

You are on my blogroll!


26/7/05 9:46 AM  
Blogger Joe G. said...

Yes, I read your blog pretty regularly. Have you thought of adding a site counter so you know how many hits you get each day?

26/7/05 10:12 AM  
Blogger Martin Kelley said...

But I'm not a lurker if I leave a comment!

26/7/05 10:30 AM  
Anonymous Jonathan said...

I read your blog, and I commend you for writing it!

26/7/05 2:41 PM  
Blogger Danny said...

i'll admit that i haven't read every one of your Gathering posts. i hope that doesn't mean i'm unworthy of lurkerhood.

26/7/05 2:52 PM  
Blogger Amanda said...


I'm here. And I did read all the gathering posts. So there. :)

- Amanda

26/7/05 5:28 PM  
Anonymous Cathy said...

I read it!!!!! I don't have any Quaker groups nerby, plus I don't drive. So the internet is my meeting house. I'll admit I'm a bad Quaker too.

26/7/05 7:42 PM  
Anonymous Robin M. said...

Still reading!

26/7/05 8:53 PM  
Blogger Rob said...


28/7/05 9:08 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

i am a lurker X 600... but i love you a lot!
-l wood

28/7/05 8:54 PM  
Anonymous Tamzin said...


29/7/05 12:03 AM  
Anonymous Mark said...

I read it and enjoy it a lot!

29/7/05 8:31 AM  
Anonymous Craig said...

I read it, Claire. Keep up the good work. My partner and I are NCYM-C folks...Friendship Friends in Greensboro.

God's peace!

29/7/05 1:49 PM  
Blogger Claire said...

Hello all, and welcome!

Thank you to those who read the Gathering posts, and to those who have not! (It was a lot, I admit.)

It's wonderful to know that my posts aren't being forever lost as echoes in cyberland.

Thank you, Friends!

Love and Light,

(Any other readers/lurkers, feel free to comment here, still, if you haven't yet.)

1/8/05 12:36 AM  
Blogger Liz Opp said...

Here I am, checking in after annual sessions at Iowa Conservative.

Liz, The Good Raised Up

2/8/05 12:05 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I lurk on your blog.

I was drawn in by the FGC recap, since I may be heading there in '06, but have never been before. I was greatly moved by your account of the week, and I've stuck around since then.

Keep up the good work =)

-Dan Tappan (Pacific Yearly Meeting Young Friends)

11/8/05 9:47 PM  
Anonymous Lucy Duncan said...

Hi Claire,

Yeah, I read it to. Thanks for posting all this, there's lots that read it, I know, and it's great to hear more of you voice.

Keep on writing and listening.

-Lucy Duncan

13/8/05 7:48 PM  
Anonymous Quev said...

I followed a link from Martin K.'s site to your blog. As a relatively new Friend (and a relatively old young Friend, depending on whom you ask), I'm enjoying reading your entries.

16/8/05 12:09 PM  
Anonymous Alice M. said...

Hi Claire :)

"Public Quaker" blogger (though not been moved to blog for over a week!)

16/9/05 4:26 PM  
Anonymous Brooks Anderson said...

Thanks for your blog, i am a retired college counselor and grandfather. it is nice to hear young people think through complicated spiritual issues

13/10/05 2:05 AM  
Anonymous Karen McKinnon said...

Claire, Andrew alerted us to your blog in Meeting and I am finally getting around to reading and appreciating you - as always. Meeting is going well - cannot wait for you to see the renovated space for middle and upper students in the old meetinghouse. Open for all the meeting to use except during first day.

Hope you are well and getting the most out of every day in college. Cheers, Karen McKinnon

7/11/05 5:44 PM  
Blogger Zach A said...

I'm a reader. (:

Have you gotten involved with NEYM YAF activities since you've been in Mass? I used to be (recording clerk at one time) but I was gone last year and I haven't plugged back in yet. They have a midwinter retreat coming up, as you may know (which I can't make sadly).

29/12/05 12:02 AM  
Blogger Johan Maurer said...


19/1/06 8:40 PM  
Blogger quakerdave said...

**waving with enthusiasm**

And adding you to my blogroll.

10/2/06 10:24 PM  
Blogger Kody Gabriel said...

I've read a bunch of your posts, and enjoyed them.


24/4/06 6:03 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi. I'm an attender of meeting in Washington, D.C. and just looking around the web for more info. on quakers. I liked your post about how to answer the question about what quakers are. Peace. Steve

3/5/06 3:45 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hello from Greenville Monthly meeting.

Mary M

23/8/07 10:47 PM  

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