Tuesday, August 30, 2011

Comment Curiosity

You may have noticed that I have a live traffic feed over on the right on this page. I get visits but not many comments, which is cool since I stalk lots of blogs and rarely comment.

However, I am curious as to who stops by. If you have stopped by this blog today would you leave a comment and just say where you are from? You don't have to have a blog to comment.

Thanks!

16 comments:

Deena said...

Hey Angie and Charlie,
It's Deena from OBU. I'm a regular reader - but I rarely comment. I love keeping up with you guys. It's been a big week for you - can't believe Coleson is at Ouachita now!

snoodlings.com said...

Hi, Angie!

I'm Amy. Also from OBU. But I'm not there anymore. I'm in Florida.

crickl's nest said...

Me, Christie Lord. :)

We stayed at your house one night a year ago with Jeremiah's parents.

I subscribe to your blog so it comes up on my Google reader.

Kidz 40/40 said...

Hey Angie, I follow your blog so everytime you update I get a notice so I check it out. I love keeping up with your family. It sounds like you are having a great time in the states and the transition for Colson is going well. Miss you guys!

mer@lifeat7000feet said...

It's Mer here. And I just wanted to tell you that I loved hanging out with your BFF (Kecia!) a couple of weeks ago in Co Springs!

Sorry I don't comment more...but I love reading your blog!

Anonymous said...

My name is Chrissie, and I am Dana's aunt. I found your blog through hers, and I love learning of your experiences in Mozambique.

Anonymous said...

This is Christop Black Walter.....I stalk you regularly.

A Mother's Love said...

Hi there! I love your blog, nice to "meet" you.
Kelley - Texas

Deanna said...

Comment! ;) Love you girl!

Jill Sullivan said...

Hi Angie,

I always read your blog. I have a link to it on my blog, so I always know when there's an update. My baby brother is a pilot with Mission Aviation Fellowship in Indonesia, so I'm always interested in reading about missionary families! Thanks for all you share!

Jill

Kecia said...

My name is Inigo Montoya.
I am from Walla Walla, Washington.
I home school my 13 children, all girls. We weave our own cloth from yarn we spin after we shear our sheep. I found you when we were researching whether or not people in north Louisiana who used to live in Africa wear shoes.

Mich said...

Angie, I have left a comment here and there, but I read your blog a lot.

I went to OBU too. I still live in south Arkansas.

Cara Beth said...

It's me! I don't think I have to explain who I am. Um...you used to sleep in my bed, you wrecked my dad's car...and I'm pretty sure I almost threw up on your head. Yup, that's right! It's your favorite person ever! :)

Kristen F said...

I didn't get this the day you posted the blog, but better late than never! I'm Kristen from Florida. I came across your blog through other M blogs. My husband and I will be moving to Africa next summer to serve with the same "company" you serve with (I think). I love reading your blog and trying to get some insight to what our life will be like :)

musicalicia08 said...

Hi! My name is Alicia, and I am a more recent OBU graduate. I graduated in 2008 and found your blog through the BlogAbout links! :) Actually the funny part is I googled the words "Flippen-Perrin" to see how to spell it correctly, and your blog was the first site at the top of the list, so of course I had to click on it! :) I am excited to read more of your posts...I have a huge heart for Africa that started growing when I went to Senegal on a three week trip with Campus Ministries at OBU in 2006. We partnered with some career workers from your company and family of a girl on our team while we were there. I still say a piece of my heart is in Africa, and I am longing for the day God allows me to go back! :)

Anonymous said...

Hi! I'm Teresa and I love reading your blog. I think I have commented a couple of times. Love hearing about real missionary life. My kids are 17 and 12, so it's interesting to see what your kiddos are doing. College is next fall for us...scary!
Thanks for sharing on your blog! Love it!
Oh, and I'm in Illinois. :)