So, if you’re a lurker here on my blog, and don’t normally comment – please say hello!!!
Read the history of Love our Lurkers after the break
Bonnie has been doing Love our Lurkers for three years now – this girl has joined in before so thought why not again! …..
Welcome, my friends, to our third annual Love Our Lurkers Day! This is our community’s opportunity to share the love with our silent readers. I know from my statistics that there are thousands of readers of this blog who have never left a comment. If this describes you, then today is your day.
During last year’s event, 83 spanking-oriented blogs posted LOL messages and they received 1444 comments. Better still, we met many, many great people. Quite a few remain regular readers to this day. Several have become successful bloggers in their own right.
This year, we are inviting 135 bloggers to participate! And it’s all for you.
While we may not see your face or read your words, we know you’re out there. Even in silence, your return visits provide a gentle affirmation.
I would like to invite you to leave a comment below. It can be as long or short as you choose. You can use a fake name or no name at all. What’s important is that you poke your head up just far enough that we might see you.
If you feel chatty, please feel free to tell me how I might make this blog more interesting, more useful, more attractive, more spanky, or more fun. I’m always in the market for great new ideas. If a simple hello is enough for you, I’ll welcome that as well.
In any case, I look forward to meeting you!I hope you will visit these friends and say hello!
I tried to find e-mail addresses for as many spanking-oriented bloggers as I could, but there were several that I couldn’t reach. If you know anyone in our community who wasn’t notified, please by all means invite them to join us. If you are among this group or if your invitation was trapped by a naughty spam filter, I sincerely hope that you will create your own Love Our Lurkers post!
Here’s a running list of other great blogs that are participating in today’s festivities:
While we are offering our gratitude, I think it’s appropriate to recall that we share this day with the men and women who have served the cause of peace in our world. Whether we call it Veteran’s Day, Armistice Day, or Remembrance Day, I would like to offer tribute to those whose solemn sacrifices remain meaningful through all the years.