1.09.2009

Are you there?

I was reminded that it's National Delurker week. What's that , you ask? Here's a description from my post on Delurking Day a few years ago.
Part of the fun of blogging is the interaction between the writer (moi) and reader (you know who). Another part of the fun is of course peeking into someone else's deepest inner thoughts without them knowing who you are. On most days this site can be your own version of "Being Susan Rose." But for one week, I'd love it if you'd drop me a line and let me know who's peeking!!
So, if you're a regular "lurker" - a reader but not a commenter - how about leaving a friendly comment so I know who you are?

PS - since some of you are from other parts of the globe, I hearby declare it International De-Lurking Week here at Musings of a Discerning Woman!

Peace my bloggy friends,
Susan

21 comments:

Katney said...

Well, you hear from me every once in a while, so I guess I'm not coming out of lurkdom. How are things at St. Mary on the Lake? The rivers have risen--some drastically--is the lake affected by that?

AmandaS said...

I absolutely love your blog...I've been reading it for a few months.

NilaKamala said...

I enjoy your blog and am a subscriber. All best wishes on your progress through the steps of becoming a nun and congratulations. You are very fortunate to be able to make this decision!

Barbara said...

Okay, I confess--I'm a lurker! I enjoy your blog very much; you are a truly groovy sister. Keep on musing!!!

Pachyderm said...

Hi Sr Susan

I'm a regular reader of (and occasional poster to!) your blog. I find that you stimulate my thoughts on my own vocation as a Franciscan - CSJP and TSSF have a lot in common, especially in terms of our commitment to non-violence and love for all creation. Thanks for being a friend and fellow-journeyer!

Robyn TSSF

Red said...

A Google-Reader subscribing lurker, I have enjoyed the way you have shared your process of formation. I'm an ecumenical chaplain in New Zealand...

Susan Rose, CSJP said...

Hello dear bloggy friends! So nice to hear from you :)

Sophie's Daughter (Juliet) said...

What a great idea! I'm not really a lurker, but I always do enjoy your blog. It helps me to have some perspective, and to not feel quite so alone with many of these discernment thoughts and events. Thank you--I think this is a great things for all of us who are seeking or considering religious life, as well as others!

Juliet

Anonymous said...

I'm a faithful lurker, member of a small community (A New Genesis). I followed your novitiate with interest and gratitude for your insights. I love the Nun of Kildare and the spirit of your community. Thanks for sharing--it's always enriching.

Pachyderm said...

Red - gidday Kiwi! What part of our glorious country do you hide out in? I'm just out of Wellington.

Robyn TSSF

Joanna said...

I check in quite frequently to see what your latest thoughts are. Thank you for sharing! I'm in what I've termed a "re-call" moment of life...trying to figure out how a slightly over-the-average-age former religious finds her way back to the life that is life for her...

Claire said...

Oh OK I admit, I'm one of your global lurkers! (UK) As a hopelesslly procrastinating discerner, I find your blog really helpful. It is great to see someone of a similar age to myself embracing religious life and sharing your experiences. Thanks!
Claire

Sister Pat said...

I have an rss feed from your blog that shows up on my Google page, and I enjoy reading your blog. My New Year's resolution is to stop lurking!

Kat said...

Ok, Ok.... it has been a while since I commented. I even left blogging for a while and came back to it. Sigh. From "Finding God in all Things" to the current blog I have going... but I have been a lurker for a while.

Anonymous said...

Hi, I'm a lurker! (from India) I was discerning, now sure that He has called... still following your blog regularly. Nice to know there are others on the same path.

Sarah, AMJ said...

I am definately a lurker from Canada. As a novice myself I enjoy reading the thoughts of others who are on a similar journey.

Blessings.

Margaret said...

Sister Susan, Thank you for sharing. I've been an almost daily reader since befor you left Portland. Sometimes I have replied. The major external changes in Religous life are quite interesting.

Anonymous said...

I read your blog sometimes, Susan! I heard about it from Jackie.

- Susan W.

Beth said...

A friendly hello! Blessings on your journey! -Beth from Philly

Susan Dewitt, CSJP said...

I don't think I qualify as a lurker anymore, but you know I am a faithful reader! Thanks for keeping my head and heart humming with your reflections!

Susan W said...

I am a lurker in Hawaii... and another Susan. I am a mom, wife, and teacher who enjoys reading your thoughts. Thanks for sharing all of this.