Friday, December 12, 2008

Sharing the love

Go here.

Dad Gone Mad.

Read the Dec 11th post.

Awesome idea.

Share the love.

Over and out. I have commenting to do.

30 comments:

Anonymous said...

Kristie, I have been following you for several years and yes, am one of the people who ups your counter but then doesn't comment. But, I wanted you to know how much you truly bless me EVERY DAY!! You always have a great way of saying things and making me laugh and cry and always feel good when I leave your little part of the world! I hope that you and the entire Escroe family have a VERY MERRY CHRISTMAS and that 2009 is the year of NO CRAP SANDWICHES for you!!!!

Sara
Atlanta, GA

Lesley said...

Great idea!!!! Let the commenting begin!

Mamasita said...

Kristie,

Thanks for referencing us to Dad Gone Mad's post. As a fairly new blogger, I am still getting only a handful of comments on each post. This is what I'm gonna tell all my friends that I want for Christmas - more comments!! He is right that each comment gives a warm fuzzy to the owner.

Thank you for all you share, you have blessed my life greatly through the years.

Mamasita

Anonymous said...

Happy to share the love, ie comment! He's got a good idea - guilt us lurkers out into the comments!!!

Diane in Cincinnati

Vanessa said...

I'm on board. Might be able to buy myself a button up style shirt for once if I comment my boobs off!! That would be a decent holiday bonus for me;-)

Keep writing Kristie, you have a way with words!!!

Claudia in Plano said...

de-lurking per Dad Gone Mad request -- have loved your site for years!

Karalyn said...

A comment to thank you-for sharing your family with us and also for introducing me to a little slice of Heaven called Sonic. Which does not exist in my state so in order to get my Strawberry-Limeaide fix I must pretend I want to visit my sister for the weekend in Virginia. And then drive 6 hours to get there. But oh so worth it.
Anyway I have "known" you from way back in the day from Kendrie's CB page but am not a huge commenter just because it was a pain in the ass to do without having my own blog. But ALAS now I do...and I only have one comment.Sniff sniff:(

Luann said...

I read every day too Kristie! And guess what? I cursed myself. A couple months ago when you were struggling with ending your surrogacy career I commented that I would ALWAYS be infertle. Well guess what? Turns out I'm not! I'm 6 weeks pregnant with a miracle baby. Of course this comes after adopting 3 kids who are all under 4.

Stephanie D. said...

Kristie - you are the one who first turned me onto Danny and DGM. I love his blog (uh, almost as much as yours) *snort*. Seriously, thanks and hope all the Escoes are happy and ready for the holidays. I'm still praying for Blaine and hope you and his sexy oncologist are taking care of him properly. :)

Anonymous said...

I read your blog daily and through you found dadgonemad, the funniest guy's perspective I've heard in a long time!! Thank you for the joy you bring our lives through your writing!!! :) Lindsay in CA

kim-d said...

Kristie, thanks for the link. I love DGM's idea and have accepted the challenge, even though it means losing the only thing that balances out my very large arse. But that's okay; I can live with it. Here's to lots of commenting!

Anonymous said...

I am a regular but rarely a commenter, Had to come back and say have a great Christmas!

Lea White said...

I suppose I'm at the bottom end of the scale. Loads of lurkers, but few comments which makes me want to be able to write like people like you!.

Oh well. At least people read and that's cool.

I do say I love reading your blog and you make everyday things sound so cool!


Lea White
http://whitesinnz.blogspot.com

Sarah said...

Here's to you and DGM *raising glass* for spinning everyday occurances and turning them into gut-busting-almost-peed-my-pants-laughs. Cheers!

Cindi said...

This sounds like a great idea. Quite often I'll read a blog posting and not comment. It may be a blog I visit often, or possibly one I've stumbled upon for the first time. Danny's right. I know it makes me feel good when others comment, and although I comment fairly often, I need to do a little more.

Momto4 said...

just stop in to say "hi"

Kristina
Brookville, Ohio

Pam K said...

Okay. Here goes.... I read your blog and Danny's blog daily and have maybe commented one time. I love your writing and following your daily life. You site offers me so much in the way of laughter but also helps me remember what is important in life. Your story always provides me with a reality check and helps me to see what is important and how lucky I am in life. Thanks! Have a happy day!

Lisa said...

Kristie,
Thanks for brightening my days with your always-entertaining blog! I've been following for over a year and appreciate your honest and hilarious take on both serious and mundane things most of us face in life. I hope you and your family have a wonderful Christmas, and that Blaine has a quick recovery from his treatment. We appreciate you!

Anonymous said...

Kristie, I have been following you for years and hardly ever comment. Here's my "share the love"...one of my bookclubs favorite blogs ever was when you wrote about the laundry folding in the computer chair...That was classic...just saying :) Bridget from Canada

Anonymous said...

Dear Mrs Escoe, my mom lets me read your blog alot. I really think you are a great mom. I want to say thank you for getting my mom hooked on TSO...I really love them. Alyssa in Canada

Anonymous said...

Merry Christmas to the Escoe family! Kristie, thanks for brightening up my little corner of the world with your writing!!

Mary

kd said...

Hey Kristie! Hope you're having a very Merry Christmas. Someone e-mailed me a Christmas poem yesterday that made me think of you - very nice tribute to our soldiers. Looks like it's been circulating for a couple of years, so you may have already seen it. Search Snopes.com for "A Different Kind of Christmas Poem" if you're curious. Merry Christmas, and happy commenting!!

One Down, One to Go said...

You will always be to me the lady who introduced me to TSO. I tell people about you (nice things too).

Libby said...

Merry Christmas to all of the Escoe family!

I am a daily reader but infrequent commenter - so I'll make an early New Year's resolution to improve that!

I wish for each and every one of you the very best Christmas ever and a new year filled with health, happiness, wealth, success, and anything else you might want in life!

Waverly Harding said...

Dear Kristie,
Just wanting to show you some comment love! I have been a daily reader since discovering you from the Copley's caringbridge. Love your view on life and can't wait to hear what you & the fam are up to. Hope you all have a very Merry Christmas and all your prayers come true!
Blessings!
Waverly

Anonymous said...

It helps to know that you do want comments from complete strangers. I've been following you for so long that you don't seem to be a stranger to me.

Have a wonderful weekend.
FJ

Anonymous said...

Kristie, I read every day, but rarely comment. Again I say, I am not the writer that you are! What I will say is that you are freaking hilarious, and that I have come to love and care about a family that I don't even know! May God bless you and yours this holiday season. Much happiness, health and no crap sandwiches for 2009!

Karen said...

Merry Christmas!!

Jacqueline said...

Commenting my boobs off...Merry Christmas! Did you take the kids to tubing in Bricktown? We went tonight...was fun...too many people, but still fun. However, I lost my keys somewhere between Lawton and OKC.

Mary Ellen said...

Merry Christmas from a lurker and a big thank you to an adoptive mom from an adoptee who is grateful every day for the gift of adoption.