Part of my daily internet activities is to see who is visiting me (my blog). Over these last few years, I've noticed the same "names" over and over, I have come to think of these in a fond way, much like old friends coming by for a cup of tea and a chat. Some visit once a day, some visit every couple of days. I'd like to say hi to you, without giving away too much information about who you are, you should be able to tell who you are. :) I hope I put the same smile on your face by reading this as you put on my face by visiting.
There is Fitch Affordable Telecom in Midland, I see that name on a very regular basis, you are practically a neighbor in terms of distance (on a Texas scale), and a big hello to Reynolds in Arlington, you must really like my site :), I smile when I see your visit, you are very near my home town.
Lei hao to my friend in Hong Kong. Hola to my friend who is south of the border. Hi to Cleveland Ohio (sorry for the misspell), do you really have a radio station called "The Buzzard"?
And to my number one fan in Georgetown, I thought you might be someone I know, my brother-in-law since he lives there, but no, it turns out that my bro-in-law has to go to the library to access the internet right now, so that leaves you as my number one fan in terms of return visits.
I know there are many more of you who visit on a regular basis, but because of the way the IP addresses tend to change on most internet providers, I don't recognize the return visits.
Thank you each and every one, to those I see coming back, and those who I don't recognize but are regulars none the less, I am blessed to have so many internet friends.
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properly pronounced wreetha, (included for the text reader),
Thanks for visiting!