Whoooooooo are you?

I’d like to do a quick roll call. I’m interested in knowing who’s hanging out around erin-go-blog. If you could find it in your hearts to leave me a comment–doesn’t need to be anything profound–I’d greatly appreciate it.

It’d help me if you left me a working email address as well! (It doesn’t show publicly…I’m the only one who can see it!)

37 thoughts on “Whoooooooo are you?

  1. Hi Erin! I read you, mostly via RSS, and I often wonder if you know that your page takes 2-3 minutes to load in Firefox (the add-ins, perhaps?). Did you guys ever go to Shango?

  2. Hm. I was aware of this, but had been previously unable to isolate the problem. I just removed something that appears to have helped a tiny bit.

  3. Well yes, we all know what those pool halls are…

    (with a capital T, and that rhymes with P, and that stands for Pool!)

  4. I will try to leave something profound.

    Kissing two people with mononucleosis will not give you stereonucleosis.

    Oops. Not only is that very un-profound, but I ripped it off from Rick Dees. That deserves 27 demerits, I guess.

  5. Right there in River City…..or should we all break in Gary, Indiana…..

    I send things to Gary, IN at work at that also makes want to sing that song all day long.

  6. I am still reading! Oh, and I saw James Woods and Russell Crowe at the GBS concert last night! Russell Crowe sang 2 songs with them for the encore too. A Johnny Cash cover, and a song about Dublin(?) – it wasn’t one I knew.

  7. I started out a fan/friend of Rand, Adam and the boys. I hadn’t seen anything new from them and they hadn’t updated their website in a while. I did a random search and found WEDDING PICS! the weekend of your wedding. Congratulations! I’ve been reading since. It’s great to know that Rand ended up with someone so perfect for him.

  8. Hello, Erin,
    Gee, your readers lead interesting lives…Russell Crowe and James Woods at GBS. It’s always good to read a Rick Dees quote on a Monday morning. I found your fun blog through AllThingsJennifer.

  9. Hi Erin! Saying hello. First time here but I’m actually putting together your package for BBM. Hope you’ll like it!

  10. I found your blog via Debbie, and I drop in once in a while because I like to read good writing on the internet. We even met once, back in the day, at FKO.

  11. Hi Erin,

    Jen Smith and I were high school friends…yeah, your website used to take a while to load but now it is a bit better…I think…

    Great photos from your wedding!!!

    Anne Hsu

  12. Hi Erin,

    I stumbled across your site, not really sure how, about a year ago. I read it regularly via RSS. I love your writing and loved hearing all about the wedding planning and the wedding.


    Julie Anne

  13. Another occasional reader here. Filker and expatriated Buffalonian now living in the political battleground of Dayton, OH.

  14. I started reading long ago and far away when you were talking about Wedding Planning after you made a post in b’lo dorks.

    I felt the need to make my presence known this afternoon because well, you say you’re a writer… and I need to find one to come up with something for my Wedding Inviations. You seem to have a decent sense of humor, so I was hoping you might be able to help me.

    Have a wonderful afternoon,

  15. I don’t get to read as often as I woul like, but I check in periodically! BTW…we had an awesome time at the wedding asie from all the evacuations! 😉 Only wish we could have had the chance to talk with you more!

  16. Hey —

    I’m here! I’ve been working way too much lately and that has left me with no time for my favorite blogs. I’m catching up on them today, though; yours is definitely one of my favorites.


  17. An occasional reader – stopping by via Dispensing Happiness and BBM.

    I’m all the way over the other side of the world in New Zealand

  18. Hi Erin! I was popping in here and again for awhile after finding your blog through two outlets: All Things Jenn and Twitter! Now I am a subscriber, so I’ll most likely be leaving comments 🙂

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