Monday, 26 October 2009

Who are you?

I might have wondered this before, but certainly without any great respons, which is quite normal. Most people read blogs without leaving comments, I must admit so do I but I try to get better. It's always nice to see someone has left a little greeting, so I will try again:
Who are you all who read my blog??

I can see in my visitors statistics that you are quite a big group every day, and from all over the place. There are readers in countries I definitely don't know anyone personally, such different places as Alaska, Japan and Equador etc.
It's really fascinating!

Who are you all..?

25 comments:

Larssons said...

Larsson som bott i USA och nu är hemma i kalla gråa Sverige
Kram

Jason said...

Alaska would be me when I am out and about. You will have seen me from Chennai the other day and will no doubt see Mumbai in the next couple of days. Sorry to not be any more exciting than lil old me.

heffamamman said...

Vinkevink från exotiska Finland. ;-) Tittar in här regelbundet!

Miloukram

Anonymous said...

I'm a physician from Philadelphia, USA and found your blog when doing a google search to learn more about Brunei. I love reading about your life as an expat family.

Åretruntparadiset said...

Och här är en hälsning från KorallmedK i Montreal.

NETTAN said...

Jag vet precis vad du menar ;)
De vet ju vem det är som kikat in när du ser Sudbury, Ontario - men ändå... vinkvink!

Nettan

lyssa said...

I'll be over soon with my husband and two dogs, (I think you've been emailing my husband Malcolm) and love your blog as a prep for the years to come, keep it up ;)

Jason said...

Having just got back from our visit to the 'A Story of the Image - Old and New Masters From Antwerp' at the Singapore Museum the activity guide had a very pertinent comment in it.

"The dramatisation of banality is for some contemporary artists a way of highlighting images, events and experiences for which we have taken for granted and for which we have been desensitised to in our daily urban existence. Do you think mundane matters are worthy of our attention? Consider the many mundane details of some blogs today (what did you do today, who did you meet and what did you have for lunch.......?). Would you consider blogging about your everyday life today worthy of other people's attention? What does it say about our lives today in this urban world?"

Not saying that your blog is mundane but it begs the question, is this one of your expressions as an artist?

Familjen i Rom said...

jag oxå, men det vet du ju... kram från ett soligt Rom!!

John said...

I'm here, but I guess you reckoned that....John

Dosiss said...

I'm Anna and you already know me. I'm swedish, married to a French and live in France since 1999. We have two children. I think my mum reads you too but your blog unrolls itself, page after page, so she quit after that. Really weird. I tested it on her computer when i was up in Sweden this summer.

malin2 said...

Vinkar till dig. Jag tittar in ganska ofta. Ver hur du menar...

KRAM!

Anna said...

Hej hej! Jag tittar in med jämna mellanrum men skriver inte kommentarer så ofta! Jag är Anna i UK! :)

Lillie plein damour said...

Hej, härmar Anna UK, jag är Bertil frân Ukraina och är här och tittar in bland!
Kram

Anonymous said...

Hi there!

I am Swedish expat who lives in California with three kids and English husband. I like to read about your life in Brunei.

Anonymous said...

Hi there!

I am Swedish expat who lives in California with three kids and English husband. I like to read about your life in Brunei.

Anki72 said...

Åsså jag då. ;) Men det vet du ju redan. ;) Kram från ett kallt och soligt Älvdalen.

Cissi said...

jag är ju här och smyger men det tror jag du vet ;) tyvärr är jag urusel på att kommentera. Förlåt!
stor kram

TinTin said...

Du vet ju vem jag är! ;)

Lina said...

Hi there! Stumbled upon your blog by chance and wondered why you look so familiar. Then realised that I've met you before when you gave the talk on Scrapbooking for BCL some time back. Getting hooked on reading your blog :)

Lina

Frk M said...

Frk M i KBH smyger in här ibland :)

rokujen` said...

well if it would really mean something to you, then yes, ive been reading your blog for quite some time too :)
im from KL, malaysia.. somewhat near to brunei. it all happened by chance of course, that is i just stumbled upon your blog one day when i was image-googling for a rainyday picture..
the rest is history i should say, and yes, i do enjoy reading your expat life in brunei too.. most of the time i think it's amusing how u guys seem to be 'out-of-place' in brunei. no offence, but, amusing all the same.
hav a gud day....

MrsW said...

Thank You everybody for leaving a little "foot print" behind! Very much appreciated, even though I recognize and know most of you! :)

Jason - Yes for sure, artistic expression! One of many!

Rojuken - yes, ha ha, I guess us expats live in our own little "bubble" most of the time!

LauraJM said...

Hi Watson Family, we are an American family living in Madagascar. We just found out that we will be moving to Brunei this coming summer. We also have 2 children and we are desperately looking for any information we can find about Brunei. We were so pleased to find your blog. Your blog is great and thank you so much, it is such a relief to find that you are having such a nice family life there! It is always scary to move to a new place and not know much about it. We move about every 2 years. It is so helpful to find out as much as we can before we get there. Thanks, Laura

Liz said...

I'm Swedish but I've lived in the U.S. for about half my life now. I found your blog through larssonsflyttar and I found that blog through jacalica. I love reading about your life and some aspects are familiar to me as I went to an international school in Switzerland for a couple of years as a teenager.