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Lurk: [lurk]
–verb (used without object)
1. to lie or wait in concealment, as a person in ambush; remain in or around a place secretly or furtively.
2. to go furtively; slink; steal.
3. to exist unperceived or unsuspected.
4. Chiefly Computers - to read or observe an ongoing discussion without participating in it, as in an Internet forum.

Other forms:
lurker, noun
lurk•ing•ly, adverb



Hey You! Lurker! I know you are out there...you read and never comment. I really appreciate the random comments from people who read this thing. It’s nice. It may not be National De-Lurking Week (yes there is such a thing), but I’m going to do it anyway. I’m calling all you Lurkers out there that read this blog and never comment to comment. Drop me a line. Tell me how you’re doing. Tell me a funny story. You know…whatevs. The funny thing is I have lots of family and friends out there who I KNOW read my blog, yet have never commented. It’s time for you all to bite the bullet and do it. Love you guys!

And just to give you a little topic of interest for commenting, our fam is heading to Vancouver for a little family vacation. Have you been to Vancouver? What did you think of it? Any places you recommend going to or eating at? If you haven’t been there, where would you like to go on a vacation?

Happy De-Lurking!

6 comments:

Vanessa said...

I admit I lurk on a daily basis...but I DO leave comments from time to time. I feel dirty calling it lurking...can we call it perusing? I merely peruse your blog for funny tidbits and interesting recipes...on a daily basis. (I'm so pathetic).

Carla said...

Vancouver - how fun! I have been there many times and lived in the are for two years so.... what to do? Grouse Mountain Gondola, walk the sea wall (well part of it), Stanley Park, Granville Market, Gastown, wander the Pan Pacific Hotel, Kitsilano Suspension Bridge, drive a bit to White Rock and have fish and chips on the beach and walk the looong pier, bring an umbrella, have coffee at JJ Bean (simply the best)and I'm sure I could come up with more stuff. We've eaten at some superb restaurants with friends but I can't name them. I could find out some good ones from them though if you would like. HOpe this is a start for you!

Kindra said...

Definitely NOT pathetic Vanessa! Thanks for dropping by and throwing in your two cents :)

Carla, thanks for all the wonderful suggestions. We are going to be visiting Steve's family a lot so he says not to get too carried away with touristy things. Boo :( But any restaurant suggestions, or touristy suggestions for Victoria, would be greatly appreciated. We will be tourists with no family in Victoria for two days. In Vancouver we are hitting up Stanley Park, and Granville Island though, which I am really excited about. And a new cool street that Steve's Dad discovered called Commercial Drive. Ever been?

Carla said...

Yup, Commercial is around the corner from where some friends of ours live. We haven't explored it too much though. We actually haven't done too many touristy things in Vancouver - just what I mentioned above. We ate at some fabulous places in Victoria when we were there six or so years ago, I'll try and dig up the names and pass them on!

Virginia Birss said...

Hi!
I guess I better delurk. Anyways I really enjoy your blogs and especially the videos. Have a great trip to Vancouver. I would suggest you visit Stanley Park, English Bay, False Creek and Queen Elizabeth Park. Have fun!!
Love,
MOM XOXOXOXOXOXOX

Kindra said...

Yay for my Mom-in-Law coming clean!! Thanks for the Vancouver suggestions. We're definitely going to hit up Stanley Park, Granville Island and Commercial Drive. I'll let Steve know your other suggestions :) Thanks for commenting! XOXOXO

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