Wednesday, May 07, 2008

Where in the world are you?

Last week on the Today show was the annual "Where in the world is Matt Lauer?" week. I actually got to watch four of the five days (slept in on Thursday and missed it, I was on spring break and felt I should sleep in at least one morning, I won't have much sleeping in time available in about two weeks so I guess I should take advantage while I can). So anyway, Matt's adventures and a look at my overly crowded clustermap (Scroll down on right side of blog) has led me wonder why people from all over the world are reading my blog. I have known that Canadians and Australians were reading for a while now, but what's up with Africa and the Middle East? The spot in the middle of the Pacific confused me for some time until I figured out it was Hawaii (I teach science not geography). I think the one's from China are self explanatory and some of the dots can be explained by accidental visits from Google. So if you are a regular and want to claim a dot, leave a comment and let me know where you are and if you are (or have) adopting as well. Also leave a blog link if you have one, that way I can visit you too.

6 comments:

Julie Siegel said...

All right, I'll get the ball rolling here. I'm in Massachusetts!!!! And I'm adopting! With you! (But you already knew that, didn't you?)

Bwaahhh hah hah. Sixteen more days until we leave (but who's counting?)

Julie Siegel said...

And oh yeah, I think I might know who's accessing you from Hawaii. She has a late January LID.

Zoie said...

I love reading the blogs. We are with CAWLI out of Hartford, CT but might not be able to handle the wait of 5+ years. LID 4-2-07 Best of luck with your trip.

Zoie

Wendy said...

We travelled to China last August to get our little girl... We waited 18 months... hardly a wait at all compared to what people are waiting right now...

I am from Calgary, Alberta Canada.

Have a wonderful day
Wendy

Jess said...

We are from Michigan and are working through our paper chase to China. We hope to have a LID of early this summer! I love reading all the traveling families Blogs-it is so hopeful!

Ruth's Place said...

I'm one of your African dots, but I'm an Australian, just living in Africa at present.

I lived in China for a year and so my interest comes from that...