Monday, January 05, 2009

Come Out, Come Out, Wherever You Are!

First, I have to say I'm thrilled that people read my blog. People other than my mother, that is. And I'm thrilled they comment. But what I am really floored about is that people from other countries actually visit my little home on the web.

Here's a list of countries I've had visitors from:

Australia
Austria
Bahrain
Bangladesh
Belgium
Brazil
Bulgaria
Canada
China
Cyprus
Czech Republic
Denmark
Egypt
England
Finland
French Guiana
Germany
Greece
Hungary
Iceland
India
Iran
Iraq
Ireland
Italy
Jordan
Lebanon
Libya
Malaysia
Mexico
Moldova
Netherlands
Nicaragua
Oman
Phillipines
Poland
Russia
Saudi Arabia
Serbia
Singapore
Slovenia
Spain
Sri Lanka
Sweden
Switzerland
Taiwan
Thailand
Turkey
Ukraine
United Arab Emirates
United Kingdom
United States (of course)
Vietnam
Wales

I'd be overjoyed if Romania would visit someday, but what I'd really love is to get more comments from these visitors. Even if you said a few words in your native tongue (and if possible, include the translation). I love learning about new countries, cultures, customs and people.

And from the bottom of my heart - thanks for visiting!!

6 comments:

Hedon said...

I'll leave a comment in my native tongue... native Ozarks...

Honey, us'uns sure do enjoy this here blog of yourn. It's smooth and tasty like a fresh buttermilk biskit smothered with sausage gravy.

Dreamybee said...

Isn't that the coolest thing to see? I don't really have any native language to throw at you though, sorry!

Fandango Travelers said...

'n this here is one from gooood ole West Texas (your fav!)....Howdy ya'll. We're fixen to be landen in good ole Pennsylvania. Mighty cold up here - guess we'll jus mosey on down to home soon. Need to see them home boys - God love 'em, they's not too smart - bless they hearts!

Gil said...

You are no an International star and must raise your rates soon!!! I am glad to see your success.

Lisbeth said...

You're welcome!

Although I have already delurked, I can offer you this gem from my native Danish:
a' æ' å' æ' ø i æ' å.

It's actually a word play on our special vowels in a particular Danish dialect and in proper Danish it would be written like this:
Jeg er på øen i åen.

In English:
I'm on the island in the creek.
( - not that it's a sentence one needs to utter very often...)

Krystal Marra said...

Hey Salena, I really enjoy reading your blog- I keep meaning to show it to my dad who is also a truck driver here in Alberta. Funny we don't have a native dialect.. just plain English here, but its quite enjoyable whenever I go to the US that I am picked out by my accent... us Canadians DO NOT say ya'll. its You guys... Happy (and safe) travels!! - oh and congrats on the shiney new truck!!