Monday, November 10, 2008

Who?

Every so often I take time to check out the visitors to my blog, and I am always surprised! In the last 24 hours I have had visitors from 21 different states

(ok,de,pa,tx,ak,ca,mi,nj,ct,va,in,ut,ny,tn,oh,id,wy,ga,me,fl,ri)

and 12 different countries

(chile,usa,france,thailand,canada,mexico,uk,germany,new zealand,costa rica,sweden,czech republic).

I wonder who you all are? Take a minute and say hello! :)

22 comments:

Anonymous said...

Hi! Im Lauren Milner from Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. I stumbled accross your blog when I was looking up chile after coming back from living there. I comment randomly on your stories and most definatly check back at least every couple of days. I love reading about your family and all your adventures in chile it reminds me of all my "gringa" experiences. I even considered looking you up when I was visiting for a few months in the summer, though I considered how weird it would be for some random person to ask to meet for coffee so I refrained. I have told many people about you and pray for you often. God bless!
Lauren

Anonymous said...

Hi Steph! This is Andrea from PA. I check your blog(s) all the time! I like to keep up to date on my far away friends!

Anonymous said...

Hi Steph!
Cathy from Clarks Summit, PA. I enjoy keeping up with your family and praying for you.
Cathy

Holly said...

Well you know me; Holly from Michigan! :D

ness said...

Vanessa. Present and accounted for!

Renee said...

Hey Sweetie....it's me in CT!

Anonymous said...

OH checking in. We continue to pray for your family.

David and Kristi Flinck said...

D & K for RGBI (Edinburg, TX)
Lookin' forward to seein' you guys sometime soon in Chile.

Anonymous said...

I live in Wyoming! LOL

Although I bet you already knew that was me. Ya never know. There could be more Wyomingites reading!

StacyandChad said...

Alabama here! I *met* you on the Stepping Stones website and follow your other blog too!

Praying for you and your family during your move and that your boys would come home soon!

Anonymous said...

Hi, I'm Sonja fron VA. I look every day hoping for some news with your little baby boys. I pray for you.

Anonymous said...

Hi! I'm Paula from North Idaho. I follow your blog pretty much every day. I love children and pray you will see your boys again soon. You inspire me to pray more and be thankful for all blessings.
Paula

Melissa said...

It's me in CA.
We love you!

The mom~ster said...

the mom~ster from PA checking in now and then to see what's new with you...

Christine said...

Hi Stephanie! It's Chrissy Robinson. My parents were missionaries in Santiago from 96-00 and I think you may have known me. Anywho, I don't know how I stumbled across your blog but I enjoy reading about all your misadventures, challenges and triumphs.

Take care!

Stephanie Heald said...

Hey there! Mom and I like to check in every few days at least to see how things are going with the move, the boys, the rest of the family, and people on your end of the world. :) We pray for you and miss you all! Tell the family we say hi, and I miss seeing you all each day at the school!

Miss Stephanie (in Santiago at heart, in Delaware physically)

Life with Kaishon said...

Do you know me : )? I hope so!

Alisha said...

Hey, Steph! You already know me - usually checking up on you from SD, but as you know - we are in Chile for a while - Yeah!!

The Kenney Family said...

Hello Garcia family,
Yes I was at the conference on Saturday. I asked somebody about you guys because I wanted to meet, they looked around but didn't see you. Well, maybe there will be another oportunity to meet.

God bless,
Jason Kenney

Anonymous said...

Est, I try to read your blog everyday & get your family updates. I enjoy it very much!
lol, your twinkie from the south! (tennessee)
ang

Anna and David said...

I'm Anna, the missionary living in Iquique who asked you for adoption advice at the beginning of the year. Your advice has helped a lot, as we will be bringing home our five month old son in just one week! Feel free to contact us once you get moved into your new place. We will be happy to show you around. After three years in Santiago, we have really learned to love the clean air and warm weather here. Welcome to the north!

Anonymous said...

Hi Stephanie! I'm friends with your sister Jenn and taught at SCA for two years. Chile has a very special place in my heart, so I love checking your blog to hear about and see pictures of Santiago, SCA, and, of course, the Rubins! :)

Becky (Schafer) Spruill