Tuesday, February 08, 2005

209 Visitors

That's what my sitemeter reads.
Since Jan 28th.
209?? Who are you people?
Don't think I even know 200 people. I mean, my groups of friends in childhood were mainly imaginary friends. You can imagine, playing on the see-saw wasn't much fun.
Didn't exactly start off expecting company (was more of a venting outlet).
But it gets me wondering though, who might be checking my blog out. Well. Feel free to browse and leave your comments.
Just don't hold me responsible for any habits you might pick up from here. Whining's a bad habit to break.

Just rented the movie 'Shall We Dance?'. The english version. Loved it. Some have told me the Japanese version is better. Well, haven't seen that one yet, but I thought this was a pretty enjoyable feel-good movie. And the dancing was just spectacular. Good enough to make my mom and dad dance in my living room. Really. Maybe it was the codeine in the cough medicine that made them do it (Dad's recovering from a case of viral bronchitis).


Blogger mk said...

Hello! In answer to who are all those people, well I am just one self employed, writer (in my dreams), girl who is sitting here in the midwest waiting for snow to melt & spring flowers to arrive. I'm 42 years old, single mother of 1 daughter who is 24 now. I'm a traveler who explores at every opportunity. For the last 7 years, I've been traveling with my job training people to use an accounting program on the computer. I love traveling! (I was in Sedona last Aug, wasn't that just the most inspirational place!!!)
Wild! I just rented that dance movie a couple days ago! I also found it to be a nice feel good flick (& I don't watch too many movies).
I sure enjoy reading your thoughts. My mom was a nurse for 38 years & is better able to understand all the medical terms you use, however I find your viewpoint quite interesting & even entertaining most times. :)
I also wanted to tell you, yes I think there are people meant to be there specifically for other people, but only one? no, there are many links in this chain of life.
So, there ya go, one link revealed.

10:18 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Wow, that is a lot of people. I've been keeping up with your blog ever since you commented on another blog I read regularly. I don't even remember which it was now. So I guess I'm responsible for a few of those numbers. I'm a retired teacher who now babysits part time with grandchildren and who tries to find time and motivation to do the many things I put off while I was working. I enjoy your postings. It's nice to know doctors are human, and your blog is very entertaining as well. You write about the everyday, but your everyday is different from mine and it's nice you have opened a window allowing us to see in. Cate

4:33 PM  
Blogger vagus said...

Well, thanks for coming by, and for leaving a mark. It's nice to know people find my life not as boring as I do :)

7:02 AM  
Blogger PaulOS said...

Dude I guess that's what you get when you make your blog open. Take heart, that you are impacting the lives of people via your blog. You've given me perspective on some issues that doctors face, and it is great to bounce ideas off ya. Keep on blogging, am sure that it will give you insight to yourself and others.

8:18 PM  
Blogger Serra said...

I found you with one click: The "Next Blog" button.

Good read.

10:58 PM  
Anonymous Ariel said...

Got to know you and this blog through your comments in my blog. Nice to know a glimpse of a doctor's life. Thanks for sharing it with us :)

8:30 PM  
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