Wednesday, July 1, 2009

Time Out 8-)

I really don't want to scare anyone off, so I don't typically ask this question, but...


I would really love to know.

I have had a visitor from Atlanta, and Staten Island for a long time, but alas, I have never heard from you.

I have many "Blackberrys" but, you are just a "smart phone" to me.

There are so many nameless visitors, who have yet to share their thoughts with me.

What is it about my blog that keeps you coming back?

What was your favorite post?

What was your least favorite post?

Have I ever said something that you so completely related to?

Have I ever said anything that so completely turned you off?

I do not discriminate between comments of praise and agreement and comments of constructive criticism and disagreement?

I accept all comments (unless vulgar).

I made my blog public, because I wanted to "meet" new people and get insight from people who are not part of my immediate world.

Do your thoughts reflect a different culture, a different religion, a different gender?

And if you are part of my "immediate world", my community and I know you "IRL" (in real life), I would love to hear from you as well (even anonymously).

I appreciate those who come back and read my blog. I appreciate those who have commented (and those who have not). I also appreciate those who keep checking in, waiting for my next post.

I am sure, some of my posts are more enjoyable than others. And I know some are more moving than others. What feelings and emotions are you looking to gain when you read my words?

Should I focus on utilizing my sarcasm and wit (if I actually encompass any of these characteristics).

Or should I focus on serious issues?

Should I keep mixing it up?

I have asked YOU so many questions, do you have any for me?

I have so many topics in mind to blog about.
But, before I go on, tomorrow, and the next day, and the day after that, I would love some input.

Thanks for listening.

9 have shown Orah a little love:

adinab said...

too many questions!!!! going into brain overload!!!!!
and i come back because you're a very good and interesting writer who keeps me captivated with all your and your kids' antics.

how's that???

Candice said...

You don't accept vulgar comments?

Well, I suppose I'll be going now.


Orah said...

Oh - except you candice. You can leave vulgur comments, so I know it's you.

Rayli said...

I read your blog all the time to hear whats up with you...especially now that i never see ya anymore. Oh and if I didnt read your blog i wouldn't have things to laugh about when i'm in a bad mood like your passport story...

Donna said...

I'm delurking to tell you I love your writing and hearing about the things you have going on that make me laugh and your blog is well written and I don't know I just like it.

Anonymous said...

Def mix it up, I think u do that already. Your stuff/writing is very funny and entertaining, and like Rayli said your stories can crack us up when we are feeling pissy. So keep up the good work, BI*$#!!

Anonymous said...

ohh, anonymous, was me, in case u were wondering

- Miss.S

Carey-Life in the Carpool Lane said...

I'm a fairly regular commenter...except that I've been slacking on all blogs you kind of know me, right?

Anyway, I distinctly remember reading your "about me" and "disclaimer" blurbs and thinking they were hilarious. I love your wit and sarcasm. I've also enjoyed that on Jewish holidays you give a brief lesson on history, traditions, food, etc.

Heidi @ Tayterjaq's Rebels said...

I love your blog and try to comment regularly although our summer is filled with trips elsewhere so that makes commenting harder.
I find it very interesting to learn about your Jewish customs and compare it to what I thought I knew about Judaism.
And your kids are so freaking funny and cute!