Friday, March 4, 2011

Where Are You?

Just for fun, I'd love to have readers tell where they live.  Blogger keeps some general data on pageviews, which is great, but it would be fun to have a personal report.  If you'd like to disclose your country, state, or city, just add a comment below.  (Names or profiles are not necessary.)  Thanks for reading!

39 comments:

Steve said...

Hi, I'm in New Zealand. I enjoy reading your comments each week and have gained some valuable insights. Thank you for your time and sacrifice

Elise said...

Love this blog!!! It is the first place I go after I read the lesson for the week. Thank you!!! BTW, I'm in the San Francisco Bay Area.

Pancake said...

Colorado

susan said...

Love your blog too. Can't imagine how much time you spend - know that it is very much appriciated!
Fort Wayne, Indiana

Jana said...

Seattle, WA. Thanks!

Erika said...

Virginia Beach, VA. I don't know what I'd do without you as I prepare for my Gospel Doctrine lessons!!

Anonymous said...

Kirtland, Ohio. Love writing my Gospel Doctrine lesson, then checking the page to see what insights you have. Amazing how much more your explanations and commentary bring to my lesson, and to my class. It is so very much appreciated.

Anonymous said...

Boise, Idaho. I check your blog each week as I prepare my lesson. I teach 14 and 15-year olds; it might be the best Church job I've ever had. Thanks for all your hard work.

Laura Clayton said...

SLC, Utah... and I, too, am a GD teacher and value highly your thoughts... They've added some amazing thoughts and discussion to our classes, and the Spirit has been felt so strongly.

jeandix said...

Ogden, Utah. Another GD teacher who really appreciates your blog and your interesting take. You have contributed to our ward's class so many times.
Thank you,

Anonymous said...

Oceanside, CA. I read your posts each week as I'm preparing my GD lesson.

Jake said...

Brigham City, UT , Just over the hill from you. Appreciate your service in the kingdom. Keep it up.

Ron Andersen said...

I'm in Medford, OR and endorse all said by previous Gospel Doctrine teachers, including it being the best assignment ever, especially with your able assistance. If you enjoy preparing these outstanding supplements as much as I enjoy utilizing it, then you definitely are involved in a labor of love--as NT8 lesson taught!

Anonymous said...

Idaho Falls. Idaho
Fantastic research, I appreciate your work very much.

wackywilsons said...

Surprise, AZ.

Gospel Doctrine calling was a bit intimidating, but your insights help make it more "class friendly."

thanks!

Suzanne said...

Wow! Look where all your readers are! I'm in Farmington, Utah. You do do a beautiful job!

The Browning Family said...

Your research and thoughts are so helpful. I check in each week I teach to see what insights you have added to the lesson. Your time and preparation is very much appreciated! I live in Riverton, Utah.

Anonymous said...

What a great blog you have here...just stumbled upon it and your ideas have really helped me in my class, especially as a first time GD teacher. Thanks for taking the time to share it here! I'm in Santa Monica, CA.

Anonymous said...

Just found your wonderful site this week. Thanks so much for sharing your insights into our gospel doctrine lessons. I will look forward to utilizing some of your ideas in our class.
I'm in Senatobia, MS.

Anonymous said...

I love love love your blog. I'm in Salt Lake City and I check your blog each week for your insight. It helps me a lot with understanding the content and learning the different aspects of the lesson. Thank you for continuing your blog! I really appreciate it! ;)

Leslie said...

I was just reading the comments out of curiosity (I only check your blog when I'm preparing a lesson, but I'm so grateful that it's here) and had to comment because of the word verification.

wv: unbible

Ha...well...I thought it was funny.

And I am less than 15 minutes away in good ol' Providence.

janel said...

I'm a newbie GD teacher in SLC, Utah, and love to read your ideas each week. Thanks for the kind service this blog is to so many of us!

richandteri said...

Rexburg, ID. I am a sunday school teacher for the 15 year olds and your ideas are perfect tools for teaching them.

Robert James said...

Tucson, AZ.
I often use the additional sources to supplement the readings that I hand out for class members to read. Thank you for sharing your research/insight/testimony!

Christina said...

I love your blog. Especially lesson #10. I teach it tomorrow and you've been a HUGE help.
I'm from Seattle, WA but I am a GD teacher at BYU.
Thank you!

The Queen said...

:) State College, PA. Subbing for SS for the Youth tomorrow. Thankful for your insights!

Family Reflections said...

I love your blog and use it for supplements to the lesson. I too teach the youth and your lessons help. Thanks for being there for us each week. I am from Northern Nevada near Lake Tahoe.

Anonymous said...

Mission Viejo, CA. Thanks for the help on lesson #10. I like the talk by Camille Fronck.

katie said...

I'm in Essex, England. I love your blog, I learn so much each week. Thank you!

Russ and Suzanne Ballard said...

Cedar Hills, UT - Gospel Doctrine teacher. I check it every single week. Prior early morning Seminary teacher (7 years) and prior Institute teacher (as Senior missionary - 2 years) and you always have info I wish I'd had when teaching those classes!! Excellent resource! Thank you!

Anonymous said...

Thanks for your blog. It gives great insight. I'm from Washington State.

Alice said...

Deseret Cattle & Citrus Ranch near Orlando, Florida. Hubby teaches 14-17 year olds and appreciates your insights.

Arianna said...

Warrensburg,MO teaching 14-18 years olds in a branch that did not have a teacher,till we were "called" moved in.
I say that because our house is in the branch, 30 min away, and our mailbox,right across the street, is in a huge ward 10 min away : ). I love my calling in our little branch! And love how we were blessed to be an answer to prayers.

dwbrinton said...

GD teacher in South Jordan, UT. Thanks for your insightful blog, one of the best out there! Keep up the good work.

Emily said...

Murray, UT. I'm a gospel doctrine teacher, too-I love it. I like reading your commentary and find at least something I usually incorporate.

Amanda said...

Memphis, MO. My husband and I teach 16 & 17 year olds. I love your blog. It helps me so much in understanding the lessons. Thank you so much for the time you put into each one of these lessons.

Anonymous said...

Rockford il. Keep up the great work!

Anonymous said...

Kaysville, Utah
You help me get my ducks in a row as I prepare for Gospel Doctrine. Thanks!

Nanette said...

Imbler, OR. but originally North Logan, Utah. I teach the 12-18 yr. olds in our ward. I use your blog on a regular basis. You do such a great job. Love your knowledge and insights. Thank you soo much for sharing your talents with us....