Sunday, June 04, 2006

OK, call me crazy, but I would love to know who actually reads this thing. Especially if you are someone I know from high school, college, the past, here in KC, Cincinnati, Tennessee, random stranger, whoever. Randy will laugh at this post because he knows my curious bend -- I look at all the countries and cities of all of you out there and think, "Who in the world ARE all these people??" So, take a moment and send a comment. Woud love to know who's out there!

38 comments:

Anonymous said...

Definitely the Walsh Girls in Tauranga, New Zealand!!

Marci Lewellen said...

Kelsey... I wonder the same thing about my blog... well you know I am a fan of yours. love ya

Kristi Walsh said...

Hey there, Kels! I know you know I read your blog (and love it!), but I figured I'd leave you a comment anyway, just for fun. I can totally identify - I wonder who "all those people out there" are, too. I love that you asked the question! :-)

Elizabeth Steel said...

I read your's and Randy's blog and I love them! You are one of those people who when you talk (or write)I want to be found listening.

Kari said...

This is bill ya know the class president from high school I know live in Uganda ok not really just fellow IHOP fans Eric and Kari

Kari said...

OK I feel seriously breeched! That last comment was from Eric while I was (dare I say) sleeping at 5:52 AM.

Sean The Red said...

If I had my way all of California would read your blog. Until then I do!

maggie said...
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maggie said...

You probably know who I am, but I don't think we've officially met. It's Maggie (Alisha is my sister) from IHOP. I read your blog occassionally, along with several other fellow IHOP-ers. I started reading Randy's through Jenny's, and then I started reading Jackson's and yours. :) You're all good writers, which makes it enjoyable to read your blogs. :)

Andy said...

My name is Andy..
I'm at the Zadok House of Prayer in SC
I traveled with Jackson in January 05 with Kirk Bennett for the Justice tour.
Like Maggie said up there you, randy, and Jackson are all amazing writers so I always enjoy reading your posts.
God Bless
--Andy

John said...

Greetings from the Rock of Gibraltar!
I started reading Randy's blog regularly a while ago and now have yours on my feeds reader as well.
Blessings to you and yours.

Kyra said...

Hi, Kelsey. Kyra, here from ND. I try to start with Jackson's blog, then yours, than Randy's. May not be everyday, but at least 3 times a week...anyway fun to read the woman's point of view coming from your house and it is a fun way to keep up with distant friends....Later Ky

jen said...

I eagerly tune in every morning or evening and am SO SAD if there's nothing new...then I send your post out to my friends.

Erica Stephenson said...

Hi Kelsey,
We haven't met but I'm reading your blog in Amble,Northumberland,UK. My husband Phil put me onto Randys blog and then i caught onto yours... thanks for your thoughts. I also want to be reading when you write...

sandie brock said...

We are a lovely group of listeners, I am sure. Nothing to be afraid of. Keep inspiring us with your life that is not normal.

Kimberly Turnbo. said...

Hey Kelsey, I'm glad your writing. I'm often curious because I so enjoyed the few times you've taught in Cincinnati, and just plain ole' missing you guys sometimes; that big smile that makes any soul feel important and special. It's nice to have this contact. Makes you seem not so far away. I don't get on the computer everyday but I try to check you out often as I can. I still have and hold dear that "puzzle card" you made me. Remember?

Jenny Powell said...

kelsey -
i love reading the "female" perspective of the bohlender family. :) your posts are provoking, honest, and fun... still hope we get to have you guys over for dinner sometime. :)

Mikie3toes said...

Yep, I do.

anita said...

hi- anita from phx. i started reading randy's blog from someone else's link and have thoroughly enjoyed reading all of the bohlender blogs. i have 2 kids at ihop and live vicariously through you all! blessings! anita

Alaska1 said...

ok I am here in KC, but I still call myself Alaskan. ONe of these Sundays I wll introduce myself and my wife. We really enjoy reading your and Randy's blogs... Jackson too for that matter.

Liz said...

I love it! Keep crankin' 'em out!

Patrice Esser said...

Hi Kelsey. I heard about your blog through your husband, Randy, whose blog I found through Greg Burnett. I was browsing the links on his webpage one day and decided to click on this "rbohlender" guy. Turns out I knew him! The funny guy who made the announcements during FCF. I've been reading his blog ever since and I appreciate you both for your walks and what you share. I agree with previous posters, it's great to hear perspective from the both of you.

I was in KC for a year doing the FITN internship (2004-2005) and currently I'm in grad school studying public health at Loma Linda in California.

Be blessed!

chuck said...

you may know me as the litle man that drags sawdust all over your house. i read your blog, as does chastity. there are few folks from homeland security, but nevermind them, they're harmless.

Pamela Beauvais said...

Southern Mississippi here!

Pamela Beauvais said...

Southern Mississippi here!

fairchildren said...

I think you are absolutly the cutest!(happy birthday!) But if you don't give danielle back we will come and get you!!!:)
Caroline

fairchildren said...

so i may have sent this a second ago but this computers confuse me! I am reading! happy birthday! and i will say it again..if you don't give danielle back we will come and get you!!!:)
Caroline

Anonymous said...

Hi, my name is John Paul Fullerton and I live in College Station, Texas. I visited the Cincinnati Vineyard and the Cincinnati House of Prayer in November 2004. I've visited IHOP a few times. I was at a conference in Toronto the last few days and saw a restaurant named Kelsey's and a young man with a yellow shirt with a 10 on it (who reminded me of Randy and a brother here in town) was on the stage at the conference

Randy Bohlender said...

A young man in a yellow shirt. hmmmm. Wasn't me.

Anonymous said...

Hi Kelsey,
You don't know me, either; I got your link from Kristi Walsh's blog. I so enjoy reading your thoughts. Your humour is so funny, as is all your family's. I'm glad you blogged on this subject. I feel like I'm lurking sometimes b/c I haven't met you. So now my conscience is clear!! :)
Esther in New Zealand, who is coming to visit IHOP in 2 weeks!!! I'll be the one with no tan!

Grayson Bohlender said...

Your 9 year old son reads it!!

wen said...

i stumbled across your blog, does that count? :) happy birthday from another gemini!

Anonymous said...

Hiya Kelsey,
you don't know me but you may know my sister, Kyndra Turnbull. Well anyway I know she knows Jackson though! She met him innnnnnnnnn DC??? I dunno well anyway, Some of her stories ended up being disasterous....JK! I love reading the Bohlender blogs!
Blog maniac,
Kay :D

Bren said...

hi Kelsey,
this is Bren from Cincinnati, I go to the Eastside Vineyard, and so enjoy your blog.
Blessings
Bren

Jacqueline said...

Hi! I'm from Calgary, Alberta, Canada and I discovered your family's blogs from friends at the Sanctuary House of Prayer in Winnipeg, Manitoba. My husband and I are hopeful intercessory missionaries, so I love reading people's blogs who are doing it & learning from their experiences. Thanks for your entries - they both encourage and challenge me!

John Evans said...

Better late than never... (Blogger ate my previous attempt.) Thanks for writing. I guess my only real-life link to you and yours is that I sent "Krakatoa" to Randy last fall. I discovered his blog through a lucky (er, providential) Google search last summer.

Summer said...

Hello! My name is Summer and my husband and I are missionaries in India. I was at IHOP for some time in the night watch and I found your blog through Jenny Powell's. I love your heart and reading about your life. You provoke me to pursue Him more deeply and to be more bold about His coming. Thank you for sharing your heart.

Nathan said...

Found Randy's blog not long ago. I'm in Philly after doing prayer in Cleveland for a long time. Able to do some prayer walks with the JHOP people when I'm in DC, and making new connections in town currently.

Thrilled you guys did Burning Man btw.