Wednesday, July 15, 2009

I'm not really here

That's right, I am scheduling this to post while I am away from home. We are helping in a Camp for the church kids. This is our winter break here in Paraguay, so schools are out. While I am away for the next few days, I have a request for all my readers.

It has been suggested that in order to promote my book and use this blog as a platform, I should post a few of my most popular posts in my side bar. This would allow all new readers a rapid way in which to get a glimpse of what the book will be.

I have gone back through my posts and according to my site meter, the following are some of the most popular posts here at The Jungle Hut. I ask that each of you take the time to read them over in my absence and let me know if you think these give a balanced look into what I am all about. Perhaps you may remember another post which was a favorite for you, if so, let me know which one and why.

I look forward to your input!












13 comments:

Findalis said...

5 excellent posts. I do hope that your book will also have some of the more humorous ones too.

MightyMom said...

well, seeing as how my title for your book is "When there's machete in your path..." I really think you should include the post that tells about what it means when there's a machete in your path...

;-)

The Hermit said...

Hope you come back safe and sound.

Joy said...

I don't think I can pick just one. They each show your experiences throughout the years and your love for the places you have called home and the people you have ministered to.
You have a great style of writing and I enjoy your humorous take on these experiences and your heart for the sadness in them too.
Hope the camp went well.

Brenda said...

Hmmm, I will look at these posts but I don't necessarily thing site meter is a good reflection of what your best writing might be. Reading patterns vary and the variables might be due to something other than your writing style.

Just my opinion.

Brenda said...

I like Jungle Jolly the best :)

Betty said...

I think your posts are always fascinating! The things you´ve learned and went through, seems unimaginable to me. I like the post of the "death stone" because it shows just how different cultures can be, and that something so simple can be misunderstood so badly.
I hope your book sells and is a huge success!

Sensei Justice said...

Ok so its not the blog I had before. Actually its more a web site on a blog lol. My web master has taken a job and can't keep my old karate site up and running so after thing to learn to make one I realized I could cheat and get it all done using the blog. LOL

http://gilbertshotokan.blogspot.com/

Lady Glamis said...

This is such a good idea to do this! I should put up my most popular ones. I'll have to check these out. Now they'll be even more popular!

Debbie said...

I have enjoyed each of your posts. I'd be hard pressed to pick my top five.

groovyoldlady said...

Oh yippee...You ARE going to write a book! Hurray! I want to order MY copy now!

I love all your stories, but the worm one has been repeated by me to many, MANY other people.

m in cde said...

I read through yesterday and loved them all. Had dream last night of you coming to CDE with a huge bucket of live worms and telling everyone to try them. It made everyone laugh as some were trying the worms and others were watching.. and there was just alot of laughter! (Just what this town needs)
SO...
The worm one is my favourite !

Kathy said...

I love all your posts!!!!!