Sunday, July 6, 2008

Idalou Texas

Somebody from Idalou, Texas read my blog today. I don't know who you are, but I am naming the white bunny after your town. I love my site meter. One time someone showed up from Katmandu, too cool.

15 comments:

  1. Why thank you, the blogosphere blessed us with it.

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  2. I agree cool name. I love my site meter too.

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  3. Hi PG, thanks for stopping by. We had a calf one time named lidia lou after two crazy great aunts.

    Any other nutty southern lady names out there?

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  4. I wonder if that's pronounced as it looks or if it's pronounced differently. At least it's unique. I should log into my sitemeter more often, it just doesn't occur to me....

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  5. Hey cindy, google pulled it up just like that. It appears to be a very cool place in Napal.

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  6. Okay, wait a minute. I think the sun got to me. Were you asking about katmandu or idalou?

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  7. I tried to set up a site meter once and it failed miserably. I'll have to retry. They sound like a lot of fun. Lovely name for the rabbit by-the-way~!

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  8. Hi sherry, try the site meter again. Just looking and the google entries makes it worth it.

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  9. Hee. I love the name Idalou, though maybe not for a person. I seems like the perfect muppet name or doll name, somehow.

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  10. For some odd reason it reminds me of "Aunt Bea."
    Brenda

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  11. HI kittenpie. Seemed like perfect bunny name. We named our first bunny fern.

    brenda, I know, it sounds old fashioned.

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  12. I have a couple southern lady names for you (these are my aunt's names): Melba, Herma, Athney, Althea, Harweda. Seriously. :)

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  13. Lisa, I love the name Althea. I need another critter so I can use that name.

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  14. I grew up in Idalou. story is that it was named for the founder's two daughters Ida and Lou.

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