Perfect Strangers’ Ultimate Fans

If you have a blog like I do you get to see where people are coming to your site from. I found out that some are finding this nonsense via a Perfect Strangers Fan Forum.

Yes. I am glad to know that a site like this exists.

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9 Responses to Perfect Strangers’ Ultimate Fans

  1. Mary says:

    Hi Kristiane,

    I loved reading your memoir. Thank you for putting it on your blog. A very sweet story with a happy ending. I hope Max is still doing well and thriving. You will have to keep blogging to let us know how he’s doing.

    I just finished a wonderful book called A Place To Belong. It’s by first-time author Paul Miller. he writes it as a memoir, fiction based on fact. It’s a story about a little boy who lives a horrendous childhood. Growing up in hatred and anger. He tells of his journey and those people who come across his path and what he learns from them. With a 50 year journey he becomes understanding and forgiving. He grew up hating his father. Then he realized he didn’t hate him, he just felt sorry for him.

    The lesson I get from both stories is that with wonderful people in our lives we can be our best and highest selves.

    Thank you Kristiane for being that person for Max.

    Take care,

    Mary :>)

  2. dohopoki says:

    I wonder if there’s a 46 fan club out there plotting my death.

  3. kristiane says:

    doho- I only associate with you because of comments like that one.

  4. kristiane says:

    Thanks Mary, I appreciate that and I will definitely check it out!

  5. stephanie says:

    they played the theme song to this show and family ties on lovelines last nite. so funny!!!! seth mcfarlane was singing along to it and i was just dying driving home from work! you can probably listen to it on lovelines.com

  6. kristiane says:

    Steph- Luckily I own the DVDs and get to hear it whenever I want đŸ™‚ But thanks!

  7. Greg says:

    I’ve had a blog post of mine picked up by a fan forum once. Apparently, it amused them enough that they talked about it for several days. I got a real kick out of reading the responses to it. They were sort of laughing at it but it was more with me than at me.

  8. Michael says:

    My blog posts seem to get discussed on Spanish-speaking forums occasionally…and it’s too much work to use my inadequate Spanish skills to decipher what they’re talking about. I just take the use of smiley faces as indicators of positive feedback.

    (I’m looking forward to reading your memoir post tomorrow at work)

  9. kittymao says:

    wo- you can DO that!?
    I’m gonna have to check that out- and let you know what kind of peopel I attract.

    I’m kind of scared.

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