I am surprised and grateful for just how many international followers I have. Since I’ve been to Rwanda and Kenya in Africa, and Australia and New Zealand. and Peru and Ecuador in South America, I’m not totally surprised that some folks in those countries receive my newsletter. I love speaking internationally; Mexico may be my favorite because people so welcoming. And Canada is a great destination, especially if there’s a hockey game involved. In any case, I’ve been there to speak on many occasions and our national radio show is heard in Canada – so, of course, there are followers from there.
However, I’ve never (at least not yet) been to the Netherlands – but always there are a legion of people there who follow me there, though I am unsure why. Hopefully they can read English. Other nations that have more than a pawful of people reading my newsletters include Argentina, Belgium, Brazil, England, France, Greece, Costa Rica, Hungary (do they know my grandfather was Hungarian), Italy, Romania and Switzerland.
Whether you happen to live in Florence, Kentucky or Florence, Italy or Melbourne, Florida or Melbourne, Australia – I hope you do sign up for my blog updates. And I am so incredibly grateful, that for example, one post was even opened by a reader in Madagascar, a handful from Botswana and several from Thailand. Thank you. I suppose it is a small world after all. And someone’s gotta invite me to the Netherlands.