Saturday, May 21, 2016

MEANWHILE HERE IN THE HOOD---


THE LENGTHS

I WILL GO TO




STILL LIVING LIFE LARGE

HERE IN THE HOOD

6 comments:

  1. Welcome to my lonely boat.... DARNIT! and with one comment youre back in the other boat of unloneliness!!! Hahaha.... (Note that my comment might have been contributed due to hilarity of you using a Garfield comment to express yourself & occupy the main extent of your post) :0}

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  2. ( this may or may not be your silly neighbor ;0} )

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    1. Knew immediately who this was! Hope your birthday was joyful!
      Blessings!

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  3. I'm sure lots of people read all our blogs, but do not comment. I'm 'guilty' of that as well being of the same mind with Dana Perino on Fox News when she so rightly stated, "Why do I have to have an opinion on everything?!" Sometimes we all just weary of trying to think or be witty or clever.
    I did quit following a lot of blogs recently for that reason and the one's that have noise and/or animations. They take too long to load.
    Hope your day is blessed. ~:)

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  4. A lot of people visit our Blogs and do not leave a comment. I know I often visit my own Blog without leaving a comment. That is, unless someone else has commented and then it is only polite to respond to their comments. But if no one has commented I do not comment either. It's like joining a conspiracy of silence against me.

    It's the same with Facebook and having friends. A friend of mine, a real one not a computer one, has over 3000 "friends" on his Facebook page. That is more than all the real people I have ever met in a lifetime. Just sit down for a moment and count ... how many real people have you met, (I mean spoken to), in your whole life? I tried counting all the people I ever met once, and I fell asleep when I reached 36.

    Also, sometimes people "un-friend" some people on Facebook. That is they can no longer contact them. I once un-friended myself on Facebook and could not go on my page anymore !!!!

    Then there's Pinterest. What's all that about? I can't understand it. And Twitter? Now there's a good idea. Wouldn't it be great in real life if people could only speak to you up to a limited number of words or characters? After 140 characters their mouth would clam shut. Wonderful for a conversation with the mother-in-law. We once had an argument which lasted a whole week. I didn't want to interrupt.

    God bless.

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  5. {{{{giggling}}}} over Victor's comment. I no longer worry or care if people visit the blog...life is short, and I know by the summary that people do visit. If it reaches one little ole' person, then ok. Thanks for the fits of giggles over the cartoon...

    Have a beautiful weekend, and by the way, your blog gets read more than you think it does, friend. smiles

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Your comments keep my writing and often cause me to think. A written form of a hug or a pat on the back and an occasional slap into reality---I treasure them all!