Saying for the day- Little acts of kindness go a long way.
It’s leave a comment Monday. The day on which all across the internet people leave comments on every blog they visit. I have ended my work of bringing old sayings into the internet age.
Before I begin a new activity let me beg you to leave a comment.
Now I am offering some new sayings that in time could become old sayings.
1. A blog is not a blog without comments
2. A commentless blog is like a dead frog.
3. A good comment makes a mother proud.
4. Winners leave comments-losers read and run
5. Comments count.
I confess I am a comment addict. I need comments.
You can make me happy.
If you’re here from Blog Explosion don’t just wait your time leave a comment.
The only way a blog writer can know you read what was written is by a good comment or even a bad comment.
Every Monday I put aside my dignity and get down on one knee and beg for comments. I am so ashamed.
I will, however, not steal comments from other blogs. I draw the line there.
Please leave a comment.
@@@@ News from Pigeon Falls-The little town in my garage where the trains still run, dragons fly, and people mutter– Everyone stopping in to Nancy’s café this morning wanted to talk about Pastor Moe’s sermon. Members of Last Lutheran were upset. In general they didn’t feel that they were as bad as he made them out to be. One little old lady asks if all the quilts they made didn’t count for something. All those Fridays, all that sewing, and they didn’t even rate a thank you. Others asked about the money they raised for World Hunger and felt that they should get credit for that. Still others said they weren’t going back to church until Pastor Moe left. The Methodists that stopped for coffee seemed almost happy. They made comments like “ That Pastor really gave to the Lutherans. I wish I had been there to hear that.”
Bobsled Maki is limping around this morning. It seems in his latest attempt to ride the barrel he fell off and missed the hay. He seems to have pulled a muscle. Eino says that he hope that means Bobsled has given up his dream to ride a bull in this week’s rodeo. But Bobsled said it will take more than a pulled muscle to stop him.
Today's Link-Letting Me Be ...random wondering and philosophy- The modern city dweller looks at the wonder of camping. Leave a nature loving Dr. John in the comment for an extra chance in Friday's drawing.
The grandsons are gone. The house is quiet. I worked in the garage in the morning. The pool man is back but he won't finish today. The walk in bath tub is still not done. So much activity on the weekend that I took a long nap this afternoon. Now I need a breathing treatment.