A short post today to welcome some new followers — thank you for doing so and for taking the time to comment. I believe some found me from Maggie at Someone Fat Happened from her mentioning me on her Freshly-Pressed post — thank you, Maggie.
Then Jen from Jen and Tonic put one of my posts on her fan pages — thank you, Jen. Both of these women are hilarious and you should go visit them.
This blogging world is wonderful. I’ve made friends from everywhere, including those who ALWAYS read my ramblings, whether it’s noteworthy or not, and leave me comments: Grippy, Audra, Madame Weebles, Sandee, Margarita, Lis, Carrie, Lillian, Honie, JM, Lou Ann, Cathy, Ruta, Fish, Smak). We’ve been following each other for months now.
I’m sure I’ve acquired others from milling about on the above sites as well (please go visit them, they’re all funny and write all kinds of stuff, we’re all adults here) — thank you.
Then there’s Le Clown who as of late as been taking the Word Press world by storm, first becoming Freshly Pressed then being chosen to have an interview with the Word Press team at the Daily Post. He’s a kind-hearted person who’s doing something very cool in November — go visit him. His Haiku Sundays began when I answered this post with a haiku. He graciously let me become Master of Ceremonies and since then, he lets guest bloggers do the same every Sunday.
I know that’s a lot of links and I plan to do a post in the future with many, many more talented bloggers that I’ve only recently began following and them, me.
We may all have different viewpoints and different ways in which we express ourselves, but we all treat each other with respect. I love it and it’s weird how we all stumble across each other and I’ll see “you” here and there and we begin a conversation. Sometimes it’s of a serious nature or sometimes it’s just lighthearted nonsense, but thank you — all of you — for accepting me and treating me with respect. It says something about us all and reinforces my belief that we’re more alike that we think
On to other things
Totally off the subject here and I don’t normally talk about popular culture stuff, but I just saw the movie, Argo. Go see it. It’s Oscar-worthy. The writing and acting is excellent and I think Ben Affleck will probably receive honors for his acting and directing. It’s about a time in history when Canada helped America rescue hostages.
Please go read my post today on Canadica — CLICK HERE.
Sweet Mother created this and it’s a blog where Canadians and Americans poke fun at each other. My post is all in fun and I hope you’ll find it entertaining.
Have a wonderful Wednesday, my friends and thank you for reading.