I’d love to hear from you. Thanks for stopping by.
Aren’t you something? Great stuff here, plus I learned a new word today — confabulate – love it!
I hope we can confabulate more often. 😉
I”m a writer, blogger and ruminator. I believe that laughing at the malfunction of the universe is better than crying about it. Nice to meet you … 🙂
Nice to meet you too…
You’re a ruminator. I’m a ponderer. We have a lot in common…
Thanks for visiting my bubble. Yours looks pretty interesting too. I like reading, writing, going to the gum and eating – not necessarily in that order.
I think we’re both cool for 40, but my kids might disagree. Thanks for stopping by.
I’m glad to acquaint you today! Building followers is a slow trickle and receiving a comment is rare. Yours made for an exciting gift today – thank you! Your readers might enjoy what brought me to WordPress. http://cmriedel.wordpress.com/2012/02/06/my-anniversary-here/
You’re 40? I’m afraid. I am enjoying every second of my 30s before my far-off birthday. Usually excited, for once I won’t rush greeting it. Eeek. The “it’s just a number” speeches mean nothing. My scenario is I’m not a Mom yet. But I have plenty of time and health to start. 🙂
I’m glad you commented on Ross Gale’s blog. Our writing method is so similar, I felt like I’d met a kindred spirit.
Forty’s not so bad (it’s the new 30 you know), but fifty is a number I’m dreading. I look forward to reading more of your blog.
What of my writing feels kindred? A lovely thing to say! I wasn’t joking, comments are a source of excitement in my house. If you read article #1 about my kittens, my piece about technology, my WordPress anniversary, anything… I’d dearly thank you and all who give most of my posts their first reply.
Maybe it’s your smiling honest picture or enthusiasm to participate (that part is like me for sure): you exude kindness. My favourite part of the internet and ways I found original penpals, is exactly this.
Your method of writing is very similar to mine: You are a relentless editor as am I (I can relate to a blog post taking five hours to write). You like to write on the computer for the same reasons I do, but we both would like to be able to write outside.
I look forward to reading more of your blog. Maybe we’re kindred in our writing style as well.
hi Dawne , i’m super new to this and come across your blog on “puppy nobody wanted ” – nice . thanks for sharing .
i like the idea of “about me ” ..
Thanks for stopping by. I’ll be by to visit your blog. Good luck and have fun with it.
Thank you, Dawne for following my blog, I have no words, I have photos which represents my words, my history and why not my life.Each photo of mine represents something, a little bit from me, soul, sentiments, love, and sometimes hate.This is the truth.Thank you again.
Thank you for following my blog, too. I have words, you have pictures. We complement each other. I look forward to visiting your blog often.
I like what I found at your blog and I look forward to following you.
I agree with your comments regarding rhyme vs. free-verse & old-school vs. modern poetic sensibilities. Come check out my poetry blog when you can.
Thanks for checking out my blog and inviting me to yours. I like what I found there. I’ll be back.
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