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I know there are folks out there who read my blog, at least once in a while. Would you please do me a favor? Would you make a comment every now and then? It's easy...just click on comment, and if you don't have any of the accounts set up that are listed, you can post as "anonymous". Just identify yourself in the comment. I'd like to know how many people out there are actually reading my blog, albeit occasionally.

THANKS!

Comments

Lenore said…
You know I am. And probably a lot of other people who don't know how to leave comments. Like my dad.
Jim said…
I read it at least a few times a week, and I do know how to do it.
Anonymous said…
I read it several times a week and I tell you I do. See you Friday. :>)
Linda J said…
who are you anonymous?
Anonymous said…
I am your friend and I'll see you Friday night. I don't have any of the accounts set up below so I have to use the "anonymous." :>)
Bobby Rozzell said…
I read your blog every time you post. Don't be discouraged. I enjoy what you write when you have the time to do so.So write what you can, when you can.
Linda J said…
okay anonymous, I know who you are!
Anonymous said…
I read your blog everyday. It usually puts me in a better frame of mind. I love all the animal pictures. I would do a blog but i have nothing interesting to blog. Keep the blog going and keep us informed forever. Love you,Rhonda
Heather rules said…
YOU KNOW I READ IT!! Now if I could only post some stuff to my blog, that would meet two of your requests. ;o)
Jennifer Lacy said…
hehehe i am a faithful reader! I will try and be a better commmenter!

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