Thursday, July 12, 2007

How to Talk Back

Someone e-mailed me at home who has never read a blog before and asked how to write back. I have not looked into blogs before, so this morning, I messed around with it a little as someone who was not the setter upper of the blog. If you want to respond to any of the postings, just click on the word "comment" at the end of the entry and a window will open up for you to blog in back. I know that this person is not the only one that I sent the info out to that isn't familiar with blogging, so I figured I'd post this instead of e-mail her back:).


  1. Well this is a new and interesting experience. never blogged before either. but as you travel, your friends must also travel."you don't have to see the whole stairway,just start climbing"MLK
    Friends are with you.

  2. Here we go again....miss you, will contact you and keep you in my thoughts channeling positive energy your way, love to you, chris

  3. Hi Chris,

    As "my kids" say, "I feel you". Thanks so much for your support. I wish I could take some of this off time to come down to Arkansas and see you. I will probably be too tired to do much of anything once I gbet a couple of weeks into my treatments. I already had to take off work early because I was physically and emotionally wiped out. I wasn't sleeping more than a few hours a day because I couldn't get that pig of a doctor out of my head, coupled with getting stuck working mandatory overtime two out of three days one week. I pretty much snapped. Lack of sleep, physical and emotional stress make for a weird, almost manic/crazy feeling. I'm finally starting to sleep a decent amount of time, with the help of sleeping pills and not working midnights. I'm still tired. I'm still needing to take naps some days.

  4. Terri,
    Looking forward to seeing you tomorrow and trying out your Arbonne products. I know that the sunscreen we used of yours in New Orleans worked really well.

  5. I blogged the Womens Serenity Prayer on my myspace, hope you don't mind. I also like your labryinth of links. Kate and I say hi to you and Deb. And send a grunt to your basement troll for me.

  6. Howdy Kamisha,

    The troll left for Albequircy (okay, I have no idea how to spell!!) and New Orleans a couple of hours ago. He will be driving down with his parents. They are going to ditch him in NOLA. He will be back before fall semester begins. He'll be posting updates on his blog.

    As far as adding the poem to another blog, that's fine. Just make sure that the bi-line is included if you will. It even used to be used in a women's Adult Children of Alcoholics group in Lansing years ago. I'm not sure if they are still using it or not. It is meant to empower all who choose to use it, especially women, but not limited to women. I am glad you like it.