Tuesday, October 27, 2009

Happy Birthday Nature Trail

Blog Name: Nature Trail

Date: October 25, 2009

Subject: Celebration with Flowers

What beautiful birthday flowers they are Anna.

Cheers on your 6oth.

Please collect my greetings from here.

Many Happy Returns of the day Anna!

Each tier represents a score. Three tiers is three scores. :)

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Saturday, October 24, 2009

Second Blog Anniversary for a Happily Retired Gal

Blog Name: Small Reflections
Date: October 21, 2009
Origin: USA

Subject: Celebrating My Second Blogoversary

Comment due for blog title: Beginnings

It's really great that we now have this technology advancement and our being a 'closet writer' is now a thing in the past.

We may not be recognized by those who never knew us, but it's amazing how we find there are so many out there who come and pause to read our thoughts once were only scribbled in a humble journal.

I am not a steady journal pen writer because I am used to typing. Yet, that cannot be dutifully accomplished as I have the tendency to be lazy. I write them down in my memory and most times, they automatically delete themselves when they are ready to be consigned to forgetfulness.

I feel privileged to revisit to read your beginning in the blogosphere. I have been blogging in my early days over at myspace until some lunatic hacked that profile and I lost everything I posted there. My back-ups were also deleted when someone changed our window program and did not really care to copy all what I had stored there.

So keep all those journals.

Monday, October 19, 2009

Thoughts after Thoughts - Part I

Blog Name: Salitype Society
Date: October 2, 2009

Title: A Post by Jeff Johnson, Mental Health Therapist


It is really very important to have a nurturing family who has fear in God. Though how much we may mean well in life, sometimes life can go off rail for whatever reason. It is up to us how to revalue ourselves so we can say, We are worth it!

I feel very sorry for those that did not get much love right from their own family.

When I was young, and my father worked as a military personnel; his job as a law enforcer was to pursue the lawless.

When he did, he would bring them home and feed them before taking them to the camp for investigation and custody.

Imagine how naive we were in the family what he brought home to be fed. And my mother would feed them without question.

The lawless? Believe it or not, they tailed my father without handcuffs.

Why was that? Because my father valued them as Humans worth his every respect. And there was no excuse why he shouldn't.