Thursday, June 2, 2011

THANK YOU and - Oops !

I would like to thank some new people who are reading my blog. As you know blogger likes to play these games with us. It is now hiding the faces of "followers". I used to just go back to the people and thank them through email and follow their blog as well. Now I cannot do that as I don't know who the new friends are. So please allow me to thank you guys. I will just have to wait until the blogger shows pictures and gives me the links. I would love to read your blogs too, and follow them.
And oops, I got tagged. Thank you Michael. I will have to read all the things I have to write and think about people I would like to tag back. Also my wall paper is made of my grandsons. They are still babies. I am sorry I can not put them on the internet. I might put back the picture of a peacock,( my old wall paper)  just for a couple of days so I can put that for answer to question number 2.
Blogging is getting to be more than just writing a diary that people can read. I like that.


Belle said...

It is more than a diary, isn't it? It opens up a world full of great people with wonderful stories.

Hope said...

my sentiments exactly! a whole new world to share with others.

have a wonderful day, Munir!

Hilary Melton-Butcher said...

Hi Munir .. I finally thanked you for your two awards you gave me on my Memorial post - sorreeee .. but better late than never?! Really appreciate the awards .. very thoughtful of you ...

Blogger is getting itself sorted out I hope - but if we don't have our email on our site (and I must check if I do) then we can't email people .. just have to do it on their blog ..

Well done for unembedding your comment box - makes life so much easier ..

Cheers for now .. Hilary

Michael Offutt said...

hehe You're welcome Munir. The blog tagging thing can seem like a chain letter so it's not for everyone. Personally, I like doing them because it gives me a blog entry to write about when my mind is running dry :)

Martha Z said...

Thanks for stopping by my blog. I found it interesting browsing through yours.
My late mother's cousin lives across the Hudson in Cold Spring and we visited there once but did not have a chance to explore Storm King. I hope you do go out with your camera, I'd love to see some pictures.