I want to say how much I appreciate all the nice comments that I receive each day that I post.
This seems to be one of my failing points as I don't tend to do the same for others like they do for me.I find after reading over 20 blogs each early morning,that time runs out by the time I’ve done that, plus publish a blog,do E-mails and read all my discussion forums..I love discussion forums,as I learn a lot from them.When I go through all the blogs,some are already 15 to 20 hours old by this time and new one’s are just around the corner,so should I hold off and comment on the new one,or add to the old,or do both?
I guess my timing is off because my computer time is sort of weird.As many of you have probably noticed I’m usually on the computer from about 3AM until 6 or 7, as I go to bed early and rise early,a habit I cant seem to break,although I surprised myself the other day when I slept in until 4:30 AM.Must of been stressed out and over tired from all the animal kingdom attacks.
The other excuse I have is that I’m still finding the comment system frustrating, as some of your sites recognize me when I click on “Comments” and others put me through the identification process several times before I’m finally recognized and it goes through…..Am I missing something?Now I sound like I’m making excuses….anyway fellow bloggers,I will try to do better and do my part…Lets face it….we all live for the comments section…Don't we?
And now the other things,I’m trying a picture less blog today just so I can do a little rant at myself.If the famous Tioga George can get away with blogs with just one paragraph some days,then so can I…Anyway I’m older than him.
Life here in Mexico was slow yesterday with a light drizzle most of the day.It was very warm though as the temperature hovered around the 80 degree mark.And now at 4AM its still muggy with all my windows still wide open.I puttered around outside the trailer most of the day with just a bathing suit on.The warm rain felt good, having a poor man’s shower as I worked.I’ll take this over the weather back home or in Arid-Zona where the situation yesterday was, (to quote a friend),sideways gravel, with the wind.
AH! WHAT THE HECK….HERE’S A PICTURE OF WHAT A MEXICAN RECLINER LOOKS LIKE.