Wednesday, August 09, 2006

A Question




I received this comment recently:

" city girl said...

I propose this: M.P.Not: it would be so great, due to your beautiful expression of words, for you to hold a question/answer. There of those of us who read your blog, love it, and want some things to reflect upon, some advice for our personal issues we are dealing with. so: what do you say?"




I say, if I can be of any assistance, I would love to do a question and answer forum. I am not exactly sure how to do it, but for starters, anyone with a question can leave it in this comment box. Or, my e-mail address is in the sidebar (Just use the @ and . instead of the words). I will assume I can blog a question received by e-mail, but of course will not if requested to keep it private.

Anyway, if there is interest I'll make it a regular thing. If it just comes up now and then, I'll always try me best to be of help, for any difficulty or question. I guess now that I am 40, I have lots of life experience I can share. Age has its benefits.

And thanks, city girl, for you vote of confidence. You are sweet. Really, anytime you need something, just let me know.

(included is a random garden photo ~ this is a Black-eyed Susan.)

5 Comments:

Blogger ukok said...

I agree with 'city girl', you do have an awesome way of expressing these things we call merely words and making them something far more alive and impacting and vibrant. I'm delighted that a reader of yours took the time to tell you what is surely on most of our minds :-)

Isn't it wonderful to get such feedback and positive affirmation?

It's good to be home and reading you again!

August 10, 2006  
Blogger PopTart Mom said...

Bennie and I were just talking about the lack of the Black-eyed Susan here. I remember the mountains being covered with them when I was a little girl. Wonder what happened? *Sigh*

August 10, 2006  
Anonymous city girl said...

sounds wonderful...
In Hebrews 10:24 it says...
Let us outdo each other in being helpful and kind to each other and in doing good.
My point being...we are in this together; through faith in God.

August 10, 2006  
Blogger Mimi said...

I don't think they grow in the Northwest, but I remember Laura Ingalls Wilder had a cat with that name, didn't she?

August 10, 2006  
Blogger The Kitchen Madonna said...

I think you should do it MPN!
KM

August 16, 2006  

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