Still a dreamer…Old Memories and New Hopes

Just an observation

I have over 50 friends and acquaintances. I have none who have a blog. Many don’t even use the computer. A few on Facebook and fewer on Twitter. My granddaughter has over 1,000 friends on Facebook; I have 11. Perhaps, I don’t belong!…but then again, I just joined, and the “friends may come out tomorrow.”

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  1. From 9 to 24 friends in one day. So it did happen that “the friends will come out tomorrow.” Thank you for making me feel part of this century…and still growing and have close to 50…fun

  2. Excellent! I will be sure to tune in for more expressions and observations. Look forward to it.

    • Thank you so very much Julie. What you did, truly validated the whole process of going on Facebook and Twitter to get more followers on my blog, and I thank you. I have archives that go back to March that you might like. Please feel free to share with any of your contacts and I look forward to any comments you might make, and again I so appreciate your words.

  3. If you build it, they will come. Just wait and see.

    I may be one of the very few who will confess to actually loving Facebook, but I do love it. It’s enabled me to stay in more daily connection with friends from all over the world, and to reconnect with childhood friends who I really DID want to find. I’ve managed to get together with a few of them, and some of these relationships have turned out to be surprisingly rich all these years later, even if we hadn’t spoken since junior high. FB will give your friends and followers a way to spread the word about your blog, too.

    • I agree with you and I live in the positive of “hey, you never know.” Love our “friend” connection, and I went from zero to almost 50 in less than a week…Thanks Judy, so appreciate your comment and look forward to more….

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