We must be a small world. It feels like I have traveled all over the world just by blogging away in a way that we all do. I can sit in my little corner of the world and reach out so far. It's unbelievable but also truly amazing. We can interact with each other no… Continue reading Amazing, just totally amazing!
Just look at this number. 18 000 comments! That's from the start a couple of years ago when I learned about interactive blogging. If you want followers, readers amnd people who leave comments you have to do the same back. You can't sit and wait for comments to appear on your blog. You have to… Continue reading We talk a lot
I have a new idea I wanna try. Can we have pub meetings here at wp? We meet in the comments field and talk, just like we always do. I just like the thought of being at a friendly wp pub at that time. We have to use our imagination of course. If you want… Continue reading Sunday Pub at wp – subject idiots
Dannys question for the day made me think of this word: Visit his post and read other good one word a day suggestions. What do you think of the word TRY? Anna
How often do you hear empty words? How often do you use them yourself? What do you do when you hear them? Why do you use them? Are they good or bad, the empty words? What are empty words? Have I succeeded with the empy words drawing? I didn't know how to make empty rooms… Continue reading Empty words
If you ever wonder if your comments matters, the answer is yes, they do. Even the slightest 🙂 matters to me. Your comment gives me - a "pling" on my ipad, - a smile on my face, because all your comments are so nice - inspiration, because your thoughts are very thoughtful - a sign… Continue reading Comments are like little kind gifts
We sometimes divide people into introvert and extrovert groups. Most of us are a little bit of both, others are more introvert than extrovert and vice versa. But, which of these groups takes more space than the other? Or do we give both groups equal space? I drew a simple picture based on this issue… Continue reading Who is the biggest?
What if flowers could talk. Maybe they do, just not in our human languages. What if they both think and talk. What do they say about us humans staring at them? Anna Tulip from our garden 🙂