"Your blog keeps getting better and better! Your older articles are not as good as newer ones you have a lot more creativity and originality now. Keep it up! And according to this article, I totally agree with your opinion, but only this time!"
"You have really great taste on catch article titles, even when you are not interested in this topic you push to read it"
These are just two of the 20 "comments" my first post at SimpliFi received. I feel so special, as well as creative and original. And perhaps pushy. What you think of my article? Are newer ones gooder and more catch than older ones?
How about you hop on over to see Wednesday's "article"—I reveal how our carpentry experiment turned out—and maybe, if you can find the graciousness in your heart, improve the quality of the comments. Or click here to read about my neighbor's dirty laundry. Also, you can head over to the Secret Society of List Addicts to see who I'd invite to my imaginary tea party. Original and catch, no?
Been catching up on your posts, my goodness I've missed a lot :) Sorry to hear about your MIL's illness - I hope her treatment is successful, short, and easy to bear (one can hope, anyway). Glad to know Ethan survived swallowing a small tool, kids will do the darndest things :) don't be too hard on Noah (or yourself).
Not to burst your bubble or anything...but the first comment is almost identical to comments that Ms. Anonymous was spreading around not too long ago...baffling, encouraging and just a wee bit odd. Oh, wait...you already knew that...that's the whole point. I just got that. I'm slow. I know. It's been a wild and wacky week over here...
Like Dori said.
But it secretly fascinates that somebody goes to the effort of leaving "positive & encouraging spam". That seems so counter-intuitive.
Just wanted to say Hi, myself.
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