1. come on in…

hello and welcome!  welcome to yet another one of my self-created corners of the blogosphere.  i’m like the starbucks of blogging.  so i do hope you have already purchased your good ol’ cup-o-joe and have found a nice comfortable place to sit.  you may find yourself here for a while.  rumor has it that the conversations you overhear around here are quite intriguing and sometimes scintillating.  and the best part, they are all completely true.  so stick around.  who knows who else might show up and what might be said?  i just know, i would hate to miss it!

anyway, just click on what he said… for all the latest news overheard around here. and if you have the time, click on  what he said elsewhere… to see what was the latest news overheard, well, elsewhere.  and if you so feel inclined, please leave a comment or use the like/share buttons on anything that may have piqued your interest. see?  it’s pretty casual and easy-going around here.


9 responses to “1. come on in…

  1. Thanks for reading and hitting the like button on my post. Interaction means quite a bit to me and Z. She, Z, allows me to both advocate for and use her as my example in my posts. *sorry, sentence structure sux* Anyway, that bit of interaction lets us know that, maybe, we, my “muse” and I, might be making a difference. Again, thanks.

  2. *grins* I must be doing something right. I’ve written two posts today and you like both of them. Thanks, again, for the interaction.

  3. I think you are writing from a noble place and I really have an emotional connection to your words. You are doing important work and it deserves to be recognized. Thank you.

  4. You’re welcome. The only way for me to approach the issue was to make it entirely personal. Z and I agreed that I would use her as the example. Since I think of her as family and one of my two or three closest friends, it makes it personal to me. I hope that, by making it not a “gay rights” issue but, a her, that lady right there, issue, it might become personal for the “haters”. That and I really want all the things I want for Z. She deserves them. Again, thanks for your support.

  5. I try to make a point to acknowledge every time someone likes my posts. If you don’t mind, in your case, I’ll make an exception as long as you realize we appreciate every time you do. *grins* Having “supporters” helps. Your support is greatly appreciated. Thanks again.

  6. No worries! I get it. Just know that I won’t take it personally. 😁

  7. Hey! I’m not sure what your policy is on awards, but I think you deserve the recognition so I’ve nominated you for the Very Inspiring Blogger Award! =]
    There is no pressure to accept, participate, or follow the rules exactly.
    If you are interested, you can check it out here: http://wp.me/p374p6-1uS

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