I have more respect for those who read some of their "friends" articles, on occasion, than those who never do. Is it best to un-follow and ignore those who are friends in name only? I tend to think so. How about you?
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That's what I am talking about, Jodah. I find that a little strange. Although I wrote a hub yesterday, I am not a prolific writer like you. Nonetheless, you'd think that those whose work you read regularly might read at least 1 or 2 of your hubs. (Si
Thanks for the BA, Yves. Much appreciated.
Thank you, Jodah. This question has clarfied my thoughts on this matter. Furthermore, if someone promises to read, but never does---that says something, much less those who take and never give. Actions speak for themselves. Love your answer.
True, Paula. Some are here to make money, and they haven't time to comment. I give them a pass because they do not comment anywhere. You have always defended me, though you are not a 'follower.' (I think) I truly appreciate that.
I see I need 2 use the next few days 2 take "inventory." My account, my hubs & my conscientiousness! My fan mail 2 U will clarify this comment, Yves. UR a DOLL!
Lol. All this time, I thought I was following Taze. Turns out, I had not hit the follow button either. And as much as I love him, I doubt that he will read a single hub of mine. His interests deal with politics alone, so he gets a pass, for now. ;)
It happens. This is a big place to bounce around in. We're all bound to overlook a few things. Good news is that our oversights are all repairable! :)
For sure. And thanks for the beautiful fan mail. I loved it!!
Hi Shannon, I only have an iphone as well, and no internet at home. I work full time, but I do not have three children. For me, making time to comment is important. Perhaps you are busier than I am, in general. Thanks for your answer.
I very much enjoy the exchange of comments. I just end up feeling bad sometimes that I can't keep up. Some of that is a time issue and being busy. And some is not always having access to internet when I have the time. No data on my phone. It doesn't
It sounds like you try, Shannon, so that's a good thing. Not having access to Internet would definitely hamper your ability to interact. I think the main thing is just to not promise to read and then break that promise. It doesn't seem like you have
Hi Terrie....We do have some really nice folks here. I hope you enjoy your experience at HP. Thanks for stopping by.
Even so....I have some time this weekend and I plan to do some binge reading. I am looking forward to it! Happy Weekend!!