I have alot of hubs and followers and I haven't had a comment in awhile (course for me, awhile is a day or so)
....okay....I'll move on over and send you a comment k?....
hi schoolgirlforreal, don't worry. Here in hubpages mostly give and take policy goes well. Second thing the subject.So,choose your choice.
I have noticed that I keep gaining followers but very few comment on a hub or leave any kind of mail to say they were here. Also I find a little discomfiting is that one or few of the 'new' followers are clearly evangelical christians - you wouldn't think they would choose me to follow for fear of being struck by lightning or leprosy now would you
good morning SOH - nice cool day here - how has your day been so far ?
Oh schoolgirl, I'm so sorry I've been doing my midnight shift stretch...I haven't done ANYTHING much here except play in the sandpit...it relaxes my mind when I can't even see straight.
I'll surprise you one day and sneak on over to your hubs. Ssshhh!
lightening? OMG terrified, must follow china dude, wait already am, so WTF?
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