Prettydarkhorse has written an excellent Health Hub - very helpful and informative - I just wanted to say well done you are a credit to all women
I also read it and thought it was very good - excellent Pretty.
You two are shocking to the perceive thoughts process of giving credit to someone for their work.
I get that you want to give credit to PrettyDarkHorse and how wonderful the hub turned out for her.
However, you fail to grasp the true way of giving her credit and that would be to post a link of hers(the hub you are talking about), so other people can see it.
It is not against the rules to promote other people's hubs.
Just a thought.
On another note- which hub?
http://hubpages.com/hub/Foods-that-are- … s-Benefits
http://hubpages.com/hub/Food-Additives- … -this-true
http://hubpages.com/hub/stay-young-and- … io-dancing
So, as you can see....it can be difficult for one to tell.
thank you all of you, Ms Alota, youre sexy, yummylicious, boobsie, Irish -- thank you! Poppa is always 'guapo' and CAGSIL is always a genius!
Thank you to all of you!
Just the one hub then?
I am sure I have read a few of PDH's hubs that are a credit to her as well as all womankind
You rock girl!
cagsil - thanks I did not know you could post the link - I continue on the learning curve
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