Tuesday, November 20, 2007

Talkback Tuesday: You're Welcome, and Thank You

Tuesday is "Talkback" day, where I share what other people have to say

Regular readers have noticed that we don't post much here when we are working a Red Cross job. But when we do, we often get a comment that thanks us for our volunteer work.

Well, gosh, that is just so nice! We honestly don't volunteer to receive kudos; we really, really enjoy the work. It is a great fit with our skills and we meet many kindhearted and fun people. The main reason we blog about the Red Cross is to keep you from wondering if we ran the bus off the road into a ditch. So when you write your thanks, it is unexpected treat. You're most welcome.

And here's a big THANK YOU to all of you, for sticking around and waiting for the blog to return to our regularly scheduled programming. My visitor statistics counting program shows that our 200 or so returning readers have stalwartly peeked at us almost every day during the last month. I can't tell you how warm and fuzzy that makes me feel, to know that you care that much about what we're up to. The Internet Age is one of short attention spans, so thank you for waiting so patiently.

1 comment:

  1. Sean, this is Buck from the breach, have been following you the past week or so. There is one forum that would suit you nicely, and it's called the Gathering Place. If you have a chance check it out.



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