10/27/07

What Would We Do Without Friendship?


A really nice person helped me with my web site clean-up by installing the peek-a-boo posts for me. Now, if you like the summary of what might be a long post you have the choice to either continue reading, or move on to the next post. The peek-a-boo posts also offer bloggers an opportunity to post more material on their title page each day. Because, I'm a complete techno nin com poop, this blogging buddy rescued me and you, my readers, from long title page posts! Can you guess who this friend is....





It's Sandee from Comedy Plus!

In addition, I'd like to thank google for my very first ranking! Now, I feel like a real webmaster; a member of the google team, and that's something to celebrate. That is thanks to friends like Sandee, my best bud Christy, from ChristysCoffeeBreak, without whose blogging tips I would have be lost long ago. I've been real lucky in these first months of blogging, to have these friendships, in addition to many others not mentioned here. I hope you know who you are. Thanks for offering me a helping hand and putting up with my silly questions and antics each day.
This day, like all the special days we celebrate, would not be possible without the help, encouragement, and love, given freely by my friends. Thanks to all of you I'm having a great year!

4 comments:

Sandee (Comedy +) said...

Ha! That was clever. You are going to love this little hack. You just wait. Big hug to you Ann and thanks for the shout-out. :)

Blog Author Ann Clemmons said...

Sandee, I already do! It is so much fun, and you're a great buddy. You're welcome for the shout out, I'm also clapping for you! You did a great job. I don't know how you understand html. You have to be smart, smart, smart, that's for sure.

When you sent me the hack, I was pulling my hair out trying to understand it. I'm grateful you offered, because otherwise, I would've had to forget it.

Thank God for friends, literally.

Have a great weekend.

Ann

Misty Dawn said...

I LOVE my online friends! A certain person in my life sometimes says that "online friends aren't real"... and it ticks me off something fierce! We always get in a big argument about it and then I stomp away to my computer to talk to those "unreal" friends... who show me more love and respect sometimes than the people I see face to face!

Now, if only I could find some blogging guru friends like you have, I'd really make my blog better ;-) LOL

Blog Author Ann Clemmons said...

Well, Misty dawn, These guru friends of mine love everyone. That's part of what makes them so special. And I know what you mean about what people say about online friends. That makes me mad too. Actually, I think you get closer in a lot of ways through online communication, because everyone is themselves without all the trappings. Do you know what I mean? I'm sorry I can't be a guru friend, but I'm a nice silly one that you've got. Besides, Sandee and Christy are your friend too. They're great and it seems you are too. Thanks for the comment and for stopping by. I love that puppy!

Ann

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