Intermittent Signal

I just wanted to say a big thanks to all new followers that have signed up over the last couple of days, it is so appreciated and I am humbled by the influx of visitors. After each follow I go to the site of that blogger to express thanks and to look at their own blog. If someone is generous enough to slap a follow on my own blog, the least I owe them is to say thanks and check out their own material.

Trouble is, with many new followers (thank you Leanne Cole Photography) I am unable to respond immediately, particularly as I am in the process of setting up my own business. However, I will get round to each of you in time and come over to your blog to say thanks and have a poke around.

If I really like a blog I will slap a follow down, sometimes it takes longer and I end up following a fellow blogger after a number of exchanges. Unfortunately I cannot follow all blogs but each and every one of you is thanked for liking and placing a follow on this wee corner of the internet.

For those loyal followers, will try and skim the Reader soon, real soon (whatever that means 😯).

As a conciliatory offering, here is a photo of a standing stone and two cute Donegal lambs.

Lambs at Easter
Lambs at Easter

 

Now back to my homework for my course tonight……….

 

 

 

52 thoughts on “Intermittent Signal

  1. Oh, they are so cute!

    And you are so kind (“After each follow I go to the site of that blogger to express thanks and to look at their own blog”) – I admire you for this. I don’t always do this, and it’s not because I’m not well-mannered, but there’s not enough time.

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      1. Me neither. But I do know that some followers who follows only for a short time (sometimes just for a few days) and then there are followers that stays. And these followers are special to me.

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      2. May be I am too naive but I’d prefer not to follow immediately if I am unsure, but as with a number of bloggers I have gotten into conversations with them and subsequently followed almost more for who they are- but I find it interesting what they are doing. Periodically I do go through and have a mini-cull as otherwise it is just impossible to manage.

        Mau be I am not playing the game, but it is how I want to play 😃

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      3. You’re not naive, you see this in a very wise way.

        I always visit new followers and if I like what I see, I start following them too. And as you say, more for who they are (some of them) and I really like the special contact one gets with some of them.

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  2. Great to hear MM! Sounds like you’re on a roll, keep it up!!!! I know how you feel, I have a rule that I always respond to each comment on my blog but the last few weeks have been really hectic and I hadn’t been able to do it. Now that things have calmed down a bit I’ve been catching up. Also goes for why I haven’t been commenting here, happy to be back though, keep up the great work and congrats on the new followers!!! 😀

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  3. Wow, exciting times…you deserve it, MM. That composition is lovely – cute lambs juxtaposed to an interesting rock, plus a backdrop of bright dandelions (and the dry grass in the distance).

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    1. Cheers Julie – on the list of blogs to visit….Oh brilliant news – I understand that the pair of spotted flycatchers have returned to the ‘allotment’. Here’s to happy nesting. MM 🐣

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  4. Wishing you all the best with the new venture MM . Look forward to hearing much more . It’s a mad world in blogland trying to keep a nice balance 🙂
    You deal with it well !
    Aah ..Easter Lambs .. so lovely to see … so significant ..

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      1. All is good here… 🙂 Just other (wonderful) things have taken my time, we’ve had family coming over… lots of fun together. Also we’ve had such lovely and warm weather for a while now, so I’ve spent most of the days outside with kids. It’s precious time for me now before I go back to “real” work. 🙂 Thank you for asking, that’s really sweet of you MM!

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