Exactly, good point - enjoy your sunday
It's obvious you want to quit blogging, and you are just looking for justification for it.Just give it up, you're not up to it.Just join the other billions of people who think comments like the one above, show any sign of intelligence, wit, or effort.Join Facebook and Twitter, then you can grunt and snort your incisive "comments' to other Neanderthals that will think they are great.
Dear me "Barb" - my first nasty comment ever! I have an idea why it came just now... ;-) Hope it was worth getting a "Barb" Google account, and all. And Design À la Camara - I don't think "above" it was meant for you. YOU have a good day. /L
Oh dear "Barb". Why do you read it if you're so pissed? Nothing else to do? No friends? No nothing!Of course not.
LOL - I think PISSED is the very word. It was written late last night! ;-)
Re "Barb" comment.....why, in a world already filled with nastiness, would you contribute more? This blog seems a refuge from all that. Keep up the beautiful work, Lisbeth.Treah
Thank you Treah. Indeed I plan to. We'll see how I succeed!
It's hard to imagine what exactly Barb sees that make her write that comment.
Beats me too!! It must be coming from somewhere else....
Your blog is a moment of peace daily and I look forward to it always. Don't make any changes for me!
Thanks Claudia - there will be more wabi sabi in the future. Besides that, it will be "business as usual".
absolutely love your blog! We are all entitled to have an opinion and thank you for sharing yours and that of others for an interesting read even if readers don't agree, approve etc! I think blogging is about sharing opinions DARLING BARB! and BARB you should taste your words before spitting them out as nastiness is not an opinion or constructive criticism!
I love your blog too. The comment seems to have no connection to what you post at all...I would ignore something so silly, which will take away all the shallow power they were hoping to gain from hooking you in to their negativity.
This "Barb" has a Grade 4 education. A Grade one emotional maturity quotient. But a graduate sensibility in sociopathy.
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