• Posted by junoBBC
Oct 22, 2008 9:04:35 AM
Saying thank you seems to many like an easy thing to do. Yet sometimes, as in the case of the huge amount of digital freebies offered, saying it repeatedly can be quite tiresome. However, it doesn't mean we aren't appreciative of what is offered. Being encouraged to say thank you should not be commanded nor drawn by guilt; it should come freely. Only then will it be appreciated for its full value. I am always thankful for the beautiful gifts offered, but do not always have the time to "say" than...
Let me tell you about tiresome. Work for ten hours on the computer at work, then go home and spend a few hours more on the computer to create digital scrapbooking stuff. I go to the extra expense and take the extra TIME involved to offer my creations as gifts. To be honest, I do not have the TIME to do this, and I don't HAVE to do this, but I FIND the time and DO share. I do not think that I am being unreasonable in expecting just a 2 second "TY" as an acknowledgement for my TIME & MONEY that I spend so you don't have to.
How do I know you are thankful and appreciative if you can't take the TIME to SAY something.
And another thing, don't tell me how to post on my blog. This is MY blog. You post your way on your own blog.
I am seriously considering taking my blog to subscription only to stop this kind of crap.
Do NOT jack with The Bubbles. If you don't like it around here, don't let the door hit you in your ass on the way out. Go take your precious TIME and make your own stuff.