Tuesday, 19 July 2011

Am I Talking to Myself?


10 comments:

Keith Eckstein -A Taste of Garlic said...

Nope - I'm still listening. Like the cartoon!

All the best

Keith

P.S. Talking to yourself is vastly under-rated! I do it all the time; it's the only way I get to win an argument!

paula, the quilter said...

Plus, you can have a highly intelligent conversation.

YankeeQuilter said...

I know what you mean...seems like a lot fewer folks out there in blogland right now. At least a lot fewer who comment!

Juliann said...

That is hysterical! I know I have been commenting less these days, seems blogger is rather persnickity with profiles and security codes.

Brenda said...

I've been noticing fewer comments and less traffic. I'm chalking it up to problems with commenting on Blogger and summer vacation. I'm still here! and it's going to be 37 degrees today -- hot!

Quiltdivajulie said...

I'm here, too ... so many cruisers and too few commentators.

GREAT cartoon!

Rosalyn Manesse said...

LOL--Clare--I'm still out here--hanging on by my fingernails--

Magpie Sue said...

I feel the same way myself but then I realized I had been here a day or two ago and didn't leave a comment! Gettin' lazy in my old age I guess. (Actually, I think I hopped over to Joyce's blog to leave her a message. Thanks for putting the word out by the way.)

I'm loving the way your LibRR is turning out. And what a wonderful Halloween print you found! I'd never seen that particular A. Henry print before. Meant to check that out too; guess I'd better do it now!

Rosalyn Manesse said...

Clare--I have a 500th post give-away on my blog-- PS I'm still out there--thanks to medical science--

lola ruiz said...

Clare, i love this post, it makes me smile!!. I used to think the same many times.
The truth is that i visit your blog and others in my blog list at least once a week,( sometimes even more if still there is any new post)...and i read the posts....but i don't always have an opinion on every topic or sometimes depend of my mood to be more or less talkative.
So thinking this is true for most of us maybe we could braimstorm an already made phrase such as :
"Hi Clare, i'm listening you, thank you for share".
Something like it. That way we remember we are
been supported and accompanied though there isn't much talking.
Please, let me know what you think!