Sunday, April 19, 2009

Listen to the rabbit...

I'm so happy. I changed the setting for my comments and now I can receive comments from my mom in far away Georgia. Hooray!
Of course this also means that other anonymous folks can leave comments too
(that is if anyone besides my family and friends read this thing. Or maybe it's my family and friends who have been dying to anonymously tell me what they think for years and now they have their chance. Now there's a subject for a juicy post, If you could anonymously tell your family or friends something what would it be?).
Anyway, this is just a plea that you remember the lesson taught by Thumper...
"If you can't say something nice, don't say nothin' at all."
Thank you from the bottom of my tender, easily broken from mean comments heart.

3 comments:

Missy :o) said...

Jeanette, I learned the hard way on this one. Just because you don't allow annonymous comments doesn't mean someone can't leave one! The mean comments left on my site were by someone who created a bogus account for themselves and the made their profile untraceable, so that if I clicked on their name it said they were private and I couldn't tell who they were!!

So, anyway, if you haven't had any mean comments in the past, you probably won't get them from just allowing annonomous ones now. :o)
that's good news, though!! :o)

Those mean comments are very disturbing and I sure hope you never have to endure them. Good luck! :O)

Bren's Life said...

You would never get any mean comments cause your just amazing!
Are you having a better week? I'm waiting for you to come & wisk me off so we can go shopping!!! Hello- all you have to do is call & say Bren I can't take it anymore. I have to have real stores are you up for it!!!
YEAH_YEAH -YEA....

Cedar said...

Please Please don't build a rocket to fly away, and please don't leave this town, we NEED you! This place needs some city folk to liven it up!!:)Maybe you should sell your house and move into "town" then you will get your city fix.:) Ha ha We could start our own tent city that would be perfect.