About

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7 thoughts on “About

  1. I’m so er inept, I can’t even put an ‘about’ me in the about above (any tips would be greatly appreciated)!

    About what? Just reblogging interesting and sometimes diverse ideas and info. Trying to stem the tide of gross boredom that comes with being housebound/sofa bound/toilet bound, along with my brothers and sisters in arms, or without them depending on your circumstances.

    I don’t know why we bother really, as we’re mostly preaching to the confirmed. That said, I will include some ‘spiritual’ posts so don’t get freaked out by that!

    Sorry that I didn’t respond to the ‘awards’ above, but I’ve only been blogging here a couple of weeks, so I didn’t think it appropriate, and I don’t have enough blogs to recommend. I have limited strength and concentration just to do this here, and so I can’t be pursuing prizes.

    Enjoy

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    1. I completely understand and respect this.

      How to put text on you About page:

      Go to the dashboard of your blog.

      Go to Pages.

      Then, you will see the various pages, especially the one called About.

      Go with mouse over About, then you will see Edit.

      Click on Edit, and then you will be able to write text etc. on the About page.

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    1. Lol! I haven’t even seen it! I’ve been so busy today with one thing and another.

      Please don’t apologise. In any case, you are entitled to your opinion whatever you said. We’re all under a great amount of stress at present. I’ve said a few things myself that were a bit wide of the mark before on various things, so don’t worry yourself about it.

      If we all had the same opinion on matters, then we really would be in a totalitarian state (we’re getting there!), it would be like being a Jehovah’s Witness again where everyone says the same answers to questions because they’re brain washed.

      We all have to acknowledge that we feel differently about certain matters. I’m torn about immigration and refugees for example; on the one hand I’m desperately sorry for them and can’t imagine what it’s like to lose everything; on the other hand I don’t think that immigration has actually worked, though analysts say they add 5 billion pounds to our economy every year. I’m a bit conflicted then on all sorts of things then, but that’s a health thing in my book, because we should look at all sides of an argument.

      Anyway, thank you for your comments whatever they say, and I do understand how very anxious we all are at the moment. Feelings are running out of control, us never knowing if we’ll have a home or an income from one month to the next. Seeing all the deaths and people suffering. I never thought I’d ever see this in the UK, and it breaks your heart whilst keeping you in fear.

      Take care now, and don’t be afraid to say what you feel.

      sassonx

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