Tuesday, February 4, 2014

For Me

Hello, Dear Ones.
This will be a little bit different of a post for me so bear with me.


I try to love everyone. I'm a happy person and I choose to wake up each day and choose joy for my journey. I'm not perfect and I have ups and downs, heartaches and troubles like everyone else.
I love my family, my home, my heritage. I love to blog and I love the friendships that have developed through this wonderful place called Blogland.


Recently I had put up a post, some of you read it, about celebrating my heritage and the pride I had for my husband and the event we attended. 

That post offended one of you who commented quite rudely, anonymously, of course.
I would never do anything intentionally to hurt or upset you and I want you to know that.
So I deleted that post.
I am not a mean spirited person. I don't like confrontation. I'm a peacemaker. I am a Christian.

I have been on a blog break but this was not the reason for that and I thank those of you who read my post and contacted me with your love and support. 
 During this time though I have prayed about writing this post. I've not come to an earth shattering conclusion but I feel God has laid this simple truth on my heart to share with you...
If you visit someone's post and don't like the content or are offended because you don't agree, just move on. Why oh why would you say bitter things and then hide behind Anonomous?
If you really have a problem why wouldn't you email the person and discuss it privately.
We all have different believes, we are not the same, but we can still love each other and enjoy each others talents and gifts. 
That's what I choose to do. I will not say nasty things to you because I care about you and your feelings. I'm not a wimp and really don't wear my feelings on my sleeves but I feel we should  be considerate of each other and the comments we leave.

After all, our blogs are where we live in Blogland and we should never be mean or rude when visiting someone else's home.

Now, I move on...

Be a bunch of sweeties,
Shelia ;)

I'll leave you with a little Note Song ~

People Need The Lord

Everyday they pass me by,
I can see it in their eye.
Empty people filled with care,
Headed who knows where?
On they go through private pain,
Living fear to fear.
Laughter hides their silent cries,
Only Jesus hears.
People need the Lord, people need the Lord.
At the end of broken dreams, He's the open door.
People need the Lord, people need the Lord.
When will we realize --people need the Lord?
We are called to take His light
To a world where wrong seems right.
What would be too great a cost
For sharing life with one who's lost?
Through His love our hearts can feel
All the grief they bear.
They must hear the words of life
Only we can share.
People need the Lord, people need the Lord
At the end of broken dreams, He's the open door.
People need the Lord, people need the Lord.
When will we realize that we must give our lives,
For people need the Lord.
People need the Lord.
~ sung by Steve Green





63 comments:

  1. Shelia: While I didn't comment on the post you mention, I enjoyed it very much. The photos and words were lovely. It reminded me of my dear southern heritage!! I agree that if someone in blogland doesn't agree with a post, they should simply move on. To hide behind anonymity is rather cowardly. I'm sorry to hear that you deleted it because I'm sure it was well received by many.

    Best,
    Bonnie

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  2. Good for you, Shelia. Well stated. It was a lovely post; I remember thinking it was a great honor for your husband to be selected as host and you looked gorgeous together. I can't imagine why anyone would be unkind or find anything offensive about it. It may not be their cup of tea, but that is no reason to be inappropriate or to be anonymous about it. I, too, am sorry you deleted the post; it told us of things that made you proud and it was lovely.

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  3. Oh Sheila, I am so sorry this happened to you. I don't recall the post you deleted so I must have missed it. I don't know why someone felt the need to be rude to you, especially since you do nothing but express joy in everything I have ever seen you post. I will say this... if you do much reading of anything on the interent where folks can leave comments, I have been appalled at some of the things people say...unfortunately, it seems to be the world we are living in. There seems to be many unhappy people who feel the need to make themselves feel better by tearing others down, simply because they have a different opinion. By the way, I just had that song on my mind over the weekend...an oldie but a goodie and ALWAYS revelant!

    Blessings,
    Debby

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  4. I love it that you always vent your feelings about nasty blog people with us! I too have received anonymous ones telling me I'm a bad American, or something, or aother! I can't believe SAD people are so nasty and cruel with others they don't even know, for goodness sake! I am Catholic and I have a post about te aprty for Rosary praying, but you or anyone else don't have to care about it if you're not Cath....so what, I posted my table and that's it!
    Godd for you sweetie and have a happy week. (PS: You do remind me of lovely Dorys Day!)
    FABBY

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    1. Sorry about my typing errors, thre's so much sun on it, I can't even see clear, lol!
      Fabby

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  5. Oh Miss Shelia... I love your sweet heart and mine hurts just reading this. Im sending sweet hugs and prayers your way.

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  6. I agree with you 100%. I know this has weighed terribly on your heart. Good to get it out in the open and move on.

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  7. Hi Sheila, I did not see the post you are referring too, but I so agree with what you say. You are such a dear and sweet blog friend and my heart aches to read this. However, your strength and the perspective you place on this, shows your true spirit and Christianity. Some times, this is all one can do when someone has been mean. Move on, and continuing being yourself. You are a sweetie.
    God will deal with all the rest.
    Blessings to you, Hugs, Celestina Marie

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  8. I know I'm not around as much as I used to be and now I often read but dont comment.. I dont remember any post of yours that night have been offensive.. You are a Sweetie for sure and I know you wouldnt hurt anyone on purpose.
    I'm sorry someone was hurt and then they felt the need to hurt you..I wish I could stop all the hurting in the world.

    much love to you
    Sonny

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  9. Toss it to the wind.....I loved that post.....continue to be who you are.....and shine brightly! Thank you for sharing your life!

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  10. Love you, Love your blog. We should all be proud of our roots! I agree with everything you said in this post today! I really like the little Hen and Chicks. I have a hen that is similar but no chicks ha! Hugs, Kerrie

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  11. You already know how I felt about this Sheila, I am glad that you have confronted this head on. I will not stand for bullying by anyone or towards anyone. As I said to you before, this is your space, if anyone doesn't like it, move on! Having said this is your space, I will hold my tongue and not say anything else. Keep going! xx

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  12. I so enjoyed that blog post..........loved seeing you and hubby and the grand affair!!! So sorry someone hurt you like that, not necessary..........if you don't like something, move on!!! No need to be nasty!! You are so loved by so many, don't let this stop you from being you........hugs, Cleo.......xoxoxo

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  13. This just about makes me cry. You are such a nice person, Sheila, and are always so positive. I can't understand why anyone would be unkind and leave a rude comment anonymously! I love reading your blog, but I think I missed that post. You ARE a sweetie!

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  14. I am so very sorry that some rude hurtful person made ugly comments in response to your blog! You are such a sweet encouraging lady and it troubles me for you to be attacked. I loved seeing that post and you had every right to share with us! Please do not let that persons words bring you down! Keep that pretty chin up and keep on !

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  15. I'm so sorry, you got a nasty hurtful comment. I thought the post was very sweet and educational. I'm from the midwest, so it's always interesting to me to learn about other parts of the country. You are right to be proud of your husband, yourself and your heritage. It's easier to say than do, but please don't let one person's comments get to you. So many more people love you and your blog!

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  16. Shelia, I was out of town last week but I did read your post on my phone. I didn't comment because it's just too hard on the phone. I am so sorry that someone was rude to you but unfortunately it's not that surprising. So many bloggers have experienced the same thing and it is always an Anonymous blogger.

    Your husband was chosen for that Ambassador position because he is a man of honor and a role model. I could see the pride in your eyes and without a doubt you had so much to do with it. Please repost that very important event in your lives!! Those of us who love you want to read it again.

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  17. I hate to hear this, that someone was rude to you. Would you beleve that someone left a perfectly horrible comment on the post I did about my MIL being in Hospice. I didn't take it as an attack on me, but rather an attack on The Lord. I deleted what they had to say, never commented, and left my post up. But their comment was there for a bit before I found it. It upset several posters terribly. It upset my f friends and some of my family who wanted me to contact the FBI as they feared that I had a stalker, but I just turned them over to The Lord. They also cloaked themselves under the shield of anonymous.

    Good post. I agree with every word.

    xoxox

    Sheila

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  18. Oh gosh, dear one, had no idea that had happened. And how anyone could do something unkind to a sweet lady like you is beyond my understanding. I'm glad you're handling it well and that you're speaking up on behalf of all of us blogger friends, thanks for that. I'm sending you a big {{{Virginia Hug}}} and I ...

    Love you bunches ~ Mary

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  19. I read your beautiful post and commented on it. I wish you hadn't deleted it my friend. Anonymous comments are not acceptable on our blogs. We don't even publish them because they are usually spam. I'm sorry someone said rude things to you and that it hurt you. I guess we get reminded that there are mean spirited people everywhere in this world. You and I are a lot alike with our cheerful personalities. But we can still get our feelings hurt. Shame on those that do it intentionally! Sending you bunches of big southern hugs....they are the best! Your buddy, Diane

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  20. Hello dear Shelia!
    I've been so busy on my new facebook page that I didn't see the post you're referring too.
    I'm happy for you that you're able to take the high road- even if it did hurt you.
    Negative comments on the internet are so common these days...
    I see them as emotionally damaged people trying to vent their pain.
    It's sad because I know it doesn't help them.
    It doesn't matter where you read on the net- national news pages, youtube, blogs, the damaged go there and vent their anger and hate.
    I'll join my prayers with yours for the person who commented negatively here.

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  21. Dear Shelia, I am sorry I missed the post you have mentioned today. I can't image someone being rude to you. Your blog is always positive and uplifting. Your comments to others are the same.Sharing your joys, family, faith and hopes are who you are. I like who you are very much. The person who left the comment probably regrets it very much or I hope they do. Please be encouraged that the majority of people support and love you and your blog.

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  22. Oh Shelia - I'm so sorry that somebody ruined your happy day with their nasty comments. I wish you hadn't deleted the post. I thought it was lovely and a beautiful tradition. My mama always taught me to keep my mouth shut if I couldn't say something nice. Apparently there are some people out there who didn't learn that lesson. Don't let them ruin your day. You have a lot of people out here you love you and your blog. xo

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  23. Oh Shelia! I'm just sick about this. I had no idea that someone did that, I'm just heartsick and sad that this could happen to you! You, of all bloggers, you, sweet friend would not post anything that would offend anyone. You are the most gracious, upbeat and your blog reflects pure happiness! Shame on that coward! You are so loved and repected, you truly are a sweetie! Love and blessings to you dear one.
    Hugs,
    Nancy

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  24. I am just appalled at what takes place in Blogland - the rude and judgemental comments and and all the negativity. Shelia, I saw your post and wasn't offended by it and I do believe I commented on it too. It's a shame you felt you had to delete your post.

    When our Benny died in December, I got some nasty, rude, ANONYMOUS comments, too. I was suffering enough the way it was...didn't need those, so when I began reading them, I deleted them and never put them on my blog. Some people are just heartless. Some need to do that in order to make themselves feel better.

    When I visit a blog, if there's nothing nice I can truly say...I don't. You know we all don't like the same things. What a boring world it would be if we did.

    You just hang in there and post whatever you want to post about...after all, it is your blog!!

    Hugs,
    Jan ♥

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  25. I didn't read the post, but I am so sorry someone was rude to you. I think it's the anonymity of hiding behind the keyboard that makes people say things that they wouldn't say to you in person, and that's not right. It's cowardly. I agree, if you don't like something someone has written on their blog, move on! Very simple concept. I think you have a lovely blog and I am so glad I have found it!

    Blessings

    Linda

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  26. Well said. Some people are just unhappy I guess and want to hurt other people. Don't let those people bother you, just keep on being the nice and happy person you are.

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  27. Oh, Sheila! I am so sorry this happened! I must have missed a very special post! You are a very positive person and love shows through your posts! I send you hugs and encouragement! xo Nellie

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  28. Oh Sheila, I'm so sorry someone was so rude and mean to you!! Your post was lovely and obviously an important day in your lives.....you had every right to share it with your readers. You looked so beautiful and proud of your husband. Please don't let one thoughtless person rain you your lovely day.....we all love you and your blog and always appreciate the sunshine and music you spread. Your song choice is one of my very favorites and so very fitting. We are called to love the unlovely too, aren't we. Keep singing you song as only you can and let the Lord do the rest!! Blessings, Linda

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  29. I sure hate to hear that someone chose to be cruel to you like that. I always feel those who are unhappy with themselves take it out on others. I guess we can pray for that individual and hope they will learn how to be nicer and deal with things more appropriately. I cut off anonymous comments because of spammers, but I'm glad I did if this is the kind of cheap shots some choose to take. Flick that bad anonymous person off your shoulder and forget about her/him!!

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  30. That's horrible, Shelia! I remember reading that post and think I commented on it, too. Unfortunately, I don't often read through all the previous comments, but I can't believe that anyone found something to criticize about that post. I have always believed what you stated here ~ If you don't have anything nice to say on someone's blog post, move on! I hope you will not let this one nasty person affect you and your blog. Continue your break as planned, but don't let it put you off when you are ready to resume posting.

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  31. I don't post often, but I do read all of your blog posts. I'm so sorry that someone made cruel comments to you. Although we've never met, I know through your blog posts that you're a kind Christian lady. Loved the photos of you and Mr. Precious all dressed up--you looked like a princess with her prince.

    Jeanie from Missouri

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  32. Shelia, you are one of the sweetest ladies I have ever met and for someone to be unkind to you hurts me very much. I too often wonder why if someone does not like my blog or something I write then don't come back. Don't read my blog, it's OK. We are all different and that's a good thing. I have stopped reading blogs that have changed and no longer appealed to me, but I never would hurt someone's feelings. I hope this 'anonymous' person will hear this message and move on and learn from it. Sending you a big hug! Please continue to blog, your voice is a happy and joyful one in my life!!

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  33. So sorry that happened to you...one of the sweetest bloggers! I enjoyed that post so much.
    Keep on singing!

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  34. Oh Sheila! I am SO sorry this has happened to you. Of all the people in blogland you are the sweetest ever!!! I can bnot imagine WHY anyone would be offended by anything you said or posted. I think I know what you are referring to, even though I didn't see the post I saw the pics on FB. You have every right to be PROUD of your hubby and you both looked FABULOUS!!! I am glad you are stabding up for yourself. It is quite a coincidence but my daughter is going through something very similiar right now. 2 of her best friends have turned on her and she is so terribly hurt, sad, confused and a little angry too. Why are some people so mean???? Sending you BIG HUGS!!!!! XO

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  35. I had a bad thing happen to me once way back when I first began blogging. I was so hurt and embarrassed. I didn't read the post you are speaking of as I haven't been getting around as much lately. I've missed your posts too. This one was about the best, I think, you have ever done..and the reason I say this is because you really completely my mental picture of you, Shelia. Of all the bloggers I have met, not a one would deserve such a thing to happen to them and you are at the top of that list.
    I am so sorry. I think some folks just harbor some anger inside...I wish I understood.
    After I wrote my post last night..I began to worry that I would offend someone who had a home with all the gorgeous upgrades that are in homes today. I nearly removed it but read it over and hoped against hope it would not be misunderstood. It didn't seem to me like it upset anyone..and that delighted me. I think most of us bloggers, if not all, love the diversity of our homes, different tastes and blogs. It's wonderful!
    Yep..this was a warm and wonderful post. You are special..You really are!

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  36. I must have missed this post, but I am floored that ANYONE would say anything mean to you, of all people. I am rather outspoken on my blogs, and from time to time I get someone who must have gotten up on the wrong side of the bed. I just delete their nasty words. On some blogs I do see a lot of snarky anonymous comments. Just don't allow anonymous commenters for a start. I turned on comment moderation which I think is better than word verification.

    Meanwhile, hang in there and ignore the meanies. The rest of us love you!

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  37. Why do they do it? Because people need the Lord...very simple. If I don't agree with what is in a post I just move on, I don't leave a nasty comment. I really love you so don't pay attention to nasty people.

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  38. I don't understand how anyone could ever be offended by anything you said or did. You are a spirit of graciousness. Sending love from me to you.

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  39. So sorry that happened to you! I can't imagine why they were so upset. Of all the blogs I read, your's is one of the nicest out there! Usually, people are offended by what they read into a post or what they imagine the posts are about, not always by the actual post. Don't let them upset you. Love your choice of songs!

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  40. You handled it like a lady - a true Christian lady. I had a hateful comment once, and it was also anonymous, since they are all cowards and bullies. I ignored it, didn't delete it, left it so others could see what the mean spirited person said. Have to pray for people like that, they are to be pitied.

    Did you read Debbie's Words on Wheels post about this same subject last week. Here's her link:
    http://wordsuponwheels.blogspot.com/2014/01/on-constant-comments-and-swooper-attacks.html

    Katherine

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  41. Dear Sheila, you are such a treasure to me. Your loving and kind spirit just shines through. Sadly, some people are unhappy and want to try and bring everyone down to their level. Those who hide behind anonymous rejoice as they throw zingers with no repercussion. They thrive on chaos. But really they are just cowards. I know your heart and it is pure. I am here and proud to call you friend.

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  42. I am not going to lie. I wish I had seen the post! LOL!
    I have made it a habit that if someone is "mean" to me, I go out of my way to be kind to the next person I see...the cashier at the grocery store, the mailman, the person in line next to me at the post office. It helps me get past the sting and it passes God's love along.
    I know those "mean" people are just very unhappy and unable to articulate why. I use them as a seed to spread God's love.
    In honor of your "meanie" I will pay for the person behind me in line at the next drive-thru we go to.
    You are loved, my friend.

    xo

    Andie

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  43. I found the best quote the other day that sums these types up.

    "Some people are so broken that they are angry at those who are whole."

    I know the post you are referring to, and POOEY on mean Miss. Anonymous! I loved the post. I love your heritage and who you are and where you come from.They are jealous because you love your life and have an awesome husband who loves you! That's sad, twisted, sick and U-G-L-Y!

    I'm so tired of mean people in this world, and know just how you feel.
    You've handled this with class, charm and grace which is something mean people will never have.
    (High five me now, baby, and get back to blogging!!)

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  44. I love reading your posts, they're always fun and uplifting and the songs at the end of them are always inspirational to me. I must have missed the post that was "offensive" to some poor down trodden soul. I wish mean spirited people with chips on their shoulders didn't feel the need to try and bring others down. This is your blog and you shouldn't feel you can't talk about anything you choose. At the end of the day, you're the winner because you know true love...the love of God. Blessing to you and your husband.

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  45. Oh my. I love your blog. You are always so kind and you come to mine and comment. I have so few visitors to my own that it always makes me feel good that you would take the time.
    As to the poster, it is because behind a keyboard in a room where they aren't facing you they can say anything. I think saying hateful things gives some people some kind of power they don't normally have. But we have to just realize it really isn't directed towards us but just them. I've been on a few boards that have gotten quite heated with people saying cruel things and have learned to just ignore. Facebook is so bad about people saying unkind things. I am like you if I can't say something nice I just move on. I saw a blog post once with someone posting pictures of a person in a restaraunt and such rude comments. I just quit following that person. Please don't feel like it is you there are a lot of people out there like that poster.

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  46. Shelia I am so sorry this happened to you...it actually makes me mad! Your such a sweet and caring person and it shows in all your posts! Some people are just so unhappy they try to make others feel the same way. If someone doesn't like what they're reading MOVE ON...no need to leave mean comments...and then they hide behind ANONYMOUS!! Forget it even happened Shelia and keep doing what you do!
    Sending big hugs your way:)

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  47. Dearest Shelia, I am so sorry you had to go thru this terrible episode. I have had a lot going on here and missed the post, but I did see that lovely picture of you and your sweet hubby on FB. I can't imagine anyone finding anything you post offensive. You are one of the sweetest bloggers out there. I am always cheered when I read your sweet post.
    In your words..Be a sweetie and just move on. They don't deserve your thoughts. BTW, I hope you turned off Anonymous commenters. I tried a couple of time to open comments to everyone but unfortunately there are always spoilers out there.
    Love you sweet lady, Ginger

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  48. Dearest Shelia, some people seem to think that a personal blog is a public forum for them to behave and speak unacceptably. Anonymously is even worse, believing that basic manners don't matter. The only person who has the right to say what they like on a blog, is the blog owner. If readers don't like it then as you say MOVE ON, DON'T visit again. I personally have grown to love you as a blog friend. I think you are one of the most delightful women I have ever come across in blog-land. And don't you dare let this anonymous commenter ever, ever stop you from posting just as you please! Promise!
    Love and hugs from your dinky-di Aussie blog mate!
    Rose

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  49. I agree girl, good for you :) I actually love that post and enjoyed every minute of it.

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  50. Love all the heritage my friend and I love you! Hugs and blessings, Cindy

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  51. I feel for you Sheila and am so sorry for what happened. We do encounter snooty and offensive bloggers once in a while, and I totally agree with you on this. If you don't like the post, and have nothing good to say, don't say anything at all, and if you have to, then do so privately.... Commenting anonymously just tells you what kind of people they are to begin with, you know who you are and all of us who follow you know how good and nice you are too, don't take it to heart dear, their not worth it. If I were you I would re-post that same post again, don't let mean people win!

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  52. Sheila, I didn't see the post but can't imagine you saying anything that would offend anyone! Your post always bring a smile to my face so keep your dainty little fingers on the keyboard and post some more!

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      You are the sweetie,
      Shelia ;)

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  53. I love that song.... do you remember Steve Green had a video to this song back in the late 80's ??
    It was beautiful.
    You're too sweet..... In New York you can tell people to well.... blank off....
    Lorraine

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  54. Oh sweetie....do not let those cowards who post without a name make you do anything! I didn't see the post but I would love to read it! You are one of the most positive people I have ever met, and I am proud to say you are my blogging buddy! To heck with them! You are who you are and that is just perfect! Glad you are back...:):) Hugs, Sandy

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  55. I love you very much & am so proud of you Mom! You are a wonderful Christian and one heck of a Mommy & Gran :)

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    1. And I love you and appreciate you, Baby! kiss kiss

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  56. I didn't see your original post, but I can so relate to this one. I don't know why people feel the need to reach out the fingers and send anything but a positive message to someone. I have encountered it too, and it's so hurtful at times that it has made me not want to post. I'm from the Georgia so I have a hunch what the heritage was that you shared. I'm sure I would have enjoyed that post. It's amazing how the very ones who like to scream "tolerance" to others are so rude and "intolerant" about the beliefs or the values or just the heritage of another, isn't it? I'm sorry that it happened to you.

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  57. Well said, Sheila! I didn't read your other post, but I can tell you the same thing happened to me before.
    I have had a couple of ugly comments in my time. :) Don't worry about it. You are the best! :)

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  58. I have not ever commented on your post, but read every entree you post because you make my day. I love the way you look and dress, your positive uplifting world view and your style of decorating. In florida where I live, we don't really have debutantes, but I graduated from a southern university where one's heritage is deeply ingrained and held in highest esteem. Note Songs, don't let the outside voices diminish your shining light ! You are a sparkle to me and I encourage you to KEEP PRESSING ON !!!

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    1. I really appreciate your comment, Georgene, and thank you for taking to time to write. God bless you and keep on popping in to see me.
      Be a sweetie,
      Shelia ;)

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  59. I'm so sorry you had to deal with someone who acted like that! I had a post quite awhile ago with something that offended a blog friend. She contacted me by email and mentioned it. I responded and, because I've met her and care for her as a friend, I altered my post a bit and made a statement that it is not my intent to offend anyone. Then, she and I moved on and we are still friends. You, however, did not have that privilege, my friend. This is a beautiful post. Thank you for having the courage to share your heart. I'm afraid I may have missed the post you removed. In my attempt to keep up with what life is throwing at me right now I've missed a few. Now I'm trying to catch up. I wish I could have read what you shared - it was from your heart.
    ~Adrienne~

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I'm so pleased you would come to see me and so please leave me a comment and I'll do my very best to respond back to you. Be a sweetie...Shelia :)