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    1. haha thank you. I’m sorry to disappoint it’s not my name and i’m sorry but i’ve used it in a few stories and plan to continue. I’ll think of a good one you can use if you like it.

      1. Well, basically you can accept it and write a post accepting it. You list 11 random facts about yourself, answer the 11 questions at the end of my post (see the link in my first comment), nominate other bloggers for the award, and write questions for them! Or if you don’t want to write a post you can just accept it and leave it at that. Hope I cleared that up! 🙂

  1. hi Ophelia, just thought i’d visit a bit to acknowledge and thank you for following my poetry, encouragement is always really appreciated. every poem i’ve read of yours i’ve enjoyed, and the clean lined aesthetic of your blog is a pleasure.

    ty again and a wonderful day!

    1. Hey,
      Thank you so much! I really appreciate it, like you said encouragement and support to the fellow writers. I was actually going to write you a similar message 🙂
      I’m enjoying your blog, it’s inspiring, I need to give it more time so I look forward to that session!
      Have a wonderful day

      1. If you were some sort of hacker, maybe. There are a lot of Josh’s in Pennsylvania haha. I doubt I could be tracked.

      2. You’ll have a long way to go. You used Euros in your one comment. You’ll need a boat, or a pilot’s license.

      3. Ha, woops! I guess I merely glanced at it. You’re right, definitely wasn’t the funny ‘E’. I’ll bet a virtual friend.

        I’ve never been to England, so excuse my lack of culture.

      4. I’ll let you off, it is a funny E. Haha no not a virtual friend we met face to face! I’ve never been to Pennsylvania so that’s okay. What do I know of Pennsylvania? It has lots of dutch people? and umm meadows?

      5. I feel bad we’re having this convo on your page, haha. So was it a girl? I just had a friend spend some of last summer there? Only kidding of course, no way it could be the same person. Ah, yes, you’re about as cultured as I am. Dutch people and meadows. Sounds lovely, that Pennsylvania.

  2. I’m glad that you enjoyed my post “Departures” and that you stop by often. Poetry is a departure for me and most my posts are prose – or at least writing – related.

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