Tuesday, December 21, 2010

Comments.

Just a quick little note for all of y'all! (As we like to say here in the South.)

For a little while, I'm going to enable comment moderation, mainly because I don't want any less-than-kind comments directed toward the person who posted the initial "camera question." Sounds like she's already having a tough time in life.

Also, since I've already expressed my thoughts on that situation, all that's really left is for readers to weigh in either "for me" or "against me" and that's probably not the most productive thing to do right now. So any further negative comments on this subject won't be published.

However, if there is something in particular you'd like to say, you are always more than welcome to e-mail me at smithellaneous@yahoo.com. I'd welcome hearing from you.

I was just telling someone in an e-mail that Smithellaneous folks are the best. And I truly mean it.

Thanks so much for stopping by!


11 Had Something To Say (Just click here!):

Anonymous said...

Something completely else, but just something, I have been wondering about :)

Which religion are people who are reading your blog? I know one reader Jodi, she is a Jew :)



Happy holidays,

Trine

Me said...

Just wanted to say kudos to you for the gracious way you are handling thins. And to the anonymous commenter, I truly am sorry things are tough for you, know that you are not alone in your struggles and I pray that things start looking up for you and your family!

Sue, Toledo said...

One of my favorite things my pastor says is, "Don't let anyone take your peace..."

nancy said...

Hi Becky, just want to wish you all a very Merry Christmas and Happy New Year, can't wait to get my book. Love to you all, enjoy the season.

Sandy said...

Becky,
Sorry, I just now read your recent blog about not commenting towards the camera question person. I am a few days behind because of some stressful stuff going on in our life. So I started reading from where I left off a few days ago. Anyway sorry I wrote something you don't want us writing. Just read it for your self and delete it.
Love you,
Sandy

Nancy(bratt) said...

I am Assembly of God. I have been for about 20 years. I think this would be a cool poll to do Becky. To see who reads. But yup. I'm Assembly of God but grew up Baptist.
Love
Nancy(bratt)

Anonymous said...

You know - I thought a LOT about this whole camera/book/CD/hoopla thing on my way home from work today.

You offered goods - a book, a CD - for purchase. Many people sell things, either through their blogs or on their Facebook pages (that would be moi) or through Etsy or whatever.

I think maybe - just maybe - some people might have taken offense simply because you told them why you were selling these items (to raise money for a camera). Do you think that's it? It's not like you said, "I want a camera. Send me money!"

(((hugs)))

Stefanie in St. Louis

Lesley said...

No "religion" but very spiritual :)

Anonymous said...

I think it would be a cool poll too :)
Myself.... Raised as a Protestant. :-) I am not sure what I consinder myself as, but I am not a Atheist.

Trine

Anonymous said...

Like Lesley, no religion, but very spiritual. I have found that religion, or the "institutional church" often gets in the way of the inclusive, unconditional love and connectedness of God/Universe.

Jan (from Toledo)

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