Thanks, I think?

"thank you" in six languages

 

I hope that the effort and thought I put into these posts comes through in my writing, and that you’re finding value in reading them. I’m very grateful for the comments you make,* especially when you’re human, and have actually read the post. I enjoyed this recent comment, even though the writer probably isn’t (human) and hasn’t (read any post):

From Ora Cooper, so called:

“Reading this information So i am satisfied to convey that I have an incredibly excellent uncanny feeling I came upon exactly what I needed. I such a lot definitely will make sure to don’t omit this site and provides it a glance regularly.”

Not knowing whether Ora Cooper is a non-native English speaker with inscrutable motives or perhaps a bot, it’s probably safe to assume that s/he/it isn’t speaking about any specific thing I’ve written (though I’d dearly love to be providing “exactly what was needed”).

Be that as it may, I’m grateful for the turns of phrase. And I’m really hoping that other readers have the same sort of “incredibly excellent uncanny feeling,” and “such a lot definitely will make sure to don’t omit this site and provides it a glance regularly.” How great would that be?

 

*Begging pardon from those of you who comment on facebook–I don’t always see those comments, and when I see them after a long time has elapsed I feel sheepish replying so late….

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2 thoughts on “Thanks, I think?

  1. Well, I always love reading what your jet-setting family is up to, except maybe the last post. I was feeling your pain!

  2. Sorry about that (my editor advised building suspense :-). The upside, I hope, is that you can log it as an experience that you now don’t have to have, because you’ve felt it. One of the great advantages of reading 🙂

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