Anonymous asked: why the fuck wont you just tell us how many follers you have?
besides your misspellings and for the last time,…
THIS is not a competition, ………
Some blogs have a million followers.
Some have 40.
Follow the ones you like, don’t follow the ones you don’t like….
This isn’t rocket science people…..
Thats it.. thats all I have for you„,
Now go away, I’m going to go and put the moves on my love and see If I can get some. :)
describingtheineffable asked: Are people just getting hung up on the word "swamp" or something? Would it help if the word "wetlands" were subbed in? Perhaps they need to examine whatever stereotypes they believe about swamps and see how those compare to reality. In the real world, swamps/wetlands are extremely important - for starters, they cleanse water of pollutants, help prevent flooding, and provide wildlife habitat, plus they're beautiful! If anyone wants to learn about them, check out wetlands-initiative[.]org. :-)
I think it’s more them getting hung up on the hating the Lor thing. :P
But you are absolutely on point, we need to save our wetlands and swamps, they are the backbone of our eco system.
Going to send a private PM so we can continue this, :)
ninquelen asked: Hello ;) Swamp thing on your blog reminded me about my favourite place on earth. It was my grandma's home in countryside, near lake, with swamp in a backyard. I loved this swamp, frogs and birds, this little place keep reminding me of our real place in the world. I would gladly trade my current city lawn for a swamp ;)
Me too hun,
I spent every summer growing up near Brainard MN. on the lake @ my grandparents cabin , it was an original homestead so right on the lake was like 10 feet from the lake. :)
And right behind them was the swamp.. Listening to the frogs at night put me and everyone else right to sleep. I hope everyone that wants to gets a chance to experience it, but those that don’t want to?
Their loss. :)
I’m getting a bunch of crap anon messages so thank you…..
lustforthemoonlight asked: Swamps are a vital part of our ecosystem and they should get more respect. Beauty is in the eye of the beholder. I’ll bet the animals living there just love the place to death.
Yes, they sure are,
not to mention, I grew up in northern Minnesota (all swamps and lakes) and love it.. But yes, you are correct, without them, we would be in big trouble.
I beg any of them to just camp once next to a swamp and listen to the frogs, birds, fish, critters, etc..
Goddess, it puts you right to sleep and makes you feel like you are finally home.
We are all creatures of the Earth, no matter how much some people with agendas want us to believe..
Thanks for the pm,
Have a lovely weekend!
Anonymous asked: Gros!!! you live in a swamp??
But, you spelled GROSS wrong, not that anyone cares, , just sayin.
And technically we live on Lake Wissota.
We just happen to live in the ponds part and yes, we have a swamp across the street. But we also have one of the most popular lakes in Wisconsin walking distance to our right and a forest in our back yard that runs almost to Duluth/ Superior and makes The Black Forest look like a kiddie ride @ 6 flags. :)
We love it here, I’m happy, she’s happy, and we have a Zoo worth of animals that live with us and last I checked, they are happy too. Perhaps when you’re older you’ll realize that’s all that really matters…
Have a nice evening hateful anon!
starharmonics asked: A fellow J.C. reader ???? Wow ~~~~ : )
Is that so strange?
I know a bunch of them, although I’m not exclusive or anything, I read everything. I think this is becoming the summer of Janet Evanovich and Stephanie Plum, I’m on book 8 but I’m pretty sure there is over 20 of them now. Luckily they’re pretty fluffy so they go quick.
You can find a link on my page to goodreads if you want to follow my goofy reviews or see what I’m currently reading. :)