Best Christmas Present Ever

I found this post as a result of chatting with someone on Abbie’s blog. Now, guess what? I’ve added another blog to follow to my addiction.
Wahoo!
Love it!

The Sound of One Hand Typing

Kat Bouska, a/k/a Mama Kat, who runs the blog Mama’s Losin’ it!, operates a weekly Pretty Much World-Famous Writer’s Workshop (clicking on the graphic above will bring you to the rules). Every Tuesday, she posts six or seven prompts and challenges other bloggers to write on one of them and post it to their blog on Thursday. This week, Mama Kat had this prompt:

Best or worst gift you ever received.

I really can’t think of any lousy gifts I ever received, though I’m sure I got a few. The ones that stand out in my mind are the great ones. For example, on Christmas 1968, totally out of the blue, my mother gave me a Zenith Royal 790 Super Navigator radio, like the one shown in this video.

Father Christian, pastor of St. Ignatius Parish, who we got to know very well after my father died (and who…

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5 Responses to Best Christmas Present Ever

  1. John Holton says:

    Thanks for the reblog! Come back anytime…

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  2. Hi Patty, I’m glad to have inadvertently helped you connect with another blogger. I’m also glad you re-blogged the post he linked to on my blog. I made a mental note to go back and read that later, but that note went flying out the window. Thanks.

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    • Patty says:

      Hi Abbie.

      You’re welcome. I get you on notes flying out windows. We’re all so busy, going hither and yon, and it’s easy to get sidetracked.

      Finding and connecting to bloggers is a huge addiction for me, and it is also a great way to network and gain more ways of promoting, and is why I encourage commenting on blogs because you never know who’s reading or what your comment will lead to.

      Had I not commented on your actual blog, and just reblogged the post as I do so much of the time, I’d have not found this blogger, wouldn’t have read this post, and you wouldn’t have been reminded.

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