I shall begin today's monologue by thanking each and every one of you who has ever left a comment on this blog.
When I go to my Blogger home page and see that I have comments waiting for me, I smile. A lot.
Comments are proof that I'm not talking to myself here every day.
The screenshot above is what I see when I go to my home page, minus all the green stuff.
When I see that comments are "awaiting moderation," I can't wait to click on the link.
When you live by yourself in the middle of nowhere, comments substitute for conversation.
Some of you may be wondering, "if she likes comments so damned much, why does she make it so hard to leave them?
And what's up with the whole comment moderation thing?"
Comment moderation is not about censorship, it's about trying to keep out the damned spammers.
Who are these people anyway?
If I didn't moderate the comments, all this spam would get in the way of your positive, supportive,
creative and funny remarks, and that wouldn't be any fun at all.
Thank you again if you've taken the time and effort to leave one or one hundred comments here.
Unless your name is "Christian Louboutin." You can leave me a thousand comments and I still won't talk to you.