You are just a youngster! Here is to wishing you the best, take care.
Ouch, sorry to hear that. Spending a lot of time on the machine, are they talking transplant?
I hope you are doing better and can get back to having some fun. If I can help in any way, just ask.
I was just wondering about you and where you've been, it seems several of the older regulars have gone quite lately. Did you get a new computer yet? It's hard to recommend something unless I know what you want to use it for and if it needs to be mobile. I prefer a desktop as my main station, someday I'd like to have a laptop just for flexibility. Hope you get active again soon, you are missed. Merry Christmas & Happy New Year!
i guess nobody's noticed.that.I've taken a brake from.GPR maybe.I'll continue my highest lol. i need a new. computer any ideas.on what to get?
Hey there AL. Thanks so much for your very nice note on my wall asking me to come back. I appreciate what you said very much but being able to write happy comments all the time isn't always easy. I should try harder perhaps and might make me feel good. But I know that for me writing comments for just a few shots here and there has some challenges. I know there are a handful of people out there, like yourself, that really do appreciate my comments, and that has always given me a reason to do it. But since I used to write really long detailed comments, I fear that people see my quick and shorter comments as an indication that I don't like their photo like when I used to write longer comments. Part of me thinks, "I've been around long enough, and people that know me, also know that if I just write "Nice" that I really mean it and that it is backed up by my reputation. But GPR has gotten a lot of new people that don't know me, and for them a simple one word "nice" would mean that I don't want to take the time to really get into their photo. Well I guess that is true to a degree. I used to have the energy to do that, and then felt I needed to do all the photos, so that I made sure that people that I care about get a comment from me. But that just wore me out over time. And now I get feeling quite anxious just trying to follow the comments that people DO make when I spend an hour or so each Friday night to see what has been entered. I still do love the photographs very much. I just don't have the energy to make comments to the standard that I've set for myself.