I attempt to reply to all of the comments and the “Like” hits that I get on my blog. However, as some of you know, the replies that we send sometimes are returned as undelivered, due to the “do not reply” tag on the original senders message.

So today my post will simply be a great big THANK YOU, to all of you wonderful and sensitive people who take the time to read “My Stuff”.
Recently I have made new friends through this wonderful world of Blogging, and I am so happy and grateful to have them, but I would be very much remiss in not acknowledging my friends who have been there from the beginning. I am reminded of a poem that I heard a long, long time ago. I am without a clue as to whom the author was, but I have always remembered his work.
Make new friends,
but, keep the old,
for one be silver,
and the other be gold.

So, to you my friends of precious metal, again from my heart I say to all

God Bless you one and all.


About poemsandponderings

Hearth and Health are wonderful things and if you're without either such sorrow that brings So I cannot express enough thanks to my Lord and to my family and friends for the support you afford! ~Jack Downing~
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6 Responses to THANK YOU

  1. Beth Ann says:

    If rust is considered a metal I am one of your rusty friends!!! LOL Have a great week! Loved all the friendship poems!!!

  2. Michael says:

    What a nice way to start a new week, Jake.

    I love this; “Make new friends, But, keep the old, For one be silver, And the other be gold.”

    “Thank You” for sharing your posts with us.

    Have a great week ahead. !!!

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