... seeing things a bit differently.
hehe. yeah its nice to be read...
There's no better feeling ... well ... outside relationships ;-)Nice one.
Better than a monster truck rally, even?
Yes, blogging, receiving comments is thrilling, maybe a little addictive, but it does give life a little spark.
My favorite tea--and some sound observations.
I'm a comment whore, too.
What a thrill it brings...delightful way to enjoy a cup of tea...bkm
And yet sometimes, just one, can open your head, heart and soul and for that one it's worth reading all of theirs and writing many of your own that don't evoke such a response. I had one of those lately, and I wish you the same. The subject deserves being compressed into your words. Well done. Gay @beachanny
So much fun. Thank you for the nice words on my post.
This is very cool, Eric. I like it a lot.
Blogs are a big cup o tea right?
That was funny Bubba..:)
Personally, I like comments the best- n I always seem to have something to write about the post- Prob that's why I still blog.I find I don't comment often on posts with a ton of comments, or bloggers that don't reply to comments.The exchange makes it alot more fun than a one-way convo- Unless of course you get a crazy stalker that drives you nuts!
I also wonder...This is different and true ... fascinating Eric
comments are what encourages me....i just wish i was as good at reciprocating...sorry i think my comment has been influenced by reading everyone elses...that aside a very good write..very clever...one suggestion though...where you used herds you could have got away with herbs..as in the tea link..just a thought..cheers pete
LOL! Blogs can be a pain in the tush, but generally they are a reach out to humanity...and you get to see the variations on the same theme.Enjoyed, Eric.
Liked it!Here is my one shot:musical whirlwind
A simple comment - a brief moment of thought - a lasting inspiration. We all still need each other through the electrons and pixels.
this is totallyyyy my fav this week!
My favorite tea. Have to say the box sitting now in my cupboard doesn't make the promise yours does. LOL Maybe I need to quit buying it in decaf.
Yes Lisa, the decaf version doesn't offer the same stimulating effects. And thanks for being the first one to notice the box!(The box didn't make itself!)
hahha...this tastes real good, Eric... even better than my otherwise favorite Earl Grey :)Happy Blogging, my friend!!! Write on...xoxo
ummm.. the box is FANTASTIC!!! I presume this is your own "flavor" (which you, so kindly, decided to share with us here) ;-)
Glad you liked the box. I just modified the ingredients a little to fit my post - if you don't look closely you'll miss it.
things pointing in all directions: constant comment/innuendo in and out the window~ btw didn't you write "lovecats" Eric? Can't find it and love it! xxxj
Nice take. The box is very amusing. :DCarys
woohoo! Need me some of that tea! Of course someone to enjoy it with might be nice too.Fun OSW Eric
Oh, so true. Great rhythm!
EricThis is quite amusing and thought provoking in a playful way. I especially like the "Titillations run in herds" although I would image writers in a herd would be like trying to herd cats....MMM very interesting.joanny
How imaginative! Tea and comments and deviant thoughts in a cup! I love it though I had to read it thrice before I examined the tea box. Thanks, Eric!
Fun, light, smile-worthy.
that is some kind of tea!
Lot's of thrills with this one! I'm #34 to comment! lol, well done Eric.
since i started my blog in march last year i had 3800 comments...that made me speechless and happy and yes - it's addictive...
Nice to see that Constant Comment provided a little poetic inspiration! Thanks for sharing!-Deb for Bigelow Tea
dude. even bigelow teas commented.talk about titillating! ;)
You may put in your 2¢ worth, but I'll only pay you a penny for your thoughts.