Thanks for the Chat – The Talkative Tag

I came across this idea when Theresaly520 of the Blog Culture Shocks posted this:

I thought this was such a fantastic idea. If you are not aware of her blog, just pop along and I’m sure you’ll enjoy it as much as I do. 

I followed the Blogging trail along to find that the original creator of this idea was a blog called The Eclectic Contrarian, and the name of the blog is enough to make you want to click and have a look, doesn’t it? Here is the link to the original Talkative Tag post.

So without further ado and in a spirit of camaraderie

I would like to thank EVERYONE who has left me a comment. I am very grateful to you for taking that time. Time is the enemy when it comes to blogging. Trying to find the time to write, read, like and to comment is quite difficult. 

Here are my Super Commenters.

These are all great blogs who obviously make the time to comment and so please take the time to visit and say Hi.

What can I say? I am grateful to everyone who takes the time to read what I write, then like and then comment. I really appreciate it. 

I still struggle to get the balance right. That makes me appreciate you even more. 


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18 thoughts on “Thanks for the Chat – The Talkative Tag”

  1. It turns out I am quite the chatterbox!
    I absolutely dread to think how many comments I have notched up on Rory’s blog after his latest Guess The Blogger!
    I absolutely hounded him – I was hoping he would give in with exhaustion!

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    1. 🙂 I’m a chatterbox too, but mainly when I am face to face with someone. I am not so talkative on the phone or online. Although I can type almost as fast as I can talk. 😉 Thank you Mel for being such an excellent communicator and for leaving me lots of encouraging comments on my blog, You are a STAR! 🙂

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    1. Well that’s good to know. I must admit, I have been meaning to write more of that story set in Spain. I need to do a bit more research about the Spanish Civil War because that is the time its set in. I have been hoping someone would say they’d like to hear more of that one. I will write more of the School story at some point when the inspiration comes. I was watching The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie to try to get some inspiration. 🙂 The whodunnits are really hard, but I do have an epilogue to write on the last one. 🙂 Lots to do. Thank you for the encouragement.

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