One of the most fun parts of blogging is for me the connecting part. When I notice someone new started to follow me, I always hop over to his or her website/blog and first look for an ‘About’ page to learn more about my neighbor and fellow blogger. Partly, because I am curious by nature, partly because I am sincerely interested.
If there is no ‘About’ page available, I surf a bit around and I practice this:
Maybe you would like to get to know me a bit better? If you haven’t read it before, for your convenience here is the link to my ‘About’ page:
Mimosa Pudica is a creeping annual or perennial herb, also called sleepy plant, Dormilones or shy plant. This herb proves that plants, besides being alive, can react very quickly although they don’t have a nervous system.
Proverbial this herb is also called sensitive plant or touch-me-not and therefore in Dutch the link has been made to a quick-tempered, touchy person. A ‘Kruidje-roer-me-niet’.
During my childhood, I was called…READ MORE (click)
Every blog or website is created by a real person (or by more than one) and I believe we all like acknowledgement and be treated the way you want to be treated. Make an effort to invest in each other. Knowledge leads to Compassion… at least 😉
“Knowledge leads to Compassion” I do agree Patty. You are awesome, thank you for being so.
I know you do, dear friend 🙂
Hi. I am so happy I came across your blog today. I haven’t done ours yet. Glad you posted this. Look forward to reading more posts.
Thank you for reading and connecting 🙂
Kind regards from a neighbor on our globe,
I love your approach Patty – such reaching out, openness, and eagerness to explore. In many ways that’s quite opposite of Mimosa Pudica, When I first found your blog, I loved reading your about page, and learning the Dutch connection to a quick-tempered touchy person. That really expanded the definition for me, because I always identified with what we mostly call “the sensitive plant” here in the USA as so-shy-that-avoiding-being-seen-is-the-best-possible-outcome. It’s always so interesting to learn about cultural differences, which helps grow both connection and respect I think.
I’m glad indeed that you blog!
Thank you dear Deborah 🙂
One of many reasons I blog, to connect and learn about other perspectives, cultures, etc.
Reblogging this to my sister site, Success Inspirers World
Thank you! Much appreciated, dear Ana. XxX