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Tag Archives: Marilyn Armstrong
Aren’t bloggers wonderful? Because I’m a perfectionist, at least with respect to my fledgling artistic talents, I’ve been bemoaning the fact that my photographs haven’t been … well, picture perfect … right from the get-go. When my little point-and-click Olympus … Continue reading
Did you ever have a frustrating experience with a customer service call center? This post is for you, with thanks to Marilyn Armstrong. (Comments are closed on this re-blog. Leave any comments over on Marilyn’s site.)
Ok, folks, I just renewed my WordPress membership for another year. Hope you all appreciate it – stay with me, I have some exciting things planned! (This short post is more-or-less in response to Marilyn Armstrong’s Serendipity Photo Prompt #15 … Continue reading