Gifting the Compliment

Gifting the Compliment

Season 2 – Once a Month Series

Christmas Edition 2020

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Season 3 of Gifting the Compliment will start 01/01/2021 and will also run in conjunction with Guest Star Day a new Interview series for writers.
I display links to posts from blogs that l have visited, read and commented on and these in turn are complimented in this series.

Gifting the Compliment Directory

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“I really liked what you did here and l really like what you do and l think others will too!”

This is a compliment from my blog to both you and your blog … it’s not an award, there is no need for the receiver of the Gift to do anything further … it is purely a gift to you for the blog that you manage and run. It is an acknowledgement of your writing style and genre, what you do for the community and for your audience and readerships respectively.

From my side of life as a reader to your content it is an appreciation of what you do, what you create, write and publish. It’s a salute to you, your imagination, enthusiasm, inspiration, knowledge and dedication to your craft ……….. a compliment is just that … a compliment.

A published post of yours caught my attention whilst l was reading and l wanted to let you know. I liked it and l liked it a lot. I liked it so much l wanted to display it again to my own readership for them also to appreciate your content recent or not.

There is no ‘ceremony or pomp’ attached to these Compliments – there is no call to action to respond – there is no additional tagging, no questions to answer – it is a thankyou for the ‘style’ that you have and the way that you deliver it to your readership!

However, what is the point to being complimented if you don’t even know that? So in addition to this published and linked post l will drop a comment on the last post you have created to let you know you have been complimented.
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Eggs and asparagus
Ribana of Popsicle Society
Always there…
Gary of Bereaved Single Dad
“pupper and kitty”
Suzanne of All My Heart Sees
On a life well lived
Chris Hall of Luna’s on Line
For the visually challenged reader, the image shows an old woman whose face is deeply lined. There is a faint smile on her face.
Glimpses Of Autumn
Ruth of Don’t Eat It
Sunday Rhymes 15 – Happy Hallow’s Eve
Stephen Blyse Writes
Singing Sex #1
Jenna Kirkpatrick
Untitled Dark Poem #4
Jay-lin of The Wonderful and Wacky World of one Single Mum
Sunday Cake (100)
Juju of Roijoyeux
My Light
Kristian of Life Lessons from Around the Dinner Table
The Outstanding Plunge of Taughannock Falls
Emily Mae Hood of New York Family Adventures
Creek leading to the waterfall amphitheater, Taughannock Falls State Park, New York
Time after Time
Kitt Wolf of Crap Kitten Writes
Some Thoughts On TIME
Ian Kay of Moon Is Rising
On a clear night
Eugenia of Eugi’s Causerie I
Nature Walks – The Canadian Invasion?
Jeanne of a Jeanne in the Kitchen
Can You Dismiss Karma?
Fibbing Friday – Ten Tall Tales?
Barbara of Teleporting Weena
Under the Willow
Penny Wilson of Penny Wilson Writes
End-of-day ramble
Stoner on a Rollercoaster
Part 250
Long running daily series.
Part 273
Angie of King Ben’s Grandma
Tale Weaver — Confusion
Fandango of This, That and The Other
Lisa of The Road Back to Life
What Is… an Emotion
Ashley – Mental Health @ Home

10 Happy Points to you all!!

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Gifting the Compliment Directory

Thanks for reading – see you in 2021!!

44 thoughts on “Gifting the Compliment

  1. Thanks Rory and backatcha. I do appreciate how much work you put into your blog and what a great friend you are to this blogging community.

  2. Thanks, my friend. Ha, ha, where did that image come from? I must have used it but I can’t remember what the post was about. I had a clock like that once.

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