Warm Fuzzies! is blessed by having so many great visitors and absolutely brilliant comments. I’ve just randomly selected a few here, but I think Comments You Shouldn’t Miss should be a regular feature.
Lisa A. says:
I firmly believe that actions speak louder than words. People can “say” anything….but it’s how they act and what they actually DO that shows who they really are. How many times have women been “sweet-talked” into relationships with men, only to find out later that it was all a big front? How many times have you met someone who promoted themselves or touted themselves to be what they are not? Talk is cheap, words are easy. The hard part is truly “living up” to what you say. If you’re a good person at heart, then you’ll not spend time telling everyone about it – you’ll simply live it and attract the type of people who appreciate it.
Kimberly M. says:
Whenever I stop writing and return “home”, I am absolutely exhausted. I feel as if I’ve journeyed for miles and I haven’t left my seat at the computer. My emotions are all in flux. My physical being feels like it is in need of a few hours of sleep. And mentally? Whew…I need to veg. Whether that means playing a game online that requires no thinking or watching television. My brain is fried and can’t be used.
Diane Sallans says:
That’s how I can tell I’m really loving a book – I blink & then realize where I really am – in my house – Surprise!
As to how it makes me feel – depends on what I’m reading – if it’s suspenseful, my heart is beating faster; if it’s erotic, my heart is beating even faster; if it’s sentimental or sad, my eyes are teary & my nose may be stuffy; if it’s funny, I’m smiling. And when the book is over, I miss the characters I’ve enjoyed.