Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'Introduce Yourself' started by Guest, May 4, 2005.
LOL, Mark! I'm glad to see some male input! Different perspective, yk? Carol
Alot of perspective... :lol: If you wish..... :!:
Nice to meet you, Veronica! My newbie post is somewhere under the Newbie Introductions. I'll have to ask Liz how to cut and paste it in here so I do not have to repeat myself.
Is this what you mean, Leng:
I had to go back to the first page to find out who I was saying hi to again. Wow!
Nice meeting you!
Cool! Did you do that, Liz? I'll have to try it. All I have to do is click on the QUOTE button, right? Sheesh, I can type but that's it! All I am concerned about is that the computer turns on when I turn the power on. :roll: I can do CTRL-C and CTRL-V. Thanks!
Yeah, Leng, but I had another advantage, I can go in and edit your post. Liz
Many of us come from the RFAMF group and we have our own shorthand. We place a d for dear in front of h for husband, s for son, d for daughter, sil for son-in-law, etc.
So we talk about our relatives in only the nicest way. :wink:
My dbil (brother-in-law) has loved living in Scottsdale, but it's time he got out of retirement and back in the work force. He isn't 50 yet. He loved rubbing elbows with his rich buddies at Starbucks every day. What a life!
It's nice to meet you too, WSHinCo and DMo224.