I’d like to thank all of you, whether you follow me or not, for reading and viewing this blog. Right now as I type this, watching the Campbell’s Soup show with jack Carson, and it’s old. yes, I like old time radio. The thing I don’t like is some of the racy things they come up with in story lines. I’d like to thank those of you who supported me especially last year, especially during the difficult months of the pandemic. I know we’re not over the hump as far as that virus goes, but still, I want to address something very good. Followers are coming. Thank you bunches for following me. If you want to hit me up on Twitter, please visit http://www.denverqueen.com and click under the Connect with Me heading, the Twitter link is there.
An update: periscope will be sunsetting its app, and Twitter will take over the livestreaming capabilities of Periscope, so you won’t see the Periscope link as of march of this year. My website guy, Trenton, will be helping with fixing things along the way. I’d like to also tell you guys that parlor sucked anyway, and it wasn’t accessible, so I’m glad it’s gone. Thank you all for follows and reads, so please keep those up. Comments have been disabled here because of trolls. I’d like to thank a couple of cool people. Tim Applebee from Canada, thanks for your follow and thanks for your liking stuff. BB Cole, I don’t know you but thanks for following. For those of you who want me to follow you, I have followed people with the buttons next to their names. BB’s blog doesn’t have that, but I need to look into subscribing in the blog undoubtedly and figure out but then I also have the same prob with the Dog Training Blog. Thanks to dog people, I have more need to write about dogs. But i don’t own a dog, I just happen to think dogs are great animals who serve in all kinds of ways. Dogs and cats make great pets, but don’t expect the seeing eye to register a feline any time soon.
All in all, I’d be glad to call out more names if I know who else is interested in follows. I need more followers here, but 80 is great. Let’s make it to a hundred.