Hello There Clammers!
Having a fun day? Lots of stuff on your mind? Just want to ramble on about anything and everything? WELL TOO BAD!!!
Errr, I mean… Here is the place where you can do it. Have something cool you want to share with your fellow readers/Addicts? Have something on your mind that you just want to get off it? Have a lovely bunch of coconuts? Lol.
This post is for open conversation. Pretty much anything and everything goes (as long as it still follows the Addicts Site Guidelines). Feel free to chat it up all you want.
If you are not sure of what to talk about, here are a few subjects to get you started.
How was your week?
Did you get hit with a ton of snow?
See something in your neighbors town that impressed you?
Coming to our Addicts Meet and Greet in March? Would LOVE to see you there!
Send us a post card or letter yet? You know we LOVE to hear from YOU! (Bunny would LOVE to have some Pen Pals!)
Remember this post is for FUN!! A way to “Chat with your Neighbors”. If you wanna gripe or complain or rant or …well, be mad about something…take it to our WHAT THE DUECE posts and get it out your system there. 🙂
There you go. Get your typing fingers fired up and yap yap yap away.
Now for something a bit different. I wanted to wait a few days to put this up so I could give it a lil more attention and not have it lost with the other content. I know this is not the appropriate place, nor would ANYTHING I write or create ever (in my mind) be enough… but a really wonderful, kind, and great man went into his endless slumber on Friday the 27th. I for one will miss him. He had a great personality. Intellect that was beautiful. Not to mention he could make you laugh so hard with some of the things he would say. As I feel I could not do his life story justice, I will instead direct you to another place that I felt did a great job of covering some great points in his life. Feel free to take a peak if you would like. Or seek out more online.
RIP Leonard Nimoy.
We are assembled here today to pay final respects to our honored dead. And yet it should be noted that in the midst of our sorrow, this death takes place in the shadow of new life, the sunrise of a new world; a world that our beloved comrade gave his life to protect and nourish. He did not feel this sacrifice a vain or empty one, and we will not debate his profound wisdom at these proceedings. Of my friend, I can only say this: of all the souls I have encountered in my travels, his was the most… human.
~James T. Kirk (Wrath of Khan)