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Re: Congratulations & celebrations thread - Post them all he

Posted: Sun Mar 30, 2014 8:08 am
by Nancy
Congrats, post-thrifty Ryche! :yay:
And you too, Laura! :clap: Since we are not post-thrifty, we should aim for 10,000 posts by the end of 2014. :type:

Re: Congratulations & celebrations thread - Post them all he

Posted: Fri Apr 04, 2014 6:31 am
by ItsAllRyche
Ah Nancy, I think that is definitely doable for you!!!!

And, I might add, your posts are most entertaining :D

Re: Congratulations & celebrations thread - Post them all he

Posted: Sat Apr 05, 2014 3:09 am
by vmh
I can't believe it's been 5 years! My, my...how time flies. Congrats fellow fivers! 8)

Re: Congratulations & celebrations thread - Post them all he

Posted: Thu Sep 18, 2014 6:09 pm
by ItsAllRyche
I consider this board as a familiar friend that you do not need to talk to everyday, but as soon as you do have a chance to chat it seems like no time has passed between times. :goodman:

With that, I was looking through posts and realized that it has been over 7 years since I joined. And while I do not post
much, I really enjoy the posts by others.

We have been more and more sparse in our posts, but hopefully it will come around to being a bit busier with the prospects of FOTC and cohorts getting more involved with exciting projects.

So, just a shout out: Helloooo fellow WTFers!! :D

Re: Congratulations & celebrations thread - Post them all he

Posted: Thu Sep 18, 2014 7:32 pm
by Diah
ItsAllRyche wrote:I consider this board as a familiar friend that you do not need to talk to everyday, but as soon as you do have a chance to chat it seems like no time has passed between times. :goodman:

With that, I was looking through posts and realized that it has been over 7 years since I joined. And while I do not post
much, I really enjoy the posts by others.

We have been more and more sparse in our posts, but hopefully it will come around to being a bit busier with the prospects of FOTC and cohorts getting more involved with exciting projects.

So, just a shout out: Helloooo fellow WTFers!! :D



The thing that confuses me is the number of people who "like" posts on the What the Folk! FB page but don't participate in the forum. I guess because it's just so easy to hit that "like" button and not have to express feelings or spend time conversing with others. It's very disappointing. :?

Re: Congratulations & celebrations thread - Post them all he

Posted: Sat Sep 20, 2014 5:00 am
by Nancy
Agreed. We are conditioned to hit "Like" - that way we feel as though we've communicated with someone in the least time-consuming way possible. :|

PS Congrats, Ryche! :thumb: