This week, I asked Friday's Child to help to express the importance of the Friends of the Friendless
being a positive influence in the blogosphere. Bloggers like to know that someone is listening so a top priority in our fight against friendlessness is our friendly comments.
The Friends of the Friendless Marching Band is once again on the march. Friday is the day where all the members meet and share whatever news we have about those friendless sites. By friendless sites, we mean sites with less than 5 comments on their blog. W e go to CAROL, the master of the band and let her know about these sites. We the members of the Friends of the Friendless Marching Band then march into these sites and visit them. If we can relate to their article, then we leave a comment. If we can’t relate, we still leave a comment saying hi or hello, you are from the FFMB and Carol sent you.
Come and join the fun and march along with us! Just choose any instrument to play with or you can use anything as an instrument if you like.
See…that’s how easy it is to join. So what are you waiting for? Come on down and be a friend to a friendless site. Who knows our friendliness would mean something to one friendless site. Let us make a difference in this blogging world.
If you decide to join click here and leave a comment saying you would like to join the FFMB.
Thank you, Friday's Child for those encouraging words!
The featured friendless site is Rachel's Apostrophe Catostrophe. I like her blog because:
- this blog is all about the over used apostrophe.
- grammar is often overlooked in blogs.
- I need to learn about the apostrophe
- and she has convinced me to read up on it in my old English handbook.
Also visit Jeff of Still Jewish. He is a Jewish man who has come to believe in the divinity of Jesus.
Then check out Ellen at Coffee Granules. She is a woman who isn't afraid of dealing with the throbs of life.
Then head over to the banner area and see if my instructions work.
Have fun everybody.
Let's see..."The apostrophe ('), a mark of punctuation and a spelling symbol, has three uses: to indicate omission of a letter or letters from words and of a figure of figures from numerals; ;to form the possessive (genitive) case of nouns and of certain pronouns; to indicate the plural of letters, numeral, symbols, and certain abbreviations..."