My balance

Posted by Claudia Moser on 10:44 AM in ,

Day after day I return to my blog, write, read comments, visit others and find my balance, it brings peace of mind, smiles, laughter, sometimes tears. Grateful for its existence, for its followers, visitors. Thank you!



Aaaw, that's a sweet little post for us today. Thank you, too, Claudia for always keeping us entertained with your lovely posts. Hugs.

Hi Claudia,

Hope all is well with you and hubby.
My blogging seems to have almost ended,
really trying hard to fit everything in.

I am trying to play catch-up now but think it will take me a long long while!


Fiona x

@Diane - it is my pleasure and I do that with all my being :)
@Fiona - missed you around here, I am happy you found your way back to the blogging world!

Anonymous says:

Claudia, that's very true! Sharing all our stories with one another does bring balance...on all corners!

@Beachlover - very true, I enjoy blogging a lot!

I agree!! I enjoy reading blogs and making friends in blog land!! I am learning a lot about people and places in the process.

Might I say you bring great balance and happiness to my world, via comments and all that you post!

@Annmarie - that is very true, learning is very much a wonderful bonus to blogging!
@Sush - aww! So sweet of you, thank you!

I can understand what you mean.

Another 30 Days of Truth blogger.

@SJerZGirl - I know :)

I second Sush and add that you are a wonderful person and I always enjoy reading your comments and posts!

@Bibi - sweet comment for my ears :)

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