Wednesday, March 03, 2010

Under Construction

Yup, taking the big bite and restructuring the ole HnH. Some buttons may lead to nowhere as yet, but at least blogger put in a way to get back here--phew. Yes it's been a while since I've played in the Blogosphere, but I'm planning to have some fun and try a few things. Big thanks to all my buddies out there (you know who you are) that check up on me and keep the HnH presence alive.

Big thanks to Sandee from Comedy Plus for she plays a new game she calls caption this where you get to add a caption to a picture she has chosen. It's fun to play and the captions can get quite wild.
A big thanks to Bud Weiser from WTIT:The Blog for using a meme post I came up with quite a while ago.
I plan to get my lifetime sentence back in the Bloggingham Dungeon renewed as well. That is if Mimi Lenox allows breaking into her dungeon. Thanks for keeping an eye on me Mimi.



Sandee said...

I like it. I love doing a makeover on my blog. I do it often too.

Have a terrific day. Big hug. :)

Mr. Lance said...

Does this mean WE will once again turn heads?

I feel Dirty....

FoxxFyrre said...

Oh yeah! Heads, Turn!, We'll need a Bloggercist!

Mr. Lance said...

I will start looking in the yellow pages... let's see,

Blogreglass.... nope,
blogyers.... hell no.
Blogmotional, ummm,
Blogaurants... I don't think so...

I think we are out of luck here, no Bloggercist.

I will keep looking!

Mimi Lenox said...

I have been checking on you from time to time. And thanks for doing the same, my friend.

Nice to see a new look here (not that the old one was bad) and a post. There's something comforting about familiarity in the blogosphere for me these days. This post made me smile. Thanks for reminding me of good times spent on this blog with so many other players and bloggers when blog life was good and we were all learning the ropes together. Once upon a time...
Sometimes I wish it could be that simple again.

Welcome back, Frank.

FoxxFyrre said...

HI Mimi,

Thanks for dropping in!! I'm really glad I could make you smile.
I agree, those early blogdays were fun. Stretching one's own imagination to put an idea on a little square piece of cyberblogpaper. Then hitting the publish post button (which always brought out excitement, anxiety, and even a little fear just before pushing it). Then watching my cyberscribble on the cyberblogpaper suddenly disappear before my eyes, but quickly replaced by some cyber-speedreading-blog-editor-in-chief's
cyberblogreport stating "Blog Published Successfully" (which brought out more excitement and anxiety because somehow my blogscribble was accepted into the blogrealm).
And then the wait.
The wait until someone out there, way out there, in the blether (that's blog speak for blogoshpere + ether) actually read my little blogscribble and somehow attached a little blicky note (that's blogspeak for blog + sticky note) to my published cyberblogpaper and in that blicky note would be a wonderful statement by that person out in the blether that I couldn't help but attach another blicky saying a big thanks, because somehow that person way out in the blether found my cyberblogscribble and actually liked or constructively criticized my blogscribble.
Then I would stretch my imagination again to publish another page of my cyberblogscribble, and these people would find my post again and leave more blickys. And these people would become more than just someone out in the blether, but would make connections and blendships (that's blogspeak for blog + friendships) would form.
To me, that's why blogging was so much fun, and to me, those blendships that were created back then have as much or maybe even more meaning than real world friendships because they were all formed with all the above experiences in common.

To me you are one of my most important Blends (that's blogspeak for Blog + Friend)

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