Comment Policy

I love your comments!  I want your feedback. Please, please, please let me know what you think about what I’ve written.  If you have questions, just ask.  I’ll answer!  If you have an opinion, let me know! 🙂

Now for what’s not acceptable.  No spam, bogus advertisements, affiliate marketing, abusive language, personal attacks, irrelevant links and irrelevant comments.

I try to keep my colorful language to a minimum, so please do the same.  However, I won’t be offended if you happen to drop an F-bomb.  I do too occasionally.  I do have my blog rated R, so people have already been warned that there will be colorful language and sexual content.

Because my blog is a little on the racy side I do allow anonymous comments, but it’s always nice to know who you are if you feel comfortable letting me know.  I love to read the blogs of my readers and see what’s on your minds.  So feel free to link back to your own blog after making relevant comments on mine.

If you have a question or comment that you would like to make privately, you can always email me at preachersdaughter1@gmail.com.  I also can be reached on Facebook.  Look for the Facebook link on the right hand side.  And yes, I also have Twitter, so feel free to tweet me anytime!

Lastly, I reserve the right to edit comments for clarity, readability, or spelling errors when appropriate.

Thank you!

Ginger

10 Comments

10 thoughts on “Comment Policy

  1. pretty interesting stuff. i’m 59 yrs old. i was single for 52 yrs. growing up a pk, does make for interesting experiences. wish i could have started documenting it when i was 6 yrs old

    • Thanks David. Interesting doesn’t even come close to adequately describing some of the experiences that we PKs have along the way. There are still some things that I look back on now and think, what on earth was my dad thinking putting us through that? LOL

  2. i just started reading your blog and i love it, you remind me of myself. ive been a pk my entire life unfortunately

  3. Thanks David. Interesting doesn’t even come close to adequately describing some of the experiences that we PKs have along the way. There are still some things that I look back on now and think, what on earth was my dad thinking putting us through that? LOL
    +1

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