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Meet & Greet

Hello, dears!

The Meet and Greet continues today and will conclude tomorrow evening. Don´t be shy, leave a link to your blog and meet more amazing bloggers!

Have fun 😉

15 thoughts on “Meet & Greet

  1. Hello, I’m I now live in California and call myself a liberal conservative. That means l try to look at the whole picture. I prefer to live and let live but chafe when forced to conform against my own conscience. I am a passive person and cannot stand those rebels who feel they have to destroy things to be heard.
    My blog has to do with whatever pops into my head and a good portion of it deals with my experiences both good and bad. I will share family issues and how I over came my PTSD from an abusive childhood. On occasion I will share the obstacles I encounter with trying to be a screenwriter. I’ve had a colorful life and it’s all out there. I hope you’ll visit.

    1. Welcome Jolie! I’m so glad you’ve decided to join us 😊
      Beautiful presentation! I bet you aren’t happy with the latest riots against Trump. I think nobody likes that behavior 😫
      Big hug, David

  2. You are so right. They have reinvented the word “Ugly American” that was so popular in Europe when I visited many years ago. I remember how difficult it was to change people’s perception of us and now this. Sigh.

    1. No worries, riots are usual in Europe now, so I think we’ll understand 😉
      Rough times all over the world 🤔

      1. Just don’t take sides against us. LOL

      2. Lol! No way 😉

      3. Lol! No way 😉

  3. Glad to see that I haven’t missed the Meet & Greet!

    My name’s Josh, and I’m a graduate student in Northern California. I’m incredibly interested in big cat conservation, and accordingly blog mostly about big cats. But I also write about my adventures.

    Speaking of which, I’m currently trying to put together a study in the South American country of Guyana. I’d be living with local people, most of them indigenous, and learning about their cultural and spiritual beliefs about jaguars. If you want to learn more about this project, feel free to visit the GoFundMe campaign I’ve set up for it:

    I look forward to meeting you all!

    1. Hi, Josh!! I´m glad you´ve decided to come 😀 Hope you meet some new followers, and you can reach your goal!
      I love your blog and enjoy your post about big cats, I´m looking forward to reading your adventures in Guyana 🙂
      Big hug, David

    2. That sounds very interesting. I love big cats.

      1. Thanks for the comment Jolie, and for following me! Big cats are amazing animals, so I can understand why you love them!

      2. When I was a child there was a woman who worked with my father, whose husband kept several in cages in their home. No yard, no place for them to run. Being the free spirit that I am, it never felt right. I was a child and it was the 50’s but I knew.

      3. It makes me sad to hear that. Big cats don’t belong in cages: they belong in the wild. Besides, it’s just plain dangerous. No matter how close a person gets to their ‘pet’ tiger or jaguars, these are still powerful animals that could seriously hurt someone. Not to mention the fact that the exotic pet trade is a serious threat for some wild cats, most notably cheetahs. For all these reasons I can never support keeping big cats as pets: especially keeping them in cages.

      4. I so totally agree.

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