Anita’s Surprise response to Jim Webster’s post ~ Hedging in your shirt sleeves…

Hedging in your shirt sleeves

Anita surprised me this morning, by asking to read your post, Jim as she is determined to learn the finer arts of blogging/ Here is the original post and Anita’s comments…

Good morning Jim,

The hedge… a good way to remember your grandfather.

Tackling the hedge… sounds to me as if your grandfather is still having fun.

The new younger stuff… seems to me a blend of two souls, old and new.

Todays hedges… here I can see nothing goes to waste.

(Personally, I like order)

laying hedges… I hope you have better luck this time.

Complaining … people do like to moan. It’s what keeps them going on to the next good moan, as to the schemes and contracts, it’s a wonder you know which end is up. I believe nothing is ever truly wasted, it’s a learning curve to another person’s way of life.

Tuesday… I would like to spend a day on your farm with my sleeves rolled up.

Jaye would love to know how you placed those four hearts at the bottom of your post…

© Anita Dawes 2021

3 thoughts on “Anita’s Surprise response to Jim Webster’s post ~ Hedging in your shirt sleeves…

  1. To do the four hearts, when you have a new paragraph, chose ‘classic’
    Then from memory when you click into the area, you’ll get a menu bar and one of the options is symbols (I think the symbol for the symbols may be an omega)

    Click your heart four times, then highlight them, colour them red (another part of the same menu bar, and centre them (again, same menu bar)

    Then press return to start a new paragraph and you’re away

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