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Ollie Wright
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At 10:38am on May 25, 2024, Aggie said…

Happy Birthday!

At 10:44am on May 25, 2023, Aggie said…

Happy Birthday!

At 7:33am on May 25, 2022, Aggie said…

Happy Birthday!

At 6:49am on May 25, 2021, Aggie said…

Happy Birthday!

At 4:22pm on July 14, 2020, Aggie said…

At 9:42am on October 31, 2018, Aggie said…

At 3:50pm on August 17, 2018, Gloria Helmer / Datsunlvr said…

Heck Ollie, I thought we were already friends! LOL!

At 10:53pm on August 10, 2018, Angharad gave Ollie Wright a gift
At 11:40pm on August 10, 2018, Angharad said…

Haha! My profile is set to private, which may be why you couldn't post to my page. But, thanks to your welcome friend request, that's fixed now. Come on over!  ツ 

I really am so glad to see you here, Ollie. The place, underpopulated though it is, is still the best social site for we "people of a certain age" that I've ever found. If we get more people returning (they've mostly gone to Facebook), or if we get more new folks--who knows--we may get busy again.

There are active groups scattered about--Wall of Gratitude, Bookoholics, Q&A, etc.-- and the forum also has activity everyday. I'll send an invitation to my three groups. Only two have any activity any more--my horse group and my haiku group--my Gay/Ally group has been silent, although I still post there. 

Be warned, if you're interested in writing haiku, my group's haiku is what I call "fractured" and "serial haiku" (a series of related haiku) because we don't generally follow the traditional rules of haiku, except the Western convention of 5/7/5. It's easier and fun and led many people to giving poetry a shot with great results. I'd love you to join and try your hand. 

Geez, I've babbled on. I'll shut-up now. ツ

At 7:44pm on August 10, 2018, Ollie Wright said…

well Angharad, I keep trying to add a comment to yours and it won't take.  And now your comment is gone.  Aaargh.  I need remedial training here.  lol




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