Wednesday, 5 November 2014

#findjasper

I never got the point of Facebook and it wasn't until my cousin nagged and nagged at me this summer that I signed up.  And I still couldn't see the point.

But now I can.



 If it were Daisy missing I would be out of my mind with worry and want nearly 4,000 people spreading the word.  So perhaps social media's not all bad.  I've volunteered to drive down to help the search tomorrow if he's not found tonight. 

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  1. Just did a quick catchup of past 2 posts and this one. The garden still looks good and when it's been quite dry, I find that first lot of rain makes the lawns grow so quickly and then they need mowing, which is hard to do when wet. Oh dear!
    Love the mahonia and they do have a nice perfume, I think. I don't do facebook, but I can see that it can be useful, especially in those circumstances. Hope the young man finds his dog. Did you get my email? Take care.

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  2. Hi Susan, perhaps it's too early but there is no scent on the mahonia (yet ...)

    I'm very sorry, I did get your email; I just haven't managed to get my act together to reply :{ Please forgive me.

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    1. I forgive, as I've been just had tad off lately with not getting my act together. We're a great pair aren't we.

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  3. I jut hope Jasper is found safe and well - what a nightmare,

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    1. Hi Sue, as of 20 minutes ago an Admin member of the FB page reported that Jasper and Adam are reunited, more details later. Thank goodness - conditions are unpleasant here today and will be a hundred times worse in the area where the dog went missing. Big lump in throat and extra cuddles for Daisy.

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  4. I've never signed up to Facebook either, but it's a brilliant resource in times like these. I was going to say that I hope he turns up safe and well but I've just read your reply to Sue so I hope he has been reunited with Adam, a great outcome.

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    1. Morning Jo, happy ending - he's definitely safe. See my latest post (Surf's Up)

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  5. yay, glad to hear they've been re-united, definitely the brighter side of FB. I have a love/hate thing with using FB, have managed to mellow the time wasting hate side of it by being ruthless about who's babble appears in my feed. It is good for feeling connected to friends and family we rarely get to see (a picture speaks a thousand words afterall). I'd be happy to see you pop up in my feed so if you feel you want to grow your friend list I'm easy to find ;o) (no other namesakes!) cheerio for now, N x

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    1. Thanks Nic, in more ways than you can imagine! After reading your comment I did a search and found I can elect to not receive the "endless babble" from someone I don't want to unfriend, (see how little I knew about how FB works!) Oh, Frabjous Day :}

      Shall now go and look for you, a good way to keep in touch seeing as I am rubbish at blogs and email these days :}

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  6. Facebook is brilliant for things like this and so much good has been done and missing people and animals found. I am a member of the 'Please Find Frank' page, and since Frank the Pug was successfully found through this page we have re-united many, many missing and stolen pets with their owners.

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    1. Hi Sue, I am learning that FB and social media is not all bad :}

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