How the Cookie Crumbles

An irreverant view of life after SIXTY-FIVE

Leanne Dyck’s Blog: Interview with Me!

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Because of our different blogging platforms, I was not able to re-blog this.

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Author: Let's CUT the Crap!

I'm getting a little LONG in the tooth and have things to say about---ouch---AGEing. I believe it's certainly a state of mind but sometimes it's nice to hear that you're NORMAL. I enjoy reading by the truckload. I'm a grandma but I don't feel OLD although I'm not so young anymore. My plan is to stick it out as long as I can on this lovely planet and only will leave it kicking and screaming!

55 thoughts on “Leanne Dyck’s Blog: Interview with Me!

  1. Way to go Tess! That’s great. I couldn’t figure out how to post a comment over there so I tweeted the post. 🙂 ❤

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  2. Am delighted to read your guest interview with Leanne Dyck (http://authorleannedyck.blogspot.ca)
    What a delight to hear more about my fellow Canadian!

    Cheers, J 🙂

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  3. I enjoyed reading your guest post on Blogger. Kevin

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  4. Teresa… I really like calling you Tess. 😳
    It was a lovely interview. I’m delighted to know more about you and what your day is like.
    A cold day here, I imagine colder still in Canada. Stay warm. Great-big-hug. 😀

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  5. A nice interview! It sounds as though you’ve had some success at writing! No surprise there, as your stories are wonderful!

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  6. I bet you had a lot of fun with the interview. How cool 🙂 ❤

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  7. Congrats and soooo well deserved! ❤

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  8. You already know I’m your big fan!

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  9. This is brilliant Tess I have grown cloer to you by reading this! xx

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  10. OMG typos … I have grown closer to you !!

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  11. Great interview Tess. Happy to learn more about you.

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  12. Well deserved! More people in this world need to know it’s time to cut the crap! 😉 FANTASTIC!!!

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  13. You will always be ‘Tess’ be me! ❤
    Seriously, Teresa, it was so nice to read about you and learn a small bit about your life 🙂
    I would be delighted to have a small faction of your amazing story telling talent!!

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  14. What a wonderful interview, Tess. No wonder I adore you. We have a lot in common (except for the grandkids, and Canada and having short stories published and…).

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    • 😀 😀 😀
      I responded on Leanne blog, but let me try again.
      Thanks so much, Jacqui. You’ve poked and prodded once in a while and I feel I’m better for it. I would adore to sit down with you and share a coffee or something not quite as warm. ❤

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  15. Nice interview Tess, I enjoyed it!

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  16. Wonderful interview Tess! I commented over there, hope it got through okay 🙂

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  17. Hi Tess, wonderful interview, as I commented there as well. FYI, I have often been told by other bloggers that they couldn’t reblog my posts for same reasons but you sure can. By having our own domain we don’t get the ‘reblog’ pluggin but all wordpress has a ‘press this’ add on in our dashboards. When I reblog somebody’s post, I hit ‘press this’ book marklet and it saves a draft to my drafts. Try googling it for better understanding, ‘Press This’. 🙂 Hope I was helpful.

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  18. Tess, I loved learning more about one of my favorite bloggers! Can you tell me if your book is available in electric print format? I pretty much read everything on my Kindle. I would love to read your book, e-format or not. ❤

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    • Sigh. It is not m.y. book. These are both anthologies I’ve had the pleasure of my stories being accepted with many others’ work. I will ask, however, because I’m sure that question will be asked again. Russ Towne, who compiled these anthologies likely won’t have time till end of year to give this a good think but I will ask as I’ve also wondered. I’m tickled with your interest. ❤ ❤ ❤

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  19. Lovely interview Tess. It is nice to learn more about you 🙂 ❤

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  20. Great to learn more about you Teresa! Blogging is a good place to meet people indeed!

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  21. Nice interview. I was surprised to find you’ve only been blogging for three years! Not much longer than me: and here I’ve always thought of you as an old hand at this game.

    Went back and read your “Hello World” – I’m not sure your fulfilling your quest of grumbling, though ❤

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