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If I missed it...I'm sorry!

Sunday, February 10, 2013

I always "friend" someone that thinks of me as a Sparkfriend. I recently had an e-mail telling me that I was thought of highly enough to be added by another Sparkperson. However, this time I think I missed the opportunity to do the same for them. So if you put me on your Sparkfriend list and I have not done the same, please accept my apologies and send me an e-mail so that I can return the favor!

Thanks to all of you that have thought of me as a friend and I'm so happy to include you in my Sparkfriend group!

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  • DJ9ERS
    Same here... I never pass up a new friend. The key to this site being GREAT instead of good.
    1741 days ago
  • MIRAGE727
    This happens to me all the time. Ask DSSECRETS! I'm the original ADD poster boy!
    I'll see an email telling me someone has added me as a SparkFriend and....oh, look at the beautiful White Heron in my backyard!

    1741 days ago

    Comment edited on: 2/13/2013 9:17:22 AM
    There is a way to check! If you go to the community tab and select friend feed, in the first paragraph it says "Click here to see or edit your list of mutual friends" When you click it gives you three lists:
    1) those who have added you but you have not added.
    2) those who have added you and you have added them.
    3) those who have not added you and you have added them.

    I found the link once by accident, but had a harder time finding it when I was looking for it (kind of like my daily search for the car keys!). I was surprised when I looked at my list. My category 3 was much longer than my category 1.
    1741 days ago
    I'm the same way and it drives me crazy when I know I've missed someone!
    1741 days ago
    and a great sparks friend you are!
    Have a terrific week!
    1741 days ago
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