A Word in Appreciation

About his time of year three years ago (can it be so long? yes, I looked it up), this wonderful site Green Room came to be and became my new iHome - a place where I can share my thoughts and complaints and discoveries and favorite quotes and silly poems, and read all of those from others in the truly international Green Room community. I've been in many green rooms in my time and for me they have been nervous places, but this one I find both comfortable and comforting. I want to thank our host Rosy and her  intrepid support staff for their dedication and commitment over these years, and hopefully in the years to come.

 

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Katherine Gregor on Wednesday, 26 July 2017 13:25

Yes, well said, Stephen. May I join you in thanking Rosy for providing this invaluable space for us bloggers – especially the Red Room orphans – and for all her kind support.

Yes, well said, Stephen. May I join you in thanking Rosy for providing this invaluable space for us bloggers – especially the Red Room orphans – and for all her kind support.
Ken Hartke on Wednesday, 26 July 2017 16:41

Yes, indeed. Rosy guided our little Red Room lifeboat into a very safe and welcoming harbor. A good place to set down roots and grow. Many thanks to Rosy and all who dwell here.

Yes, indeed. Rosy guided our little Red Room lifeboat into a very safe and welcoming harbor. A good place to set down roots and grow. Many thanks to Rosy and all who dwell here.
Sue Martin Glasco on Wednesday, 26 July 2017 21:04

Thank you to Rosy and her son. Friends have a place to gather and keep in touch! Wonderful gift, Rosy!

Thank you to Rosy and her son. Friends have a place to gather and keep in touch! Wonderful gift, Rosy!
Rosy Cole on Wednesday, 26 July 2017 23:08

Bless you, Steve, that's truly touching. You are very welcome! I love the fondant pink peony, one of my all-time favourite flowers since being six or seven, which is several incarnations ago!

And thank you to all who have commented. It's good to have you on board sharing your experiences and your different 'takes' on situations. There's a lovely medley of voices in this room and I hope we'll continue to thrive for many years to come. Green Room is about its membership, their interests, and a special interaction and support of one another, as well as a channel for sharing our blogs further afield. I'd like to think it's a place of refuge from an increasingly hostile world.

Chris joins me in warm appreciation of these tributes and is glad that the project has proved so worthwhile.

God bless the Green Room and all who sail in our lifeboat! :-)

https://www.pilgrimrose.com/index.php/33-thoughts-on-the-wing/817-cheers

Bless you, Steve, that's truly touching. You are very welcome! I love the fondant pink peony, one of my all-time favourite flowers since being six or seven, which is several incarnations ago! And thank you to all who have commented. It's good to have you on board sharing your experiences and your different 'takes' on situations. There's a lovely medley of voices in this room and I hope we'll continue to thrive for many years to come. Green Room is about its membership, their interests, and a special interaction and support of one another, as well as a channel for sharing our blogs further afield. I'd like to think it's a place of refuge from an increasingly hostile world. Chris joins me in warm appreciation of these tributes and is glad that the project has proved so worthwhile. God bless the Green Room and all who sail in our lifeboat! :-) https://www.pilgrimrose.com/index.php/33-thoughts-on-the-wing/817-cheers
Virginia M Macasaet on Tuesday, 01 August 2017 12:23

Wonderful! This makes me feel very emotional and grateful. I am not a disciplined writer as you all are and I thank you Rosy and each and everyone of you for keeping me safe. Green Room has not forgotten me despite my erratic mood coming in and out. If truth be told, I have a busy work life schedule that has taken over my creative energy. Not a complaint, just sharing.... regardless, each and every time I come running back into Green Room, everyone is there to welcome me back without question. Thank you Rosy for opening your home to me endlessly and faithfully! Bless Green Room and all of us who live in this wonderful home!

Wonderful! This makes me feel very emotional and grateful. I am not a disciplined writer as you all are and I thank you Rosy and each and everyone of you for keeping me safe. Green Room has not forgotten me despite my erratic mood coming in and out. If truth be told, I have a busy work life schedule that has taken over my creative energy. Not a complaint, just sharing.... regardless, each and every time I come running back into Green Room, everyone is there to welcome me back without question. Thank you Rosy for opening your home to me endlessly and faithfully! Bless Green Room and all of us who live in this wonderful home!
Rosy Cole on Friday, 04 August 2017 17:16

Thanks kindly, Rina. (It feels strange calling you 'Virginia'!) You are very welcome! :-)

Thanks kindly, Rina. (It feels strange calling you 'Virginia'!) You are very welcome! :-)
Monika Schott on Wednesday, 02 August 2017 01:57

That's beautiful, Stephen, sentiments that reflect my own thoughts. It's a place to play and be opinionated, to cry and love.

Thank you, Rosy. x

That's beautiful, Stephen, sentiments that reflect my own thoughts. It's a place to play and be opinionated, to cry and love. Thank you, Rosy. x
Nicholas Mackey on Thursday, 17 August 2017 01:37

Thank you, Stephen for saying this - couldn't agree more and it's great to find a home that we all can share the enjoyment of each other's writing.
Many thanks, Rosy for doing this - you opened a magical door for us.

Thank you, Stephen for saying this - couldn't agree more and it's great to find a home that we all can share the enjoyment of each other's writing. Many thanks, Rosy for doing this - you opened a magical door for us.
Rosy Cole on Friday, 18 August 2017 16:52

Lovely to see you again, Nicholas. Hope you'll continue to share with us as often as you have time...! :-)

Lovely to see you again, Nicholas. Hope you'll continue to share with us as often as you have time...! :-)
Rosy Cole on Friday, 18 August 2017 16:53

Thank you all for the gr8 posts!!!

Thank you all for the gr8 posts!!!
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