com·men [kom-ent] Pronunciation KeyShow IPA Pronunciation –noun

1. a remark, observation, or criticism: a comment about the weather.
2. gossip; talk: His frequent absences gave rise to comment.
3. a criticism or interpretation, often by implication or suggestion: The play is a comment on modern society.
4. a note in explanation, expansion, or criticism of a passage in a book, article, or the like; annotation.
5. explanatory or critical matter added to a text.
6. Also called rheme. Linguistics. the part of a sentence that communicates new information about the topic. Compare topic (def. 4).

–verb (used without object)

7. to make remarks, observations, or criticisms: He refused to comment on the decision of the court.
8. to write explanatory or critical notes upon a text.

–verb (used with object)

The comment option is always located at the very bottom of the post.

Examples of possible comments you could use are

  1. Wow, Leah, great post!!
  2. You truly are amazing Leah
  3. I agree!
  4. You’re so far off your rocker lady, you need help.
  5. TMI!!
  6. Wow, I also have the same feelings about bacon. Can you believe it?
  7. Hi, I’ve never said hi before but now I’m saying hi…so hi!
  8. That was sooooooooo funny, you’re the funniest ever.
  9. wow
  10. Don’t worry about it, I pick my nose too.
  11. You’re an inspiration
  12. Here’s an idea for a blog for you_______________________
  13. I want to give you 500 bucks because you rock my world.
  14. You’re so wrong Leah, lichen is a symbiotic relationship between fungus and algae, you knew that!! Are you on drugs today??

Hopefully this little lesson has been beneficial. You see, when I write a completely hilarious and inventive post as I did yesterday and then I only get TWO comments it almost makes me think it sucked…but then I read it again and chuckle at myself and then know for sure it’s not me, it’s you. 🙂

In other News…Leah has done another entry on her slightly embarrassing task of telling people all the things she likes about herself. We’re live now with Leah:

This list that I’m working for is starting to get harder and harder to choose from. Today I think I’d like to talk about my cooking. More of a superficial gift but a gift it really is.

If you read my post titled Matriarch Mushroom Soup you will get a (not entirely) brief background on why I love cooking so much.

I’m fairly good at cooking, I really love inventing new things and I keep thinking that one day I might write a cookbook, not really to sell or anything, perhaps just for myself. With those book making things online you can do anything.

I really try to cook from scratch a lot. In my grocery cart you wont find anything packaged other than some Bretons and some canned tomatoes (what’s life without canned tomatoes?).

Lots of people appreciate my cooking and I’m really happy that I’ve been able to retain so much info from my Food Network fascination days.

Right now I’m fresh out of ideas so I got the Eat Shrink and Be Merry cook book which I’ll begin to cook from tomorrow. If you want one then you should click on the link…they’re two for one right now. I gave the copy I bought to Leanne for her birthday (I crossed the “shrink” out of the title though…no more shrinking for Leanne) and kept the free one for myself to use.

My brain is too hopped up on antibiotics and painkillers to think any further into myself.

********* A fresh batch of bags will be ready for the picking this evening over on Bags For Zaza hurry in while they last, they seriously sell almost right away!!******


  1. I love you Leah, I read your blog and I think you are funny and you teach me so much. You have lucky boys because you are a great mother 🙂

  2. I feel the SAME way! Um, hello? Anyone out there, I see you stop bye, but you leave no love in the comment section!?

    You’re so not off your rocker!

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