You made it!
That is, I'm guessing the only visitors I get today will be friends who have followed me over from my Linda Leszczuk blog. Thanks for finding me.
I've learned a lot about moving from one blog to another in the last couple days. Most of it the hard way. Did you know you can export all your posts from one blog and import them into another? Yup - they come right over. Unfortunately, your template, graphics, formatting, and anything in your sidebars or widgets will not make the trip.
You can bring along all the blogs you follow by uploading them to Google Reader and doing the export/import thing from there, which made me very happy because I didn't want to lose any of you.
But as you can tell from my almost empty Followers list (thank you, Maria!), I'm starting over at square one. Please add your smiling face so I won't feel too lonely.
This blog is definitely a work in progress so please offer your comments and suggestions. I won't mind a bit if you point out typos or glitches. And please say hi, just so I know you were here.
One other thing, when you see my smiling face attached to a comment on your blog, please remember that it's me. Leszczuk or Masterson, I'm still me.
And to prove it, here's your...
Groaner of the Day: A man walks into a doctor's office and asks the doctor to inspect his leg. The man says, "Here, put your ear to my knee."
The doctor puts his ear to the man's knee and hears very faintly, "Come on, can I have five bucks, just five bucks?"
The doctor steps back in surprise and the man says, "I know, but it gets worse. Put your ear to my shin."
The doctor puts his ear to the man's shin and hears very faintly, "Come on, can I have ten bucks, just ten bucks?"
Once again, the doctor stands up, very perplexed. The man then says, "If that surprises you, put your ear to my ankle."
The doctor puts his ear to the man's ankle and hears oh so faintly, "Come on, can I have twenty bucks, just twenty bucks?"
The doctor then stands up and says, "Well, I can I make just one conclusion. Your leg is broke in three places."