Hello world!

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9 Responses to “Hello world!”

  1. Mr WordPress Says:

    Hi, this is a comment.
    To delete a comment, just log in, and view the posts’ comments, there you will have the option to edit or delete them.

  2. Kathy Says:

    Let me know if you need any technical support! Although I am in Florida now, so it may take more time for a response. (Unless it keeps raining!) Congrats on starting a nature blog, Deb. It will be a joy to read.

  3. Larry Miller Says:

    I have a wordpress blog and it looks just about like yours.

  4. debyemm Says:

    Well, just now finding these comments. Yes, I do hope to start blogging. Soon – maybe.

  5. OM Says:

    I’se here too, cheering you on!

  6. Alluvja Says:

    Leaving a heartprint on your blog Deb.
    Growing up in the Netehrlands, water has been a given. And a constant point of attention particularly because most of the western part is under sealevel and so Dutch engineers have become world wide appreciated masters in dealing with the water forces of nature. As you might know a lot of our country’s land was won from the sea.
    Eventhough I was still small, I do remember very well the emotions about the water floods in the south of our country 1953. Over 1800 people died, 30.000 animals drowned and 30.00 people were evacuated. More in this Wiki article:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/North_Sea_flood_of_1953

    Since then we have the Delta Werken to protect these parts of the country: http://www.deltawerken.com/Deltaworks/23.html
    In recent years we have floods as well but not in the lower regions of the country but in the higher south eastern parts of the country. This has been caused by riverfloods.
    Some foreigners sometimes ask us aren’t you scared living under sealevel? But it’s not even something I think about, I feel protected by the waterworks. People live in earthquake and tornado areas as well and I wonder the same about them.
    Nothing in life is certain, anything can happen anytime.

  7. Alluvja Says:

    PS, I dont think that earlier Wiki link worked, lets try again:
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/North_Sea_flood_of_1953

  8. debyemm Says:

    Happy to see you here Lucienne. As a child, I was always fascinated by stories of windmills, dikes and wooden shoes.

    I hope we visit you there someday . . .

  9. fouad abo rgela Says:

    Welcome cheering you on

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