Wednesday, 21 November 2007

Why won't Plaid AMs/MPs be my friend?

I started writing this post a few days ago and wanted to post when it was time for a lighthearted moment.

Some of you will probably notice that I have joined Facebook, particularly as I've a link to my profile on my blog (top right). Most of you have been generous and have welcomed becoming my friend, however, I just can't seem to convince a Plaid AM/MP to join my family of new friends.

To date, members from all parties have joined me as 'Facebook friends'. Since originally typing this, to my delight Bethan Jenkins AM confirmed friendship on Tuesday, however, she's the only one.

There was talk in the comments section of an earlier post today that my account had been suspended, but I'm sure that it was just a technical hiccup and not down to a complaint as suggested. This lady is offering the hand of friendship to all, and as we know, there's nothing wrong with that. Anyway, to my further delight the account is now active again.

It's been said on Facebook that I'm taking you all out for a drink when I reach 200 friends - gulp - my purse isn't big enough for all that loose change!

Remember that the hand of friendship has no colour or party affiliation.

3 comments:

Paul 21 November 2007 at 13:45  

If I had a Facebbok profile, I;d be your friend, Miss W. Might even set one up, though am not sure my kids would approve!

Miss Wagstaff 21 November 2007 at 13:51  

I doubt if most children approve of their parents doing such things - I'm lucky that mine is too young to understand. Saying that, my sister-in-law wasn't too impressed that her husband had one.

Anonymous 22 November 2007 at 19:28  

I've just joined you on Facebook and look forward to the drink - slurp, slurp!

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