|Margaret Kumma (#47740907)|
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|Rhonda C. Poynter||RE: Thank you|
Yes, I was surprised about it too...I still don't get it. I tend to leave my messages up that I think might help other people on here, and if you wade thru them, you'll find somebody asking me here and there about it, and that's how I realized that I wasn't the only one...I still say that the only hard rule that I completely understand is to take into consideration somebody's religion - for instance, I would never leave Christian tokens on the page of a Jewish person...but other than that, I am just speechless at what people find to complain about. Anyhow, have a good week and stay in touch - Hugs, RCP and Gannon Blue
|Rhonda C. Poynter||Highlighting Names =)|
Highlighting is just mentioning your pages by name and memorial number on my own page, and then some of my regulars who stop for name suggestions know that it's been okayed for strangers to visit those pages...it's hard to believe, but you wouldn't believe how many pages on the site I have innocently visited, leaving a flower out of respect, and I got a follow up message not to visit 'people you don't know'. Hm! I was really hurt until I found out that it happens to everybody, and that's how the highlighting thing took off - personally, if you want to visit my pages and take that time out of your life to read about my parents and brother, as well as many other immediate family members, military heroes who deserve every token that they get and more, and little children whose pages might be being overlooked, I will virtually send you hot cocoa and Thank Yous for the rest of your life. =) But I do know some folks are private, and so as you see, I ask now before I do it...it's not like your pages will get hundreds of tokens just because I mentioned them, but as I think I said before, if it sends even a visitor or two your way who would not have known about your pages, then I did what I hoped to do. =) Since you okayed me, I will list at least one of your pages now, and let's see where it goes; let me know how you are and hope we talk again. Hugs, RCP and Gannon Blue
|Rhonda C. Poynter||Hi! =)|
I know that we don't know one another, but a friend of mine here on the site found your pages, and he thought perhaps your memorials would be good ones to highlight over on my page, to bring a few visitors their way...would you mind? I began with highlighting a name here and there because it bothered me some of my own pages (my parents, brother, etc.) have been blessed with hundreds and hundreds of tokens, but some folks seem to get overlooked. It has been a very positive activity and brought real camaraderie among members, and I'm sure if people knew about your pages, you'd soon have tokens and blessings to spare. =) We also sponsor pages - another side activity that really took off, so don't let my list of highlighted people scare you away, I always say if somebody visits one of those pages, I'm more than happy -, and so let me know whether you would like your pages sponsored, and I promise I'll ask my friends. Anyhow, it looks like you and I came on the site around the same time; it has turned out to be a Godsend for me, as I lost my mom very suddenly last August, and seeing her page, tokens and prayers receive so much attention and love has truly helped me deal with her loss. Hope to hear from you, have a good weekend - Best, Rhonda and Gannon Blue
|Jeff Davis||William Clarke Gwinn|
Good afternoon Margaret,
Thank you for sharing the photograph of the veteran's marker for William Clarke Gwinn, it is greatly appreciated. Have a great winter season and take care.
Thanks for adding the photo. Rosalie
|Curtis Wolbert||Tressa Courtney|
Margaret, thanks so much for taking the picture of Tressa Courtney's gravestone for me. I appreciate that very much.
I see you have taken many photos at the Ephrata cemetery and Saint Rose of Lima. Thank you! Are you interested in helping us finish photographing the whole cemetery? We just have one small section left. We all live a ways away in Chelan, Spokane and Coeur d'Alene. We have worked on many cemeteries to get them totally photographed until of course, a new stone is set. Let me know. Thanks Rosalie
|Kerry Moser||Wilbur E Bass|
Thanks much for the great pics Margaret !! appreciate it...
|Brenda||RE: Thank you so much|
You are welcome- Have a good weekend!
Added by Brenda on Nov 02, 2012 3:26 PM
I have been working on the Western State Cemetery for awhile now, and I came across Adams memorial tonight in my work. The photo and location for him are wrong on the web site. I have posted the correct information on the memorial, and am working at having his location changed through the administrators at Find A Grave.
If you have any questions, feel free to contact me
Added by JD on Oct 04, 2012 12:04 AM
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