Com pli men tar y

Thank you.

For when you compliment my blog and these posts.

Compliments or feedback?  I’m interested to see how we use words in work and our home life.  You can compliment me in my personal life and give me constructive positive feedback please at work.  Hmm… maybe I should start recognising compliments better at work.

I wrote that ‘my heart sang’ when I read some complimentary words written to me by a friend.  You have to get that right though as if you compliment when it’s not needed it seems to lower the value of it when you really mean it.  Compliments should be given generously when meant and with love.

Thank you.  Your sentiments and wishes are gratefully received.

How often do you throw back someone’s compliments?  If I ever do it to you please point it out and help me give and receive compliments better.

Com pli men tar y

‘Like or containing a compliment; praising.’

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10 thoughts on “Com pli men tar y

    • Thank you Donna. Good to see you here again. I’m unable to comment on other blogs just now due to work priorities. I’ll make up for it later in the week. Looks like I forgot to put the title on complimentary. Hopefully I’ve just resolved it.

      • Lynne, I’m having a hard time squeezing out reading, commenting and still writing. LOL! Not enough hours in the day…I’m working on “I” tonight.

      • I managed to get D posted on in the nick of time. Not sure what state my E’s in. I keep tinkering with them all.. At least, if I don’t have an idea for a pic, I know I can use a written word as people seem to like them. I’m staying home for Easter and will read and complete the rest of the posts then I hope. Together with gardening and doing some of my arty stuff… How do any of you have time for families and partners?

    • Thanks Tracy. April will be a long month as I’m only on C. I wasn’t sure about what pics to use on those posts where the pic’s not obvious, then, after A, it just seemed to come together. There will be a mix for the rest of the month.

  1. “Compliments should be given generously when meant and with love.”
    I totally agree, and false compliments should, for the most part, be kept to one’s self.

    Interesting topic for “C”. I wish you the best in your A to Z challenge 🙂

    • Thanks Rhonda. Having just read one of the c posts’s on comma’s and when to use them with conjunctions I’m wondering if there should be one in the sentance you quote…. hmmm….

  2. I also love the sentiment,”Compliments should be given generously when meant and with love.” So very, very true!

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