I just left the chat room. I got to meet people from around the world! The data from my website show people reach it from all over the USA, plus the UK, Africa, Spain–literally all over the world! I really am impressed with myself! LOL. And I happy to have met some of my followers in chat today. Thank you for visiting!
I am trying to decide on a regular chat time. Please tell me if you are interested in being at a chat but a certain time frame would work best for you–I will take it under consideration in my planning! I would like to use chat time for Q&A, to get to know you, and your needs, comments and feedback, anything about homelessness or poverty.
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Attention: I am in the chat room for a little while so please stop by and say hi!
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Sorry, but the chat room is down temporarily. I’ll get it back up and running again soon. Check back–you may find me in there!
The weather is a little wet, but hey, this is Chicagoland. The temperature is at least warmer. And everything else about today is just great! I can’t complain! I plan to meet with a guy from Cross and Crown Church on the 21st to talk about several things. The National Coalition for the Homeless has agreed to network with my site–so that’s more good news! I plan to do some advertising soon and pass out flyers for my site. For now I am counting on YOU for word of mouth and links in your emails to your friends! Please pass on word of Pads Chicago and tell everyone that they are more than welcome to voice their opinions on homelessness issues in the forums! Thanks! Have the bestest of days, people!
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