Diminishing appreciation

So many times I get the opposite response of what I’m looking for.

So many times I get the opposite response of what I’m looking for.

If you ever come in contact with this?

When did it become proper to answer “no problem” to the statement thank you?

If it sounds like I’m becoming more and more like my father in my old age, I am. Or am I just realizing I am more like my father?
How about
If it sounds like I’m becoming more and more like my father in my old age, I am. Or am I just realizing I am more like my father?

How about you? When you say thank you to someone is “no problem” the appropriate or solicited response? 

Or would you rather hear “you’re welcome?”

Personally I only say “thank you” when someone has gone above and beyond to do me some form of favor or they have gone the extra mile.

So… “No problem” means “I didn’t do anything special. It’s no big deal.”

I think that diminishes my appreciation of someone’s efforts. 

You?

I really want to know the answer. 

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Delighted

What an amazing time I am having here on Tyler Perry’s The Haves and the Have Nots. Amazing people and the most organized production I have ever had the pleasure to be a part of four seasons in a row!

Becoming “Jim” one bruise at a time!

Lesson to be learned:

Keep in the game and pay attention. You just might learn something!

Am am. Here. Every day. 

Enjoy the new season when it comes but be prepared to have to hang on to your chair!

Onward! 

 Schneider 

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