Monday, May 11, 2009

~~ TTFN ~~

To answer everyone's question about my signature TTFN

In England it is common to say Ta Ta For Now as you bid them goodbye, usually said TTFN

In my language I one day decided to me it meant Thank Thy Father Now, how appropriate. I have used it for a ba-zillion years now.

So in essence I am doing you a double 'bid' with my signature sign off

There ya' go ~ TTFN ~ Marydon


  1. I LoVe how you sign off.. very appropriate, and to always say HIS name.. Blessings and love to you.. hugs ~tea~

  2. Both meaning are wonderful - thanks for explaining before I asked too!

  3. What a very sweet and special sign off. Love it!