Of course, me in my hastiness, I read the anonymous comment, saw the link, and for whatever reason assumed this was some type of advertisement and not a legit site. I didn't link to the site but deleted the comment and wrote a response to whomever wrote it. Unfortunately for me, the comment-er was real - and not some person pushing a product or having an agenda - and expressed disappointment in my actions. I promised I'd post the link back up for others to go to and explore as she felt the content of this writer was worthy of reading.
Ma'am, again, I do apologize for my actions. I never meant to offend and do hope that you understand. Furthermore, I hope that readers might find this resource of value and take the time to read a few posts to see for themselves.
PS. To those of you that post as Anonymous, it really is helpful if you sign off with some type of screen-name. For example RR is one such anonymous poster. Yet every time he posts he signs off with 'RR'. I've gotten to know RR and respect what he says. It is nice for me and I'm sure others to know that it is RR that is posting the comment he has. I have no idea if RR stands for Rick Royston or Ray Rochester or even if his name might be Pete Fountain in real life. All I know is that when I see RR, I smile, knowing it's my dear friend RR taking the time once more to add to the blog discussion.