I see my name, in amongst the women's. it may be half hidden behind the dictionary, but you can't fool me that easily
this is indeed a great idea! Much better than sticky notes that wind up on the floor (then shredded by the dog). Happy New Year.
It actually looks a pleasant chocolate brown. I'm a bit fixated on choc at present having given myself the task of clearing the house - cherry liqueurs next. Hope it doesn't make that awful screeching, scraping sound.Happy Hogmanay and keep writing.
I forgive you. Pop over to my site and pick up your Rambling Beard award :)
Happy new Year, Eryl! May your chalkboard ne'er do that horrible squeaky thing with the chalk.Wishing you all peace and happiness and continued creativity for 2008. It was great e-meeting you this year.
Happy New Year - hope it's a good one for all of you :)
Kim ~ My best friend at school was called Kim. I should, perhaps, create a genderless names list! I still haven't got round to doing men: Kim, Stevie and Bob are the only ones I can think of!Debra ~ Sticky notes drive me nuts, can't stand the clutter. Happy new year to you too.Pat ~ I've just run my fingernails down it to check and not a single screech. Happy new year! I had a great Hoggars, singing karaoke at my mother-in-laws of all things!Kim ~ Ooh, coming right over!Sam ~ Thanks doll, it was a great pleasure to e-meet you too, hope you had a fabby hoggars and the dress didn't pop!Kim ~ Sick of thinking 'this year must be an improvement' I've decided to hope for more of the same this new year. For you though, I hope for much improvement in energy levels. Best to you and yours:)
Nice, very nice. The trouble with it is that you don't have an excuse for not writing. "I was going to write but a gust of wind blew my sticky note out the window and I just can't remember what I was thinking.""Can't write, the dog ate my sticky notes."Hmm. You might be onto something for us procrastinators.
Carole ~ You're right, what was I thinking!
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