drive by blogging, sugar! ;~D xoxoxox
Savannah ~ you are the fastest draw in the west! XXXXXXX
I sometimes wonder if Savannah has an alarm system set up such that the moment a new blog post goes up, flashing lights and ringing bells go off to let her know, no matter where in the house she is, she must get to the computer fast to ensure her comments are the first to be placed.Or it might just be coincidental... but I prefer the lights and bells idea :)
Oh I guess you do what you'dlike to do quite a lot butnot quite as often asyou really want.
Head space....That's all I have...Better than havingHead lice?....
But, this IS a blog post. How very meta.
...you got further with your post than I did with mine..Sx
all the unsaid things said so much . . . *smiling*
wahahahahahahahahaaaaa !cheers, parsnip
Sounds like you and I are in the same boat.
Kim ~ I've thought something similar myself, but without bells.Nick ~ I certainly get to do what I want more often than, say, most Afghan women, or world leaders, it's true. Kass ~ if I was asked to choose just one thing to have it would be head space. Much better than head lice.UB ~ it is a blog post, but it's not really writing. No one's ever called me 'meta' before!Scarley ~ you seem to have managed a jolly good blog post today, XKat ~ you heard? Thank goodness!Parsnip ~ you rock.Polli ~ you too? Oh no!
I love it! And second the meta.
You're such a busy bee.
Is it one of those things that I was taught how to do and have now forgotten?
Titus ~ ooh, thanks!Jenny ~ if only I were, then I'd have a concrete excuse , but all I have is a head that is so full of rubbish I can't get it to do its job.Pat ~ not sure if they used to teach it, it seems to be the kind of thing one learns by bumping into things a lot.
You can do all you want in yer head.The rest is history. :)
I like this.It's strange like me. xoxo.http://glamkittenslitterbox.blogspot.com/
poken from the heart - I think we all get like that sometimes.
I await with bated breath.
Mago ~ that is so true!Bonnie ~ hello strange one! I must come and visit you when I have a moment for strangeness.Weaver ~ you're right, we all do, and I seem to be regaining myself a little now thank goodness.Carole ~ coming up, missus.
I hope you find the space too.And when you do find it, could you let me know where it was please? I need some too.
Such a pumpkin....!Gosh, do I agree with your little post.Re the aper shop in Florence........sort of a mega-bliss placeyou would love it!
Dear Eryl, I have a confession to make. I'm afraid I am responsible for the 'huh?' 'Reaction' to this post. It was all a mistake. I was attempting to click on the comments, but misfired my mouse by a few millmetres, and alas a 'huh?' was recorded. My apologies. Have a nice weekend. x
Make sure there's parking, too.
h aha ha..have to remember that for total procrastination times..
Worldy ~ I will, do you think it's all hiding out in the same place?Elizabeth ~ looking at your photographs I feel I could happily move into the paper shop in Florence.Jenny ~ huh?Red ~ wouldn't that be nice.D ~ I mentioned this feeling of head-space dearth to one of my mature students the other day, her face lit up in that "finally someone understands" way.
Eryl - can't think of a more direct way of contacting you - go look at my blog it's gone crazy - I'm blog of note. Do a new post girl so i can send em your way.Philip
Dear Eryl, I just want to ask whether you could re-think that post-thing? It can be called "nagging" too.
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