Okay, I'm back. I'm so happy that me and my computer have been reunited. It's so true what they say: Absence does make the heart grow fonder. :) While we were apart I outlined the first ten chapters of my newest book and we (my computer and I) are now hard at work. I thought I'd just let you know a few posts I had in the works for this month.
*My computer woes.
*Why Mary Poppins ruined a whole generation of children (very controversial post so watch out). :)
*Another edition of "That's Gross"
*So you think you can dance? (I know I can't, but I'm addicted to the television series)
*Possibly some really, really, really good news. Mua ha ha.
Now I will go crazy by leaving comments at all of your sites. Wahoo, I love having my computer back.
Hey Kasie...I want to be invited to Hannah's blog. Will you ask her to invite me please:)ReplyDelete
Congratulations on your 'really, really good news.'ReplyDelete
Yeah, controversy!! I can't wait for the Mary Poppins post!ReplyDelete
Glad you are writing and blogging and all that jazzing again! :)ReplyDelete
Jenny, message conveyed. Call me when you get a chance.ReplyDelete
Paul, it was three 'really's, come on, don't short change my news by only quoting two of my unnecessary modifiers.
Candi, I know, it is going to be exciting. You should really be on the edge of your seat in anticipation.
Kathryn, thanks. Loved the short story on your blog, btw.
I love Mary Poppins, and I think Dick Van Dyke is sexy...the young Dick Van Dyke. I will be on their side.ReplyDelete
Coincidence??? I am finishing the book "Mary Poppins" as I read this. In between page downloads, my computer is slow tonight. One of those few books where the movie is waaaay better. So I look forward to your controversial post.ReplyDelete
I'm so torn. I want to hear your really, relly, really good news first, but as for second, the Mary Poppins controversy and another edition of "That's Gross" (which I know stars your son)are clammoring for my attention.ReplyDelete
You better be kind to Mary Poppins. She practically raised me. And I plan to beat your door down for the really good news, so spill, girlfriend!!ReplyDelete
I panicked when my computer died last week. Up and running with a new one so I understand the anxiety when it is down. You sound like you were a much more productive than me without it, however.ReplyDelete
I LOVE So You Think You Can Dance!:) I found your blog through Mormon Mommy Writers...:) It's nice to meet you!:)ReplyDelete
Good that you are back:)And writing so much!! Yay!ReplyDelete
Nice post, looking forward to reading all those posts you talked about, specially interested in the Mary Poppins one.ReplyDelete
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Yea! I'm so glad you have your computer back. I can't wait for the controversy and the good news. I'll stay tuned.ReplyDelete
Jessie, that's nice, they will need some defenders. LOLReplyDelete
Heather, awesome. I've actually never read the book so this will be strict movie commentary.
Tricia, yes, I know, it's hard to decide what piece of brilliance you want to hear first, I know. :)
Debra, hmmm, you may have just proved my point about Mary Poppins without actually having to do the post about it at all. Everyone visit Debra's site if you want to see what Mary Poppins has done to the children. LOL Just kidding. And I hope to be able to give you that good news this coming week.
Midlife, I know, aren't computer problems the worst form of panic attacks ever. I'm just so glad mine was nothing too serious.ReplyDelete
Chantele, hey, thanks for dropping by. I'll have to check out your site. And, yes, I love that show.
Terri, :) I missed all of you.
Makita, I look forward to writing them. :) I'll drop by your blog and say hi.
Lois, yes, please do. :)
Looking forward to the Mary Poppins post and we can trade bets on who will win So you think you can dance.ReplyDelete
Sounds exciting! I am looking forward to some good readingReplyDelete