Monday, December 08, 2008

Okay, it's official, I'm off my nut...

...I just spent the day reading Suzanne's blog and adding comments where I felt I might have something helpful to add. I think however she's going to hate me, since in 34 posts I just basically wrote a small novel. But she's funy, and having found her over on Veronique's blog, I thought I'd get to know her some so I'd be caught up.

Now, I think I'm going to go pass out and hope Suzanne doesn't hate me in the morning... I'm gonna hope I don't hate me in the morning. I gave myself a headache smacking myself in the face with my pony tail, and now I'm kinda sorry I did. At the time it was fun though...

I've got other things to catch up on come the morrow, like comments folks made here. Plus I need to send Alan and email. Long overdue on my part. Sorry Alan. I'll explain later.

5 comments:

alan said...

You have no reason to apologize to me...hopefully I don't owe you one for sticking one or both of my 10.5's in my mouth!

I'm hoping that I was awake enough when I dumped my junk mailbox a bit ago that I didn't miss something...

I knew I should have made a cup of coffee first!

alan

Samantha said...

No worries Mate, I'm only just getting to my computer now, and it's 16:39 Eastern. No feet in mouth, and you didn't miss the email I'm going to be sending.

So how's that? Good yes?

alan said...

So very much better than the other way around! On all counts!

:o)

alan

Suzanne Clayton said...

I think you did handily take the record for comments on my blog, but no I don't hate you. I have to admit that I haven't gone through all of your comments yet, but I'm working on them.

I kind of like it when people comment on some of my older posts, since it reminds me what a different place I was in only months ago.

I'm glad you liked it enough to read it all the way through. Even *I* don't read everything I write.

Cheers, Suzanne.

Samantha said...

Oddly enough Suzanne, I read everything I write, at least once, in an effort to catch typos... Last thing I want is to seem like a complete idiot when I write. Plus, my brain usually is going way faster than I can type, and that is usually faster then the input buffer on the machine.

Really the big reason I read it all was because I like the way you write, and seeing how your perspective has changed, and how you've grown.

No law says you have to read all my comments in a single sitting, so don't even worry about it.