Whoever thinks blogging isn’t time consuming and work, though oh so rewarding, doesn’t have one, or doesn’t update frequently, or comment on other people’s blogs. That’s part of the wonder of blogging.
But most people get a paid vacation for at least one week a year from paid work. And this doesn’t pay in the money sense at all; but it’s usually much fun.
If I have been negligent in answering your comments please forgive me, please.
If I haven’t been to your blog lately, my life’s been one giant version of “As Pia turns and tries to live she falls on her tush though very elegantly and with no side affects though possible brain damage but nobody knows when that happened.”
I will take Courting with me on vacation and Savannah Fall Two, the laptop, and will try to post. One year the car service driver ran away while I was trying to take my back pack out. Fortunately after an hour of phone calls, and some calls from JFK Security who had witnessed this, the driver came back. The next time I forgot my extension cord.
My life is filled with endless drama all made by me, to put me into panic attack mode. Ain’t going to happen anymore. Am going to let myself chill, chill and chill some more.
Have a great blogroll; please read some of the people. Totally believe in the power of linkage; it exposed me to so many wonderful people.
Used to be a New Yorker who would forget which “I” state was what. Actually used to drive my friend, the late Phil crazy because I could remember every detail of his life story but one. Could never remember whether he came from Idaho or Iowa. Iowa, i know now. Memorized it after he died. A dollar short and a day late, but still…
This is a wonderful country and I never knew how great the people were before. Have always loved England and Europe. Really was a total East Coast/So Cal snob. Truly stupid thinking
The only way America will regain its greatness is if we all start talking to each other as people not oddities. It’s more important than ever
Blogging allows us to do that and to impact on one another. So talk to somebody you never thought you would talk to before. It’s fun and more than that so worthy because it helps us learn that we all do bleed red, unless you’re a true alien, I guess.
We all have the same fears, hopes, dreams, and in my case many phobias. Blogging has allowed me to express them and see that other people have the same fears, hopes, dreams and in some cases phobias, though I think I might be in the minority on doorman phobias. But hey, you never know!