I’m not the kind of gal that wallows in Debby Downer sweatpants with unwashed hair, while searching on cable for the secret pleasure of a Golden Girls rerun… … only rolling her ass off the couch long enough to add more ice to her drink and hi-5 the cat, while moving past his empty bowl, […]

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  • William Kendall - Obviously the Girl Scouts have branched away from cookies!ReplyCancel

    • Cheryl - Not your mother’s scouts anymore.ReplyCancel

  • Linda Roy - Yup. I’ve still got the Girl Scout in me too. I don’t have a thin mint skin, I’m Do-Se-Do-ing my way through life with a Savannah Smile on my face, having a Toffee-tastic time. No more samoas-samoas, making lemonades outta lemons. Wanna Taga-along? 😉ReplyCancel

    • Cheryl - Now, how do I reply to that? Ding-A-Ling.ReplyCancel

  • Connie McLeod - I was my daughter’s GS leader. In middle school I took them to NYC and taught them how to buy designer rip-off purses and how to hail a cab. Important stuff.ReplyCancel

    • Cheryl - All very important stuff. I knew I liked you.ReplyCancel

  • K. Lee Banks - That’s quite the entertaining list! Thanks for sharing your sense of humor.ReplyCancel

    • Cheryl - I wonder if the GS have a badge for smartass?ReplyCancel

  • Joan Harrington - Hi Cheryl.

    Really enjoyed your post today thank you! I suppose there is a girl scout in all of us 😉ReplyCancel

    • Cheryl - Truth: I just liked the uniforms.ReplyCancel

  • Cathy Chester - Which Girl Scout are you?Seems to me you are their jeweled crown: thin mints. Yup. Delish, unbeatable and to-die-for. Are they funny like you too?ReplyCancel

  • Abby - Sorry for being slow (I’m low on hormones again so my brain doesn’t work as fast) but I didn’t get the Montreal part?ReplyCancel

    • Cheryl - Nothing to ‘get’- just that she’s from France, was in school in Montreal, decided to see NOLA, stayed with our foster son ( on advise of a mutual friend), and then they took off together. True love don’t ya think?ReplyCancel

  • Carolann - Good post! When my daughter was little I was a troop leader too and it was a blast. Times I will never forget for sure.ReplyCancel

  • Mari Collier - I was never a Girl Scout. I was in the 4 H Club though. That is why I had to make that apron for a County Fair. Considering all Mama had has a Singer Treadle, third prize wasn’t bad against all the farm women that sewed and sewed. So no cookie sales for me.ReplyCancel

  • Lois Alter Mark - I know it’s shocking but I was a leader for my daughter’s Girl Scout troop. We did things totally our own way so I guess it shouldn’t have come as a surprise when I asked the girls to repeat the Girl Scout motto and they said, “Don’t whine.” Sigh …ReplyCancel

  When I was younger I l-o-n-g-e-d to live in Manhattan. How can I get there? Who do I have to kill? Where will I live? Can I have a penthouse, please?   Well, I got there, for a while, and I didn’t like it: too big, too impersonal, too expensive, blahblahblah, and I returned […]

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  • Enchanted Seashells, Confessions of a Tugboat Captain's Wife - I can honestly say I’ve never wanted to live in NY ever since my mom told me there are lots or rats running everywhere. Except for a Chanel sample sale, then I’d visit, but leave immediately. Open space, no buildings, lots of sky, that’s what this SoCal girl needs!ReplyCancel

    • Cheryl - I agree Princess. It all seems so exciting until you come to value a ‘quality’ of life, and then NYC seems not such a bargain.ReplyCancel

  • Tam Warner Minton - I live in a large city, and I do love big cities, especially in Europe. NYC is fun to visit, but I wouldn’t want to live there,ReplyCancel

    • Cheryl - I LOVE cities- big, small. The intensity, the vibrancy.. its’ the suburbs that drive me crazy! HahaaaaReplyCancel

  • Tam Warner Minton - I can relate…I dreamed of New York while growing up in Dayton, Ohio….not fond of the city after I visited.ReplyCancel

  • Lisa at Grandma's Briefs - I’m STILL dreaming of visiting NYC and all the places surrounding it. Actually, any place out east… or west… or overseas. Eventually. I hope.ReplyCancel

    • Cheryl - Well, if you’re ever in New Orleans you know who to look-up!ReplyCancel

  • Rena McDaniel - Me too! I grew up in Kentucky and always dreamed of NY. I went there, but within a couple of days I was ready to head back home. To busy, to many people and the buildings sent my claustrophobia into overdrive. I love going for short visits, but I wouldn’t want to live there (I wouldn’t want to live in KY either, SC will do for now!)ReplyCancel

  • Mary La Fornara Gutierrez - I love to visit, but I also love to go back home to Southern California. I’ll have to check out that restaurant next time I’m there!ReplyCancel

  • Carol Cassara - My mother was born in B’lyn and we visited each summer, in the heat of the summer, walking 5 flights up to my great aunt’s hot, sticky apt with an El train running outside the window. Oh yeah. Brooklyn. It brings back memories!ReplyCancel

  • Mari Collier - You have way toooo much fun! My one brother tried New York City and hated it. He fled to San Francisco. Any place but Iowa. I really don’t care for huge metropolitan areas; except for Phoenix. I will admit the restaurants are far better. It doesn’t matter what large city.ReplyCancel

  • Estelle Sobel Erasmus - I love visiting NYC-of course I live very close to it. I think one’s experience of the city is very different depending who you share it with.ReplyCancel

  • Linda Roy - I lived in Manhattan in my early 20s and there’s no place I’d rather have come of age in. However, I did return to Ohio, just like you, tired of the rat race. I had plans to return to the city, all refreshed, with more money and ready for action. Instead, I formed a rock band and ended up touring the country. Got a little side tracked. Now I am content to live an hour away, going in from time to time to visit friends, sometimes day tripping it and sometimes staying over. I love the place. It’s my happy place. And I’m so stoked we get to hang out there together in a few short weeks!!! Yahoo, that’s going to be fun!

    Brooklyn is amazing. I love it. The winery, the brewery, the whiskey distillery…oh yeah, and the cafes, the shopping, the Brooklyn Flea…all of it. It’s really become a happening place.ReplyCancel

    • Cheryl - I got ‘side-tracked too. Stayed in Ohio for the next 20 years (no regrets) but jumped at the chance to move to NOLA. Now I just visit the Big Apple and stay in hotels- with people like you!!! Can’t wait!!!ReplyCancel

  • Lynn Hogue Paige - I love Brooklyn too – great to visit – xxooReplyCancel

    When I was a little girl I didn’t know what was happening two blocks over, let alone on the other side of the world…   then I grew up and suddenly I was responsible for tempering the weight of my angst against every global problem with a bottomless solution.     One night […]

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  • Cary Vaughn - And I just want donuts but can’t because I’m on a “fitness challenge” diet of clean eating and exercise. The crises is real.ReplyCancel

    • Cheryl - It truly is… on. And I have a beignet joint down the street. And it’s calling me!!! Holy Shit.ReplyCancel

  • Roshni - Agreed! I’ve been guilty of mentioning all the hungry street kids in India when my kids don’t finish their plate of food and then wondering how the hell that could be relevant to them!
    It’s true that problems in the first world are real but when someone whines about not being able to buy the latest iPhone because she just blew up her bonus on a Fendi purchase, I do cringe!!
    As you say….perspective!!ReplyCancel

    • Cheryl - People can be their worst enemies, but you know what I’m taking about here *wink* Last weekend I heard a 26yo complain about not being able to go on a trip to Mexico this year, b/c she is in Grad School, and her parents are paying for that. I shake my head too sometimes.ReplyCancel

  • MJM - Awesome piece as always my friend, you gave us a hearty laugh at times, and lots of food for thought at other times.ReplyCancel

    • Cheryl - Thanks MJ. Food- Laughter- Food- Laughter. All good stuff! Ha!ReplyCancel

  • Michelle Matthews - Thank you for making me laugh and reminding me of my mother simultaneously.ReplyCancel

    • Cheryl - My pleasure! On both counts. Splendid!ReplyCancel

  • Ruth Curran - It is all about perspective isn’t it? We all make choices based on what has our attention at that moment. Your attention just happens to land on choices that are simply much funnier things than mine :)! Thanks for cracking me up yet again!ReplyCancel

    • Cheryl - If I don’t find the irony in things I won’t get out of bed. I WILL eat in bed- just not get out of it. And then that leads to other problems…. do ya see the slippery slope in it all? Of course, you do.ReplyCancel

  • Lisa at Grandma's Briefs - What matters to each of us really does matter — even if it matters to no one else. BUT, my matters are so freakin’ trivial most of the time, I need to make them not matter so much. Great food for thought here, Cheryl!ReplyCancel

    • Cheryl - – even if it matters to no one else (sooooo true and well parsed. I wish I had said that) and as for ‘trivial’ we all need to put our ‘issues’ in perspective. Almost separate issues- no?ReplyCancel

  • Carol Cassara - You really are hilarious. Don’t let me miss you when we next visit NO!ReplyCancel

  • Joan Harrington - Wow great post and enjoyed so much! Thank you for sharing :)ReplyCancel

  • Karen D. Austin - Thanks for validating concerns of women on both sides of the spectrum. I have befriended women with even greater resources than mine, and I learned that they have their own challenges that stretch them mind, body and soul. Not every problem can be solved by throwing money at it. I know this as a middle class person, but my few friends who are super rich also hit the wall, and I learned to give them compassion (well, most of the time. It’s hard when they complain about problems while traveling abroad extensively. That’s tough for me because I want to go!)ReplyCancel

  • Mary - Thank you for having me stop thinking about my stresses for a moment! I totally enjoyed reading this great post!ReplyCancel

    • Cheryl - Your so welcome and whatever your ‘stresses’ are they’re REAL and important Mary, but I’m glad I could ‘Calgone Take ME Away’ for a moment! remember that commercial? So funny.ReplyCancel

  • Sheryl Kraft - Thanks for this – I suppose we all should be permitted to feel like our problems matter, without having to relate them to the larger problems of the world, right?ReplyCancel

  • Carolann - Oye! If I had to think about all the things that bother me each moment of the day or dish I washed, or shower I took – I’d go bloody raving mad! Of course, we have to be responsible and do what we can to help out each other and our planet, but I can only worry about one thing at a time or I crash and burn!ReplyCancel

    • Cheryl - SO true. In reverse, I think many people get stuck on the BIG problems and can’t get resolution to their own. There’s a balance- right?ReplyCancel

  • Leanne@crestingthehill - Starving children, child trafficking, child prostitution, terrorism, brutality……our world is going to hell in a handbasket & it’s nice to hear someone say that it is okay to not be able to fix everything – thank you for that :)ReplyCancel

    • Cheryl - We’ve gotta give ourselves a break from all the guilt for not being superhuman, for the love of God. Hopefully I can ‘fix’ the things around me- sometimes in the neighborhood, if I’m lucky in the metropolitan area. But the WORLD? I wasn’t born with a cape. Thanks for chiming in Leanne. I appreciate it.ReplyCancel

  • Mari Collier - You have a skewed view of things, but then so do I. Some problems people must solve on their own. Other times, you are able to really help someone. (No, not saying what. That was between them and my husband and me.) Fortunately, Mama never told us about starving children in Africa. I had to read that in the paper for myself. I knew I couldn’t do anything as a child. Not sure I want a cook. It is one of the few household chores I do like.ReplyCancel

  • Kathleen O'Donnell - This is exactly why every crisis is inflated to a global level. Political correctness and guilt. We don’t have to feel guilty for worrying about if HELL IS ABOUT TO BREAK LOOSE. I for one want a national effort to get rid of my post-menopausal belly fat. HeLLO? Can you say TRAGEDY of NATIONAL proportions? Thank you my NOLA friend for putting it all into the appropriate perspective.ReplyCancel

    • Cheryl - Post-menopausal belly fat is of the most urgent of crisis’. If I didn’t think the UN was such a piece of SHIT I’d demand something be done about it! We could show up together and convince them I think? Yes- we could. XXOOReplyCancel

  • Linda Roy - Hell to the yes on all of this, and in particular, the yard sale thing resonates. We always donate. My SIL, God love her, she can do what she wants, non uh mah biznez…but she has a yard sale every time her kids grow out of a pair of shoes. God forbid she doesn’t see a return on her investment. I hate to be judgmental, but I kinda hate that shit more.ReplyCancel

    • Cheryl - Don’t you just LUV the people who try to make Yard Sales a retail operation. I want to find their hose and water the whole thing done. Idiots.ReplyCancel

  • Abby - A lot of serious stuff there, wow! Life can be overwhelming at times, can’t it Cheryl? :))) But there is only that much stuff one can take, right? I’m pro saving though- the liver, the dog etc because we never know when we might need somebody’s help:)ReplyCancel

    • Cheryl - Oh, I’m ALL ABOUT waste not-want not. No reason to be frivolous. My cats will probably save me anyways. Meow….ReplyCancel

  • Sue - I think of all these things and more. I am dreaming of a our truck filled with stuff to donate so I have room for more stuff or maybe not. All I want this week is to not be cut off over and over from multiple customer service centers and an answer to my important how-to update my computer so I can work problem. Love this whole post!ReplyCancel

    • Cheryl - Those are truly concerning. I’m NOT kidding. Those kinds of ‘issues’ are the real deal baby. Life, and all of it’s crap, will be here l-o-n-g after we’re all gone.ReplyCancel

  • Rena McDaniel - I remember liver and onion night my mom would say the exact same thing and invariably one of the boys would ask if he could mail it to them. This was so hilarious, CherylReplyCancel

    • Cheryl - The larger Global question is: Who the HELL serves liver & onions to little kids and expects them to like it? Jeez!!!!ReplyCancel

  • Gary Sidley - The challenges in my life escalated considerably last night: the Pizza house had run out of stuffed crust!ReplyCancel

    • Cheryl - See- stuff like that! Important! HahahaaaaReplyCancel

The world really is full-up with great stories- TRUTH is (when you can get ‘it’) much stranger than fiction, and certainly provides superb fodder for thought.   Let me think… (always dangerous)…   Ah yes, this week’s Case In Point: Rachel Dolezal, the Spokane, Washington NAACP administrator who has been masquerading as Black (she prefers […]

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  • Sue - I agree. I can’t get behind her at all. Plus that crazy story she made up about her father being black and the whole family needing to flee the south in the night or else the white police would get after them. She has some psychotic problems.ReplyCancel

    • Cheryl - I hadn’t heard those. I had heard about the living in S. Africa and being born in a teepee! Wow. Like anyone in a position of authority- I’m concerned about the people she may have hurt thru her deception along the way- like her students and her child. Life’s complicated enough and then this. Wow- again.ReplyCancel

  • Ellen Dolgen - I had to turn off the news, as everytime that begin interviewing/talking about this I see these flashing lights that say: BOOK DEAL! The lights are very blinding!ReplyCancel

    • Cheryl - I had never thought about that. Of course….ReplyCancel

  • Joan Harrington - Interesting thought-provoking post :) I guess I really need to think about this one lol I definately do not agree with her that she says she is black when she is clearly white….do not understand why someone would do thatReplyCancel

    • Cheryl - She certainly has issues. I just hope they haven’t hurt anyone else.ReplyCancel

  • Carol Cassara - I finally figured out what I think about this. This is a woman with serious problems and that to me means it is not an important discussion at all–it is a woman with problems and TV news needs to stop covering her and let it go away. It is such a waste of air time. Of course, TV news today is a vast wasteland. But I can’t see her as anything but troubled and the news as anything but vultures out to use her.ReplyCancel

  • Lisa at Grandma's Briefs - I’m with ya on the lying. She’s done good things and made an important difference in many ways. But, to me, that’s all negated by her continual lying and avoiding admitting she fudged her way into the position. The gal’s pants are on fire and she’s throwing gas on the flame. Liar, liar.ReplyCancel

    • Cheryl - ANd yet someone else suggested I threw gas on the fire. I think she’s done that all by herself.ReplyCancel

  • Carolann - I think she is 50 shades of craycray! she is a thief both monetarily and spiritually. Not judging her, just being honest about how I feel about her. she is a family betrayer too which is at the top of her sin list! I’d love to hear about that girlfriend story too…sounds like a doozy lolReplyCancel

  • David Stillwell - I was going to comment but I just don’t see the need to do so.ReplyCancel

  • Mari Collier - She lied to take a black person’s place. Lies are hurtful, period. As for being a feminist, I am not, but I sure as hell fought for a man’s wage when I was working in the 1970’s and I got them. I had to “prove” myself first, but since I would go into areas to collect that men didn’t have the guts to go into, I did get that wage. There was a vast difference between $249.00 a month and $600.00. And no, I wasn’t the one that made coffee every morning.ReplyCancel

  • Lois Alter Mark - I have very mixed feelings about this. If her parents hadn’t outed her, would anyone have thought she wasn’t doing a good job in her position? I’m not defending lying but I don’t think we can judge how anyone self-identifies. Not to be punny but I think this whole issue is very complicated and isn’t so black and white.ReplyCancel

  • Angela Hall Weight - I agree with Carol that she’s a very troubled person. I didn’t have as much of a problem with her saying she’s black as I did with her “staging” racial hate mail and actions against her family. That took away any credibility she might have had at what she was trying to do. Other than her lying, I don’t understand why she’s being called an imposter and getting all kinds of flack about identifying as black while Bruce Jenner is winning courage awards. Other than the fact that she wasn’t honest, how are she and Jenner so different? (I’ll go on the record as saying that I don’t agree with identifying as anything other than what you were born, though.)ReplyCancel

  • Roshni - I’m still confused about the whole story, probably because I’m not giving it a whole lot of attention. I’m not sure if she’s mentally troubled or just a deceitful person!ReplyCancel

    • Cheryl - Probably both. I’m sure she’ll be back in front of the camera- eventually. EeGads.ReplyCancel

  • Rena McDaniel - She lied and she misled people and that’s it. I am tired of hearing about her, she has some serious problems she needs to work out.ReplyCancel

  I am a bad person blogger.   I don’t spend enough time (and effort) reading/finding/commenting/sharing new content by new bloggers.   I will freely admit this.   I suck. It’s a scrumptious pout surrounding the suck but a suck nonetheless.   I could do use the classic no-way-to-prove ‘Don’t worry. I stalk you’ bullshit excuse. […]

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  • Nicki Lewis - I am just like you. Want to comment on others but hard time finding time or I read it but might not have a comment to makeReplyCancel

    • Cheryl - SO true. Just the other day I read a post where someone had their cat de-clawed and was defending the decision and I just couldn’t comment without screaming- so I didn’t. Or there are the posts that are just terrible writing and I can’t comment either. Then- there is just the TIME factor… or lack of such. All sorts of reasons.ReplyCancel

  • Joy Christi - Thank you so much! I am a horrible blogger, especially lately. I barely have time to punch out a post, let alone edit to make it, you know, GOOD. There hasn’t been time for poking around reading. I feel like that happens a lot this time of year for people.
    I love the name of your blog, it immediately gives a sense of comfort. And you’re right about content, you can pretty much go anywhere.
    I appreciate you naming me here. I shall try to be worthy!ReplyCancel

    • Cheryl - Hahaaaaaa. I feel your pain and you ARE worthy! Punch away!!ReplyCancel

  • Cary Vaughn - It’s always nice to be recognized as awesome, ain’t it. Now I feel like a suck-ass for never following through on my nominations….wait, no I don’t.
    You are certainly a better person than me (I?) for following through with this (of course, you were always a better person). Which is why I read and adore you.ReplyCancel

    • Cheryl - I feel like I nominated you many years ago. Am I correct?ReplyCancel

  • Ellen Dolgen - I love your posts! Congrats on the honor. You deserve it!ReplyCancel

    • Cheryl - Oh Dear God Ellen-it was a lovely compliment but what pain in the ass. Nonetheless- there you have it.ReplyCancel

  • Abby - Dear Cheryl,
    You had me at “hello”. I don’t even know where to start now:) I would never except such an incredibly warm reaction (to be honest I gave up on any hope you’d come back) to my nomination. I was aware that you’ve won the award before, and was therefore certain that you would just say “yeah whatever” and move on with your life. But then no, Cheryl (as usual) came back with a bang! I mean from now on I will really stalk you (in the most positive sense). You won me over with your “overwhelmed” – whatever you meant by that. And you make me (the beginner) feel incredibly honoured that you accepted to post, on top of it in such a priceless way. I just hope that you don’t take my nomination as brown-nosing of any kind. It was meant as a worship letter, but not of that kind. I really love your writing, it has me in stitches all the time, and am hooked on your posts for as long as you write! (gee it rhymes again, I cannot help it). Anyways, I’m absolutely trilled that you like me (and not only because we share the love for good wine – or sparkling for that matter). Loved to hear from you.

    • Cheryl - It was an HONOR Abby. Only a fool would snub their nose at anyone giving them such a lovely compliment- even if you’re (me) a 58 year old smartass with a very nice following. I hope this gets more readers your way! Your a GEM!ReplyCancel

  • MJM - You are freaking awesome my friend, thanks so much for the love and support, I greatly appreciate it.ReplyCancel

    • Cheryl - I’ve nominated you before- right? Like a million years ago?ReplyCancel

  • Lynda@fitnessmomwinecountry - Miss Cheryl …LOVE and thank you. Okay #9 {awesome}!
    #4 is that like saying is Vodka vegan? I don’t blog enough for fame and I don’t have money, butsince you noticed me, then I feel pretty famous :)ReplyCancel

  • Eric Waechter - Thank you!! But wait . . . now what do I do? Answer the questions and nominate some more people? I can probably do that, just not right now because I’m busy. Well, I mean, I’m reading this blog and commenting on it instead of doing work that I am supposed to be doing.

    Ok, I guess I’m not as busy as I said I was.

    Alright, fine. I had nothing to do anyway.

    Oh, and I don’t hang out in dark alleys (probably), so it’s all good.ReplyCancel

    • Cheryl - Do with this what you wish my darling. I just LOVE your blog so I thought I’d give it a shout-out!ReplyCancel

  • Carpool Goddess - Congrats and well deserved! So fun getting to know you better.ReplyCancel

    • Cheryl - You’ve been nominated at LEAST once, tell me it’s so!?!ReplyCancel

  • Lois Alter Mark - Loved reading this and learning more about you! P.S. You don’t suck.ReplyCancel

  • Carolann - lol I love your honesty. It’s fun to get nominated for these things. I was just nominated for the Sisterhood of World Bloggers Award which I too will be proud to post and nominate others.ReplyCancel

    • Cheryl - Yes Yes YES! Always nice to have a new reader!ReplyCancel

  • Carol Cassara - I’m kind of laughing…. ok, I’m laughing. Also, now that I’ve seen your garden, I know for a fact you don’t suck. I am not one for those kind of awards and turned down my Lobster, Leebster or whatever LOL but I did love your post so what do I know?ReplyCancel

  • Kathleen O'Donnell - Blogs…ack. I blogged for two years when my book got published to help promote it. I don’t think it helped do that at all. Just gave me another thing to promote. Anyhoo – I felt so overwhelmed by it, trying to read other blogs, other authors books, that I felt paralyzed. So, I totally get not reading too many other bloggers on a regular basis. Now I’ve pretty much given up blogging to focus on my novels…but here I am reading yours! I think you should take every award you’re offered. You rock. And ignore how I made this whole thing about me. How do I do that? Congrats Cheryl!!ReplyCancel

    • Cheryl - Oh Kathleen, you’re too funny! I remember your blog. I read your blog. I commented in your blog! Now I just enjoy your gorgeous foodie pics, which are very fabulous and Rob Rhino! Thanks for stopping by lady! Love you!ReplyCancel

  • Mari Collier - So nice to read again! By the way, I always thought of grapes as wine in the raw form.ReplyCancel

  • Carolann Iadarola - lol I love your honesty. It’s fun to get nominated for these things. I was just nominated for the Sisterhood of World Bloggers Award which I too will be proud to post and nominate others.ReplyCancel

  • Carolann Iadarola - lol I love your honesty. It’s fun to get nominated for these things. I was just nominated for the Sisterhood of World Bloggers Award which I too will be proud to post and nominate others.ReplyCancel

  • Carolann Iadarola - lol I love your honesty. It’s fun to get nominated for these things. I was just nominated for the Sisterhood of World Bloggers Award which I too will be proud to post and nominate others.ReplyCancel

  • Janie Emaus - Such a refreshingly, honest post. I would love to see you again!ReplyCancel

  • Sue Pekarek - When you put it this way, Liebster seems like a pretty great award, you did it proud. I need a mini-me to make the rounds commenting.ReplyCancel

  • Haralee Weintraub - I find this funny since I just wrote a blog about awards!ReplyCancel

  • Gary Sidley - Your post (painfully) reminded me that, over recent months, I’ve not spent nearly as much time as I should interacting with all the wonderful humor bloggers. I’ve tended to devote more and more time to my antipsychiatry endeavours which, although rewarding in some respects, are nowhere near as enjoyable as reading (and writing) humor blogs.

    In fact I’ve decided to try and change my ways. Watch this space.ReplyCancel

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