14 Responses to “Pitiful”

  1. erinw May 25, 2007 at 7:42 PM #

    Angie blogged.
    My week is now complete. :thanks:

  2. Jessica May 25, 2007 at 11:48 PM #

    Just wanted to say “hi.” I’m been an awful blogger myself. BUT I’m updating my list and noticed that I now don’t have to use a different web browser to see your blog, so you now have to blog all the time. ha! If I blog a ton more of my knit stuff, will you blog more of your stuff too?

    Anyway, really, just saying “hi.” 🙂

  3. Karen Scott May 26, 2007 at 5:49 AM #

    I try to not put any pressure on myself to blog, unless I have something to say. I find though that my postings are a lot more sporadic between Monday-Thursday, then I mighte have a whole slew of posts on Friday/Saturday.

    My blogging schedule is very much dependent on my work/travel schedule, which is probably the way it should be, seeing as I don’t actually get paid for blogging and all. *g*

  4. Karen Scott May 26, 2007 at 5:50 AM #

    Angie, I try to not put any pressure on myself to blog, unless I have something to say. I find though that my postings are a lot more sporadic between Monday-Thursday, then I mighte have a whole slew of posts on Friday/Saturday.

    My blogging schedule is very much dependent on my work/travel schedule, which is probably the way it should be, seeing as I don’t actually get paid for blogging and all. *g*

  5. Mechele Armstrong May 26, 2007 at 8:31 AM #

    Don’t pressure yourself to blog. *G* but those of us who read are always glad when you do.

    *Making note of Monday after BEA for big announcement and first line contest*

  6. Bonnie Vanak May 26, 2007 at 11:03 AM #

    If you get the energy and time, read Stacey’s book. I loved The Silver Spoon. It’s got wit, adventure and it’s a fun paranormal read with a yummy hero.

    Cleaning is highly overrated. Reading is much more productive and doesn’t chap your hands.

  7. Ciar Cullen May 26, 2007 at 7:46 PM #

    :jump:
    Love the banana. Okay, you made me feel a lot better because:
    1. It makes my head spin to see how some editors drive themselves into the ground.
    2. I’m glad that you’ve had the same brain freeze I have. I’ve erased so many blogs I’ve written recently because they just dance around all the stuff being bandied about. I left one up finally because it was inocuous enough.
    3. I don’t feel so bad about the rest I’ve given myself recently. Rest is good. I feel better. Sick and useless is bad.
    4. I HATE when someone dangles “big news” like that. Geesh.
    Welcome back, enjoy Dover. I got stuck in the worst traffic coming back from Ocean City one June–I shudder thinking about it. I’ve never seen so many RVs in one spot!

  8. patrizia May 27, 2007 at 9:31 AM #

    I honestly don’t know how you keep up with everything and still find time to blog. I’d say ditch the cleaning and laundry, but the house gets even with you when you do that. I guess all I can add is stay sane. :laundry:

  9. trish May 27, 2007 at 3:48 PM #

    :chicken: just wanted to say have fun in Dover!

  10. Kim Rees May 27, 2007 at 7:00 PM #

    You mean you didn’t stop watching Torchwood after the nekkid Owen scenes? Scariest thing in that programme. *shudder*

  11. Carolan Ivey May 27, 2007 at 8:00 PM #

    You’re gonna love Farscape!! :muahaha:

  12. FerfelaBat May 28, 2007 at 4:53 PM #

    Sigh. Glad you are back safe and sound.

  13. Jana J. Hanson May 29, 2007 at 11:13 AM #

    Farscape is wonderful. Seriously. A tv show I’m still in love with. Amazing characters, great world-building, intriguing story arcs, Ben Browder in leather pants — it doesn’t get much better.

    Hope you enjoy it!!

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