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November 01, 2008


Feral Mom

Hooray! Honestly, it wouldn't be the same without you. Also, what the hell is wrong with us?


I selfishly hope you do write every day this month because I love hanging out over here.

Um, no pressure.

Kathy B

I, too, am attempting to gain my blogging mojo by participating in NaBloPoMo -- good luck to you. (linked to you from LaidOffDad's comment section)


you totally have more than 7 readers silly. but hey, only two more hours left tonight - get cracking! love knowing i can come every day this month and read something new!!! :) (and the crocheted blanket - LOVE IT! you have to teach me how to crochet sometime...please?)

Karen Gordon

I love this time of year because I get to read your posts everyday!!! Oh yeah, and also because the media blitz is almost over and I will stop receiving multiple messages a day asking for money for Obama's campaign,,,they should have asked BEFORE they told how how much he had raised. Like they need my 5 bucks...But, if I could vote twice for him I would...And,the crocheted blanket is almost as gorgeous as the little girl under it. (Ok, not really- but the blanket is beautiful.)


Damn! It's November??? Well, I guess Roses won't be participating this year...



Uh-oh, it's 10:13 pm on day 2...heh.

Glad to see you're going to be posting!


If I post before 11:00 each night I call that a victory. Of course usually it's more like 11:53.

Kara - we must have some oasis of sanity in this month. I will probably post more there too though. Because I love pain.


hey, readers are forever in a world with rss.


That's true, if one ignores one's feedburner stats. Which I do. Because they are dismal! Dismal, I tell you.


Is this 10 of us? All very thrilling. Look, I can't help but notice that you have the Nablopomo logo up there, something I have singularly failed to do. Any chance of some tech support in one of the very few moments during the day you have to yourself?

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