on my way, sugar! xox
Uh, hi. No such personal comment as the one prior. Hope you know her. Uh, very good post on 5minutes - already buried somewhat by 3 other posts. So I thought I'd comment here. I also enjoyed your irreverent post on making use of too iron in the blood for finding your way out of the woods. You might enjoy a post I wrote called "Support Group Meeting" - unless you are also an attorney. Barbara
Savannah - hope you liked it :)TherExtras - welcome to my ramblings and thank you for taking the time to comment :)I'll pop over shortly to read your post
Kim, As always my friend you once again have been able to write what so many of us think with the grace of Hemingway. Some day we really need to take over the bar in a remote castle in Scotland in mid winter. With a case of single Malt and a good supply of cigars, wifi and our laptops....a great novel on fatherhood would be the result!Peace
Okay, now I'm wishing I was guy - for the Scottish castle (makes me think of my heroine JK), malt and cigars - not the Freudian thing-y. BTW giving birth is way romanticized.
Jeff - damn that sounds good!TherExtras - you don't have to be a guy to enjoy single malt whisky. Come join the fun :)
What! No cigars?! Don't forget to tell me when.
I gave up smoking 18 years ago and haven't touched anything smokeable since. However, I also recognise that at heart I'm still a smoker, so was just trying to avoid the subject of cigars as I know I'd be tempted :)
I found your webiste through NarrowRidge. I enjoyed your post on 5 minutes. I am a mother of a one year old daughter with Special needs and I could relate to most of what you said in your article. What I couldn't relate to was basically due to the fact that Sydney is only a year and we haven't gotten there yet. Great post and I love your header on your web page. I'll be checking back in the future.
Jeanette - welcome to my Ramblings, and thank you for taking the time to comment :)
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