Good morning, bloggie world The sun is shining bright and warm… through my window it’s warm, outside the temps are brutal. I’ve been very productive with Bloggiesta housekeeping, mini-challenges and stuff, this weekend and I feel good. I even finished a book, went to the grocery store, library and breakfast yesterday. It’s just been a busy weekend!
Of course, it’s not all roses, either. I have teenage people living here. One who’s almost 17 and has recently returned to the mentality of a TWO year old, telling me “NO” and actually trying to stand on that. Then there’s the 15-year-old who seems to have forgotten how to speak English, but is fluent in WHINE-ESE. I bought a box of Cream of Wheat for the first time in about 12 or 13 years and she’s dying to try it. But, instead of reading the box’s directions or waiting for help, she starts making it like instant oats. She came in with the dessert bowl full of dry mix asking, “Is this how you do it?” NO, it’s not how you do it… that’s enough to make a pot of the stuff! *heavy and frustrated sigh* So she stormed off to her room, demanding I let her know when I’ve finished cooking her breakfast. Grrr…..
Teenagers… dontcha just wanna BITCH SLAP them sometimes?
Here’s a cool thing I wanted to pass along:
Lenore at Presenting Lenore is starting an International Book Blogger Mentor Program to help those who live outside the US and Canada be able to read and review the newer books that they’d otherwise not be able to receive as most publishers and blogging contests aren’t open to them.
Any book blogger who blogs in English about books and lives outside the US and Canada can apply. Each month I will pick one blogger to send 2-3 of my most recent review copies to.
I myself have always held my contests open to anyone, anywhere, so long as they have an address to send to, because I know it’s gotta suck to see a book you’d love to have, only to find out you’re geographically ineligible. So Lenore’s idea is pretty cool
Random rant…. Why is it that SPAMMERS suddenly think I’m a randy, philandering, inadequately equipped middle-aged man? Judging by my INBOX… the one’s that my spam filter thinks I WANT to read, I’m in the market for Extenze… GAWD, I HATE those commercials! I want to rip that chick’s face off and monkey-stomp her… grrr……… AND that I’m in need of Viagra or the cheaper substitute. The latest additions to my inbox are:
“I missed you at the bar” – really? That’s probably because I wasn’t there.
“Why Wait have an affair with a cheating wife today” - K, erm… I like to eat fish at the dinner table, cooked and with tartar sauce, NOT in the bedroom… or any other room they might want to hang it. And eww… JUST… EWwwwWWWwwww… Not that there’s anything wrong with that, right Jerry?
“Engagement Ring. Make your proposal memorable.“ Apparently, not only am I a randy cheater with a tiny willy, but I’m lookin’ to get hitched, too!
I’ve been deleting all these messages, then emptying the trash, but maybe I should keep ‘em for a while, then share them all in a blog post. WordPress’ Akismet filter seems to work better than Yahoo’s, maybe they should work together and then I won’t get such craptastic emails. But, then again, what would I have to laugh at?
Listening to Bodies by Drowning Pool
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