I read books. I correct books. I read more books.
Yes, it does. At least today's post was short! :)
What? No coffee???
Sigh . . . zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz . . .
That broken cup makes me wanna cry...
Me, too. At least it wasn't mine. I might not survive the trauma.
Oh dear. This is why I don't drink coffee. :(
Oh... and I also would like to take a moment and thank you for adding our site to your blogroll. It's very kind of you. We'll add that feature to our site so we can return the favor. :)-H.C. Dallis
You're very welcome! If I find a blog I like, I try very hard to remember to add it to the blog roll. It might not happen right away, but eventually I remember. :)
What do you mean no coffee? NO COFFEE eyieeeeee. (Runs out screaming)Is not a coffee addict.
I love the disclaimer. You said, "Is not a coffee addict." I heard, "Not a flying toy," a la Toy Story. This is where my mind goes without coffee.
I have to put out disclaimers otherwise people think I am serious.
Does a "to-do" mean an argument? A cat fight? Who has the sharper claws?Love,Janie
Oh, goodness, no, Janie. I don't think we could even fake an argument. Just a crazy week that had the nerve to only contain seven days. Can you believe it?
Sorry. I hope you're okay and have replenished the quality caffeine.
Things are nuts. We are nuts. Lack of coffee is super-nuts.We'll be back!! And coherent, even. (I hope.)
No coffee? Aaah..... Next time. These things happen.
I hate not being reliable. But having only 24 hours in a day really puts me at a disadvantage sometimes.
Hi Lynda,As I just mentioned on your favourite social "notworking" site, "Farcebook", I'm sending you some British coffee. Not great coffee but a super laxative.All the best and have a good Saturday. I sense a soap opera happening here.Gary :)
I would have answered your comment sooner, Gary, but I was in the bathroom. Thanks for the British coffee.
I hope everything is all cleared up in your bathroom. Besides, you now have a donkey in your garden.
I'm sending you a care package of caffeine laden coffee. Look outside. It's in bags slung over my donkey. Very fresh. The coffee. Not the donkey.
I'd even take a fresh donkey at this point. Thank goodness you sent those sacks when you did! And the donkey has a new home now with the pig, until the pig has a home in my freezer—at which point the donkey will have a lot more space to roam.
Your readers will be here when you return. I hope you didn't stage the spill just for us. :)
Thank goodness I didn't have to spill any of that wonderful stuff. Some poor sap broke a cup and posted a photo on the internet. I would have felt bad about it, but I was simply thankful it wasn't me.
Hi Lynda, just wanted to drop by and let you know I nominated you for a Liebster Award! Check out my blog for more details concerning the award, and you can decide if you wish to accept it. :) Here's the link:http://swordsandstilettos.blogspot.com/2014/05/the-liebster-award.html?showComment=1401042143829#c2404633075548135520
I missed the last one and this one missed me. Oh well we will all catch back up next time. :)
I don't like coffee because of the mess it causes.www.modernworld4.blogspot.com
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