All Over Your Leg

"That cat will write her autograph all over your leg if you let her." ~ Samuel L. Clemens - from memoirs of Clemens' secretary Mary Howden which were published in New York Herald, December 13, 1925 It is 3:30 a.m. I stayed up working on a website for a friend. Then I replied to some … Continue reading All Over Your Leg

Other People’s Words

I stayed up late the past two nights and didn't make up for the sleep lost. As a result,  my attention span hasn't kicked in, and since an attention span is almost essential to my writing, today's post focuses on what other people have written. *** Totsymae climbed a ladder the other day but came … Continue reading Other People’s Words

Shifting Responsibility, but Nicely

Over the weekend, I had an epiphany. If I'm going to write anything longer than a blog post--such as a novel--I have to do three things: Sleep--before midnight as well as after Eat--no refined carbohydrates, no grains, no sweeteners, no processed foods, no added salt... Exercise--as in MOVE. I didn't buy that stationary bike just … Continue reading Shifting Responsibility, but Nicely

To All My Non-Blogger Blogger Friends: The Solution

Insanity: doing the same thing over and over and expecting different results. ~ Albert Einstein (maybe) Regarding the whingeing still audible from the previous post, silverneurotic has come through with a solution: "Blogger will not let you comment IF you log in with your wordpress account…however, if there is an option to comment using the … Continue reading To All My Non-Blogger Blogger Friends: The Solution

To All My Blogger Friends

Dear Blogger Bloggers, For the past several weeks I have tried repeatedly to comment on your posts, but Blogger has repeatedly refused to accept my comments. Word verification is the hang-up: the letters I type never match the letters I'm told to type, no matter how many times I type them. And proof them. I'm … Continue reading To All My Blogger Friends

Regarding Kate Shrewsday

Kate Shrewsday blogs at http://kateshrewsday.wordpress.com. She has recently become part of the UK's Huffington Post blogging team. Her posts are interesting, entertaining, thought-provoking, always witty. She ranges widely in choice of topic: family, pets, art, science, history, philosophy, sports, vacuum cleaners. Kate's special talent is the ability to make connections: What does Greek mythology have … Continue reading Regarding Kate Shrewsday

Day 8: Connecting

My high school English teacher read the Day 7 post, the one in which I wrote that she told students we had important and relevant things to say. That is the problem with blogging. At some point, you make a remark, a perfectly innocent remark, and the person you remarked about happens across it and … Continue reading Day 8: Connecting