This blog is no more
THE THINGS SOME PEOPLE HAVE SAID ABOUT THIS DAY! ARRGH.
And for that I sincerely Thank You!
Ah Hell, after all that crying I was hoping for a food post. Peace, Paul
Wanda: Thank you! Mutually assured thanks.Chilebrown: You shut up.
For good reason.
Janis: The solidarity out there on this subject is amazing.
Yes, a day for just quietly thinking is best.
Thank you...it's not meant to be dressed up like a freakin' holiday.
I have reached sadness overload.
Both Pam and I wrote about "that" day. I think that our viewpoints are far from the drivel on TV and worth reading. Not every one of us is out there, sprouting bombastic nonsense. I read a lot of thoughtful, intelligent pieces and I'm sure that I only scratched the surface.
Mouse: Yes.Simply: Or made into a game. "Where were you when...?"Greg: My overload is of a different consistency. :)Nancy: I'm not doing any personal insulting! You are free to blog. :)
Oh I didn't think you were referring to me! There was a lot of horrible hype out there but I was grateful to see a lot of intelligent, thoughtful and reflective commentary as well.
Nancy: It's anyone's right to talk about the tenth anniversary of a national horror. I'm glad you found people who were doing it well. I just wanted to bury my head in the toxic, Lower Manhattan debris.
Don't bury your head in toxic crap. YOU are too valuable to all of us to do such damage to yourself. How about burying your head in some ideas for new topics - I'd love to read your take on so many current issues. Take a leaf from my favorite ladies (Margaret and Helen) and skewer the current scene with humor.
Nancy: One of the first blogs I ever discovered (and I didn't know what a blog was, then,) had a post on panty liners. And it was hilarious! Don't worry, I won't do that...
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