Thursday, November 02, 2006


Enabler! Enabler!

A couple days ago the Nanda called me up and explained why she had not been blogging. "I have a secret and it involves you and every time I start to blog I want to blog about the secret." Then she refused to tell me what the secret was. Nanda is nothing if not mysterious. Exotic yet ordinary, indeed.

I discovered her secret yesterday, however, when the mailman delivered this wonderful gift:

Thank you thank you thank you! This isn't just any gift. This is the gift that will help me get through a month of daily blog postings. I have already flipped through the book and dog-eared several pages. Maggie's book has ideas for quick and easy (down and dirty?) posts, but also suggests ways of finding inspiration. This is a good thing for me, because A) I often become so distracted by the mundane parts of life (like the never-freakin'-ending piles and piles and PILES of laundry) that my imagination takes the back seat, and also B) Was that the buzzer on the dryer? What was I talking about?

The Nanda is such a supportive friend that she also emailed me a list of ideas, things she'd like to hear me talk about. What a gal. Nanda, do you think you'd mind continuing that service after NaBloPoMo ends? :)

Tonight I'm going to hunker down with my new book and my highlighter, along with some leftover Halloween candy and a cup of Tazo. Right after I watch last night's episode of Lost, of course.

What a great book from your friend. I can't wait to see your posts.

BTW, I'd love to hear about how you met your hubby. I'm such a romantic...and our anniversary is coming I'm all in the mood for hearing these things.

Have a wonderful, upcoming weekend!
Thanks for the idea, Shelly. And happy upcoming 27th anniversary! Congratulations!

And if you're interested in a crazy wedding story, check out my post from my anniversary last March:
Awww, this book must be amazing - definitely something each and very blogger can use! I'm looking forward to reading your posts inspired by it!
Enabler. Pfft. You say that like it's a BAD thing. :^)
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