Featured Guest: And Now, a Musical Interlude (via manofewords)

I have recently become a big fan of this blogger. I have also recently discovered that WordPress allows me to reblog something that I like from another writer. Therefore, I would like to share his most recent effort with my readers. I hope you enjoy it as much as I did!

Lately I’ve been going through the old mental warehouse – turning on some overhead lights that have been off for a long, long time and prying open some old crates. I’m looking for artifacts, memories, clues about why I am the way I am. Many times I don’t remember where I’ve put things. I keep everything, but my filing system stinks. Much gets misplaced, crates get mislabeled. Sometimes I read something, and it pushes one of those old crates onto … Read More

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4 thoughts on “Featured Guest: And Now, a Musical Interlude (via manofewords)

  1. Bee says:

    Good idea on the repost! His writing never ceases to amaze me. I have lots of IDEAS for posts, but there is no way I’d ever be able to turn an idea into a post every single day!

  2. totallytawn, ali'i wahine says:

    Thank you – he has absolutely impressed me as well. And you’re no slouch yourself, girl. I’m beginning to think crazy “meant to be buds” thoughts about you. Don’t worry, you’re safe (physically).

    I’d like to post every day, too, but there’s just so many other things clamoring for my attention that I don’t get the chance to indulge my addiction nearly as often as I’d like. And I never imagined in my wildest dreams that people would actually find my blog even mildly entertaining. This is a hoot and a half for me, and getting to meet and share with the likes of you and Gary is the cherry on top of a death by chocolate cake!

  3. Bee says:

    Absolutely agreed – I’ve thoroughly enjoyed getting to know you too! Plenty of Americans can quote Monty Python, but the vast majority of them are not women. Hurrah for girls who’ve seen the Parrot Sketch!

    And agreed about the fun of getting to know people. Just think, if he’d never been Freshly Pressed, I’d never have met you, or him, or Kathryn – how boring life would have been!

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