the story of my life…

Especially at the moment.

What’s doing with you lot, then?  Tell me something good.  Big or small.

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28 Responses to the story of my life…

  1. My puppy (of 11 years) had a big scary cyst but when I took him to the doctor they said it was absolutely fine and akin to a wart. 😀

  2. Ok. So you can tell my dog is my child because I just said I took him to the “doctor”. I meant vet.

  3. KB/KT Grant says:

    How about take a nap and everything will look brighter after you've slept?

  4. Tracy says:

    My oldest girl got detention for a week because of doing something stupid. She didn't like it when I said Good, maybe next time you'll think before you do it again. She called me mean. She has no idea! lol

  5. Kris says:

    Miranda: I am so glad that things turned out okay with your baby. 🙂 And I am the last one to imply anything about your dog being your child. You may have noticed that I talk about my boy kittehs a bit.

    KBC: Are you helping me to procrastinate more, KB, by suggesting a nap? 😉

    Tracy: Tell her 'good' from me too and when she says that I'm mean as well you can tell her I said to say 'is she really that surprised'. 😛

    Jase: YAY! *off to have a looksee*

  6. Eyre says:

    My head didn't explode at work today. That was good. Otherwise, things would have been messy. 😉

    There's a great post about procrastination on Jase and Juni's blog.

  7. Tam says:

    The kid finished her exam. She said they were pretty easy.

    It's no longer -40.

    It's almost Friday which means the weekend follows shortly behind.

  8. Kris says:

    Eyre: Glad to hear about the non-explodey thing cos, yeah, that would be seriously messy. Not to mention a slightly embarrassing epitaph.

    Tam: Good for the kid. Good for you. And goodo for the weekend. Thank fuck it's Friday.

  9. Chris says:

    It's almost Friday. My car started this morning. It's not subzero Fahrenheit at the moment – it's barely subzero Celsius (and feels almost balmy out).

    My veri word is dicula. Heh.

  10. lisabea says:

    My daughter discovered Nietzsche and now I'm going to have to pretend to be interested.

    JK!

    Also it snowed.

  11. lisabea says:

    Chris made that up.

    Mine is monstes

  12. Chris says:

    I did not make it up!

  13. Eyre says:

    No someone hasto write a story about Dicula, a vampire who lives on … 😉

  14. Eyre says:

    Obviously, I have issues with commenting from my phone.

  15. I'm here. Reading your blog. *sigh* 🙂

  16. orannia says:

    See, I need to learn to follow the philosphy…ATM I panic now and procrastinate (ie.e relax) later! Am going to try that by not panicking over all the chores I have but instead read my Amy Lane books and enjoy the 🙂

    *hugs*

  17. Well, I'm still getting ready for the move (yay!). Packing up books.

    Writing! Yay! Tired.

    Bought some new books today. Whee!

  18. Kaetrin says:

    I have a day off work today!

    Kidlet goes back to school next week.

    We've just gone solar so I'm feeling quite green even though I'm a huge power-sucking-gadget user.

    Off to check out Jase's blog… 🙂

    my veriword is pitypto which is not anywhere as good as Chris' *jealous scowl*

  19. Kris says:

    Chris: The veri word is beyond good and heading pretty close to awesome. :DDD

    LB: I wouldn't be kidding about pretending to be interested in Nietzsche. It brings back horrible memories of my uni days. Blech.

    Eyre: *snort* Don't be given the m/m authors ideas. You know it hurts them. 😛

    FV: Slacker.

    Orannia: Well, I hope you do have a good Amy Lane weekend instead of doing your chores. It sounds so much better. 🙂

    Bridget: There are a lot of yays and whees there, Bridget. I'm glad that these are exciting albeit tiring times.

    Kaetrin: That all sounds great… except for the veri word thing. 😉

  20. Something good-something BIG: Found out yesterday Kid1 got a full scholarship to go to college!!! Everything else sucks right now but I am so, so happy 🙂

    w/v: allsing – come on, even blogger is on the Glee bandwagon?

  21. Kris says:

    Wow, Patti! How fucking awesome is that. That is terrific news. You all must be thrilled. Big congrats to Kid1 – is that the boy child?

  22. I spent all day (except for the two breaks I took to shovel snow) writing a short story that takes place in the Back To Normal universe (2 vignettes, actually) to be posted on Clare London's blog tomorrow (for her bday) or the day after.

    And I love parentheseseses!

  23. Kris says:

    Wren: Go you being all productive and parentheses-ey and stuffs. 🙂

  24. Thanks Kris – yes it's the boy. I'm so relieved, although I won't be completely worry-free until he actually signs the acceptance form.

  25. K. Z. Snow says:

    Now I'm all hung up on “dicula” and “monstes,” which certainly seem to be begging for a story. Or at least some artwork.

    Kris? Pretty please? A dick with fangs accompanied by horrific testes?

  26. Janna says:

    I had the day off and spent it procrastinating, in fact I still am. 🙂
    Last night I went out with Lis, aka Larissa, for a bite and a drink, and we spent hours talking about books and blogs. Now I could use some help finding a blog topic for a guest post for Patti…
    Oh and this week I told hubs about Tam's blogpost earlier this week about what would happen with your virtual life when you die – and that I joked in the comments about people thinking all the dirty pics on the computer were his and that they might conclude he was a closeted gay. And hubs then said 'I couldn't care less if they think I was gay'. Pretty sweet huh?
    Lots and lots of hugs to you, hon!

  27. Kris says:

    Patti: You could always threaten his next meal if he doesn't sign the form. He's a teenage boy. That should work. 😉

    KZ: You know that I immediately had an image of how I could draw that, right? My mind. It works in mysterious, yet awesome, ways. 🙂

    Janna: “And hubs then said 'I couldn't care less if they think I was gay'.”

    That is husbandly devotion for you, Janna. You have a winner there. *hugs*

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