Gut Rumbles

June 26, 2004

she'll be back

Another case of Blogger Fatigue has claimed someone I like a lot. I am hoping that Ms. Vivacious doesn't stay gone for long. She's too good (and too good-looking) to retire right now.

I understand Blogger Fatigue perfectly. When posting becomes more like a job (or even worse--- a DUTY) than it is fun, a blogger should step away from the keyboard and take a break. Recharge the old batteries. Notice that the world keeps spinning whether you blog or not. Ignore the news for a while. Sleep late, relax in hot bubble baths and take long, moonlight walks on the beach.

Paint your toenails red.

(Okay, that last one was just for me, but I couldn't help it. I have this THING for barefoot wimmen with red toenails.)

Kelley, may you live long and prosper. And I hope to see you blogging again soon.


thanks for the kind words, rob. i'll probably be back when i get this cast off my arm; it's irritating to hunt-and-peck on the keyboard. i'm also sick of arguing points that seem self-evident to me (like, America has a right and a moral duty to defend herself against all comers) with dolts and assholes who want to undermine our sovereignty so that they can pretend the world is a happy-hippie utopia. it's depressing!

anyway - i appreciate your friendly sentiments. look for me in about a month; i think i'll have my left arm back then.

Posted by: kelley on June 27, 2004 06:54 PM

I'll be waiting with breath of bait! No... wait a minute... I meant BAITED BREATH!

Posted by: Acidman on June 27, 2004 07:52 PM

That's bated, Rob. Baited breath is, like, um worms on your tongue.

Posted by: Larry on June 28, 2004 11:42 AM

Yeah, Larry... so what's your point?

Posted by: Acidman on June 28, 2004 10:18 PM

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