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So… we’re supposed to have an AAD Spotlight on Brynn Paulin today.

I don’t have a post yet… so there you have it.

The post may or may not go live today. We’ll see.

In other news, how are all of you doing? Anything new? Good? Bad? Have a rant to share? Just want to chat? Let’s hear it!

p.s. – Do you guys ever check the tags of posts? :X

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  1. Mary Kirkland

    I read the tags everyone once in a while, but I will most likely take a look at yours more often now. lol

    A funny story…After watching the Daytona 500 *and all the crazy crashes* my husband looks at me and says…”We just watched the very last Daytona 500 ever.” …I looked at him and said, “What do you mean? Are they not having anymore?” He looked at me with a straight face and said, “No, because everything ends in 2012.” Omg, he’s such a nut!

    Yeah, this is what I have to live with every day…I’m gonna laugh when December 22nd rolls around and he’s still looking up in the sky for that meteor.

    1. Limecello Post author

      Hee, Mary! <3 It's a rare thing/not so much on the guest posts. (I can only assume authors wouldn't really want that you know? This being their livelihoods and all. And the whole silly professionalism whatever…)

      HAH. Your husband. Oh gosh.
      :X You're joking about him looking for the meteor/end of the earth though… O_o right?!

      1. Mary Kirkland

        Unfortunately I’m not joking. He’s been watching every Nostradamus, Aztec calendar, 2012 end of the earth fuitcake show there is..and there are a lot of them. He started watching Preppers and says they are wasting their time and money on trying to prepare for a volcano, meteor, hurricane…because when this one hits…we’re all dead anyway…omg he’s driving me nuts.

  2. Carla

    I read the tags quite often. They often cause me to smile.
    This week I went to Washington to urge my Congressman and Senators to support legislation for Rare Disease Research. I have a child who ended up with a double whammy of 2 rare diseases and 2 auto-immune issues. Imagine my surprise when only 1 Congresman kept the appointment (out of 8). I was so discouraged and angry that my elected official really could care very little about the fact that many of our children are suffering horribly and we are doing little to mitigate the damage being done to them.
    I came home and imagine my surprise when I received calls and emails from the staffers of the aforementioned Congressman about how they could help. It reminded me of the song little bit little inch by inch.
    I guess in reality things could be worse. At least my child will live and at least one person showed compassion.

    I have boys that are watching the doomsday predictions with the utmost glee. Maybe you should set up a camera to take delayed pics of your husband searching the sky for the end. 🙂

    1. Limecello Post author

      CARLA!!! Ohmigosh you rock! You’re totally my hero! 🙁 I mean kudos to that congressman in a way, but he was supposed to do that because he committed to it!
      I’m somewhat placated by the staffers who called or emailed. But then I’m a bit cynical and wondering if the emails were from the unpaid Congressional interns. >.> Not that I’d have any experience with that or anything. *coughs*

      If I were you (but then I’m bitchy – oops, sorry about the swearing…) I’d freely talk about XYZ Congressman/people who didn’t keep appointments with their constituents. Perhaps at a town hall meeting. To the local paper. You know, if the chance ever arose. (But then I’m also pretty bitter at government these days.)

      My ranting aside, I AM glad the congressmen have committed to helping and I hope they’re true to their word. Keep me updated – and if you ever want to do a guest post about an issue to raise awareness, just let me know. I’d be more than happy to have you!

  3. Liz

    I occassionally glance at the tags but never realized you were being sneakily hilarious with them, so I’ll check them out from now on.

    Carla, I wish you much luck and encouragement.

    1. Limecello Post author

      Awesome, Jane! Now I feel like you’ve been just as sneaky as I have [been?] … this whole stressing about grammar stuff is for the birds.

  4. JoAnne

    I do usually read the tags. Just finished Home Front by Kristin Higgins and absolutely loved it. Looking forward to a busy weekend but hope to have a feeling of accomplishment when it’s over and the new work week starts!
    Enjoy the weekend.

    1. Limecello Post author

      Thanks JoAnne – I hope you have a lovely weekend as well!
      I haven’t read a Kristin Higgins novel in a loooooooooooooong time, but with your comment I think I might need to look into them/move them up in the TBR list! 🙂 Thanks.

    2. JoAnne Weiss

      Should have been Home Front by Kristin Hannah (Kristin Higgins is another author I like)
      Sorry for the mix up!

  5. Limecello Post author

    Hee. I confess – the “fun” tags really only go on the “entirely me” posts. I feel like guests posts deserve some sort of decorum and all, you know?
    (Although that being said there are a few authors I think I should torment/tease/sneak in ridiculous things like … “troll” or “cupcake killer” and such.)

    Also – I was going to write a whatever post and remark like “oh shoot – just watch something horrible happened to Ms. Paulin like a car accident, or God forbid something worse…” – but I think I’m out of the woods on that scare, because she was happily tweeting ~15 (17?) – wow I have no short term memory – hours ago. So you know, that was definitely after her post was supposed to go live.

    I can only assume Ms. Paulin has decided she didn’t want to be a guest at my blog. At least not on March 1st. Perhaps it’s something to do with the proximity to the Ides of March. I really don’t know.

    Am I getting whiny? Someone needs to stop me. Cuz without someone to hold me back I’d add something like “It’s cool though. I just wish she would have told me/us.”

    Oh oops. Well eff.


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