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I’ve been a bad netizen.  My reader is overflowing with all of your excellent posts and I’ve barely been around to read or comment. 

Alas, the holidays are upon us.  This means that I’ve been alternately avoiding my houseguests (mom and dad) and swilling cocktails.  Things will only get worse once the weekend hits.  I’ve barely even shopped yet!

So if I don’t see you, have a happy happy!



  1. U 2!!!!

    Yay cocktails!

    • the little fluffy cat
    • Posted December 20, 2007 at 10:22 pm
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    {{{Sissy}}} Now hit that mall and make Mom proud! Well–prouder! 😀 Seasonal Greetings! (I got that off Chinese Christmas stickers.)

  2. Light a candle for me. Oh, and have another drink for me, while you’re at it — I plan to…

    Merry Everything to everybody!

  3. My reader has a button. It is labeled “Mark All As Read”. I think it looks ever so pretty. I’m not quite sure what it does though.

    My sweetie went to the mall and came back with … hmm … I’m writing a post about it right now. I don’t want to spoil my post.

  4. And a Merry Christmas to you!!

    (I refuse to be PC. 😉 )

  5. I’m going to L.A. and will sit around my sister’s house, watching her do all the dirty work. It will be AWESOME. Sangria will be involved.

  6. Thanks Wanders! Have a Happy Christmas and stuff… same goes for everybody.

    All of you please have a Merry Holiday no matter what you are celebrating.

    Cheers & Well-Wishes,


  7. Happy happy back to you!

  8. Happy Happy, Joy Joy.

    I will think of you as I lift my glass. Good luck with the parents, and happy holidays.

  9. Merry Happy Times To You All Too. I like to say it that way. The acronym is MHTTYAT. It sounds way better than the politically incorrect MCTYAT when shouted at people on the street.

    I call this time of year Christmas time. I don’t think see why Christians should be offended by me calling it that. In a couple of months when we all celebrate the festival of chocolate rabbits and dead guys on sticks, I’ll call that Easter. Again, I’m not so sure why Christians would be offended by my calling it easter. I don’t understand Christianity very well.

  10. I forgive you. Just visit, when you have the time.

    Oh, and Merry Christmas!

  11. Have a merry Merriness, and a happy Newness. And may you find Orlando’s seemingly-clean but still slightly piquantly fragrant jock strap in your stocking.

  12. I think it’s this way for a lot of us, Wanda. I haven’t had the energy to blog or keep up with others’ blogs. My girls have had me running doing their shopping and mine. I’m so, so, exhausted.

  13. I liked Ren and Stimpie better than I like Spongebob Squarepants. I mean, the sponge is funny but Ren and Stimpie were funnier.

  14. Is that spelled right? Was it Ren and Stimpy? I don’t know. My brain is addled.

  15. Happy Festivus!

    Between Finals and Christmas, I haven’t done much blogging lately. Which is why I’m leaving random comments like these on random people’s blogs, to sorta make up for it.

  16. And you think YOU’RE behind? It’s 5 days after you posted this before I even got here.

    Merry Christmas, Wandles!

  17. I just read the Baron’s comment now. How did I miss it? Oh well. Things like that happen now and again.

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