Monday, December 10, 2007

Idle thoughts.....


I am knee-deep in a book. That is probably where I will remain the rest of the day. "A Christmas Carol" is on TV. (Yeah, so... stop laughing. It's rude. I like the symbolism. )

It's Just Posts Day. Check them out. There's certainly something far more interesting there than here. :)

Will someone let me know if there's something wrong with this? Is Blogger down? This post has been sitting here inactive for five hours.

Thanks.

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14 comments:

Mary said...

Oh, I sure needed a laugh this afternoon. THANKS, CHANI. Now, back to budgets :o/

Maddy said...

There was earlier but I think it's o.k. again now.
Best wishes

This is my calling card or link"Whittereronautism"until blogger comments get themselves sorted out.

thailandchani said...

Thanks, Maddy. I was seriously beginning to wonder. I was going to go ahead and delete it but if there was something wrong, I'll just leave it alone. :)

heartinsanfrancisco said...

I've been gone all day, but Maddy told me there was a problem with mine this morning. She said she encountered a firewall when she tried to visit my blog.

I'll check out those posts now that I'm home. Thanks for the heads up!

flutter said...

I am so very hooked on ebay. So very very hooked.

Rima said...

Wait, aren't you going to tell us the name of the book that has you so enthralled???

Julie Pippert said...

What book?

And whose laughing?

I watch Charlie Brown Christmas. Any excuse for Peanuts. :)

Julie
Using My Words

jen said...

hi you, i've been out crimefighting all day so am just getting to this...i'd much rather be watching ichabod crane!

and thank you!

painted maypole said...

love that picture

Ichabod Crane Jen? Huh??

I'm living A Christmas Carol every weekend. ;) but it is a nice story.

Catherine said...

Oh, I'm not laughing!

Angela said...

I'd never laugh. Tonight, we were talking about being "poor in spirit" and how it was, in many ways, worse than being financially poor. When Laura asked what it meant to be poor in spirit, I used Scrooge as an example......so now, we need to watch it again as well, so she understands. I COULD have mentioned THE SHOOMEN, but of course, I am much too grown up to offer her as an example.

meno said...

We can all see ourselves, and the chance for redemption in A Christmas Carol.

I would never laugh at that.

Anvilcloud said...

Why would anyone laugh at that timeless classic???

Christine said...

I love the Christmas carol! which version did you watch?