Thursday, June 9, 2011

Desperate Plea

Oh my gooooosssshhhh.  Fellow bloggers: please stop.

Seriously, can you give me, like, 20 seconds to catch up before you post anything else??  I've been away from my computer, unable to soak in every word, ponder the conundrums of breast pumps and bottle rocket wars, and make thoughtful (yet odd, sorry) comments.

And I want to do all those things!  I need too.  Your news is my routine, and like my daily celebrity gossip fix, a la People online, it's as precious to me as wearing shoes in a public bathroom.

Can I tell you how gross I feel just standing in a public bathroom?  Don't even get me started.

But I digress.

Can you just feeeeeell the whining here?  Do exaggerated vowels convey that tooooone?

I'm doing my best to read it all, like actual read.  Which means I can only do a little at a time.  So, if you all were able to take, oh let's say, a half-day blog siesta that would do me a world of good.  Thanksomuch.


PS. Can someone fix Blogger so I can resume commenting?  For some of you I still am not able to leave my feedback, which I know is crucial to the development of your blog.  Please advise.


Kathryn said...

I try not to breathe too deeply in some public (gas station) bathrooms. I think less germs might get absorbed that way.

Who Does That said...

Aww, I feel bad now that I'm about to post a blog!! I have to take my blog fuel as it comes, I can't always put it off! What if I don't have anything else to write about?!

Public bathrooms are nasty. I try to hold my breath in there b/c I feel like the place is absolutely drenched in germs that are dying to come home with me. Ew.

Mamarazzi said...

MiMi from Living in France shared how to fix the comment thing last week. i haven't had a problem so i can't offer help but you can find her on my sidebar.

starting VERY soon i will only be blogging 3 days a week for the Summer...does that help?

Ron said...

I think we can help with getting out of these nasty restrooms we are inventors of a device called stepnpull it attaches to a restroom door it allows a person to use their foot to pull the door open check them out at