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from perdidolobo :
followed my way to your current site. Nice to see you are well and flourishing...at least I pray that is the case. Take care. David
from hamlette2002 :
It still works - but there is no link to your notes. I had to get here manually. lol
from perdidolobo :
hey there. Came by and it was all locked up. Are you still there? Hope you are well.
from rockhound :
I've used several names on DL and now moved to Wordpress - was hoping to catch up with you finally, since we have so many friends in common - only to discover you've absconded and I have no clue where you've gone. :(
from firelady517 :
Hi there - I finally found you after losing EVERYTHING when my computer crashed. Could I possibly get the password? I am slowly but surely building up my reading materials again and would love to have you back on it! I'm at lgreeno@msn.com. Thanks!
from kitchenlogic :
I'm at: http://thekitchenlogic.wordpress.com
from catie-dids :
no. . .seriously. . .where are you??!!!
from lasvegasbaby :
Hey Kathy, I hope that you remember me. I have been wanting to find you for ever. I am Beth and I use to be one of the messies from Cybermom. I left Texas and moved and I had to leave every thing behind so I didn't have your address or phone number or anything. Anyway I tried to find you and couldn't and remembered your Diaryland name just by chance. Anyway here is my email. I don't have a computer right now, but I try to check my email at least 2 or 3 times a week. kokopelli59@yahoo.com I want to catch up with you so bad. I hope that you are doing well. Beth
from catie-dids :
Hello friend. . .where are you??
from cleanersmom :
Sure, tell me to read to commiserate (did I spell that right?) LOL....and then delete the blog...or so wordpress tells me!
from renovatingme :
Hey you -- you okay? I sent you an email or three and no response. I hope you are well and just busy as hell:)
from boxx9000 :
so sorry about your cat Oreo. been there, done that. It's not easy, I know. (((hugs)))
from alwaysange :
I'm so sorry to read about OreoKitty. I hope that your heart heals soon, but treasures the memories that you have. Sending you strength from one pet lover to another. *hugs*
from dandydandy :
Hey, thanks for reminding me the importance of calling the police. I briefly considered calling last night, but the police force here is made up of a bunch of young'uns with attitude so I dismissed it. Anyway, the point is, I'll call.
from boxx9000 :
♥ HAPPY VALENTINE'S DAY ♥
from simplify :
Thanks so much for the e card. It was really cute!
from acaldwell :
i tryed to leave a note in haloscram! it wouldnt take it!! where did that truffle go?
from boxx9000 :
Don't even get me started on health care insurance and prescription coverage. SCREAM!
from mnlady1962 :
NO, I'm NOT related to that cowardly lion girl!!! But Baby Girl went to school with her for six years. Yeah, she said the girl can't sing in a regular voice, either!!!! LOL!
from summer-gale :
I tried to leave a comment but couldn't. Maybe its just me because Art could. Anyways I thought of you all night while watching Idol and I see that you are making some of your own beads. Care to show us some?
from life-my-way :
Okay, so I bought a bunch of your addictive freaking earrings--I trust you are amused. I nearly went down the necklace road but I fear cross-addicting. Happy New Year.
from forty-plus :
Happy New Year!
from nixtress :
Happy New Year!
from nixtress :
Happy Holidays!!!
from bookafly :
Hi Kathy, I wasn't going to tell you about it - but I think you may want to check my Dec 6 entry out. You know, I love your jewellery so much that I just can't stop telling people! Thanks, Becky
from mahvalicious :
I think I'm a TEENSY bit better. I had VOO DOO performed on me yesterday and it seems to have made a difference. Hopefully I can write about it in a day or so. Thanks for asking. It's so nice to know Dland folks are thinking about me.
from nixtress :
Have a great Thanksgiving!!
from poolagirl :
Don't YOU ever sleep either? Lydia is keeping me awake.
from mnlady1962 :
The hint....it's really kinda little, but every bit helps. Here's what you do. When your little guy gets to the middle of the bridge, after the stone rolls by him, click anywhere on the screen EXCEPT for on the cards and he will advance one. I am at a whole FOUR outta 50 on this game. It's too stupid for words. I think my daughter is gonna do it for me.
from simplify :
Just for the record- I was absolutely fine with people not commenting on the situation I asked for people to please not comment on, but then people DID comment and they were nice comments and so I couldn't really be mad about it- so the point is you did the thing I asked for and I'm good with that. Because I meant it when I said I didn't want a bunch of sympathy. Honestly- what I learned from that is don't write about crap you don't want people to comemnt on.
from mnlady1962 :
I laughed so hard when I got your note. Yes, apparently you DO have to go to each blog and advertise. Seriously, I was thinking of you this morning. Thinking how I would love to have you show me how to bead.
from annanotbob :
Hello - I just found you while browsing around and have added you to my buddy list. Hope that's cool, all the best x
from mnlady1962 :
You mean I can come home with OTHER people instead of my family? This is something worth looking into.......hmmmmmmmm......
from mnlady1962 :
Nope. The purse place is called The Purse Emporium. It's not in the P Lake town. It's by the East B. Mall. But now I need to go check out YOUR purse place. I am in the market for a new COOL purse, since Baby Girl got one.
from bluesymphony :
Hubby is complaining about the cost already, but I am okay with $125 a week to feel a bit secure with her. He is always taking about leaving her with people we don't even know. He can't understand, no one can unless they have been there. BTW.. thank you for all the postive comments. I appreciate them.
from forty-plus :
About your comment ... call him "History," that is TOO good! Funny, funny girl.
from simplify :
kathy- Lora of Erlenweg6 gave me those little pink baking dishes. Aren't they so cute?
from bettyford :
are you breaking up with me?
from nixtress :
Hey there. I tried sending you an email with password info to your new site@diaryland.com but it came back to me. I then tried to leave a note at your new place and it wasn't accepting new ones, and I saw that there isn't a guestbook or anything there for contact info...wondering if you can email me at nixtress@diaryland.com with a return email addy so that I can send you password info. Sheesh, that looks like a lot of words :) Anyway, you get the idea. Pretty please?
from hissandtell :
Good luck on your new journey, darling. Love, R xxx
from poolagirl :
Hey! Apparently, all the HaloScan comment linkie things are dead (or maybe just sleeping). I tried to leave you a comment several times tonight to let you know that there is never a good time for whining. We always seem to get caught with our pants down. At least you knew the people. Okay, I will feel like the biggest DORK in the world if you get this same message in the note and the three times I also tried to stick it into your comments. Oooh, that sounded nasty. I really didn't mean it to. I just ended this note with the word "to." Sister Mary Sparkplug would turn over in her grave. I think I am overtired and in need of another outlet for my nervous fingers. Ooops! That didn't sound right either. Never mind. Have a nice day.
from vickithecute :
I may be an idiot but I don't see an email link anywhere....so email me at vicki_thecute@comcast.net. I'd actually been toying with the idea of going to one of these cons but was nervous because of my previously mentioned social awkwardness which makes me feel like a big ol' loser head in groups like that. Seems like my fears are probably valid. But if one wants to get together with other online buddies, how does one arrange it to not be exclusionary? I'd love to hear your thoughts.
from ladybugge :
Hullo. Nice to meet you.
from vickithecute :
Jewelry, huh? Hmmm....I don't really have much. Maybe I need to do some shopping?
from bluemeany :
I tried to e-mail you but I got a "failed delivery" message! E-mail me at my D-land account and I will reply to it, maybe that'll work.
from jenniam :
you just made me snort crystal light out of my nose. we will have 2 men in our bridal party...any suggestions there? I will ask HB about the jewelry ;)
from jenniam :
you biatch!
from dangerspouse :
Y'know, when D-Land had the Big Crash of '05, I noticed a bunch of Faves dropped off my list too. Probably sumpin along those lines - BUT I'M BITTER ABOUT IT ANYWAY!! *sigh* Ok, I'm over it now. Thanks for the note, babe! You rock hard, as always :)
from jenniam :
we shall ;)
from forty-plus :
Thank you.
from simplify :
thanks for the offer of help, i'll probably take you up on it. there's a little how to guide in the newest martha stewart, so i'm going to use that for now. as for complaining- i think my problem is that i have TOO many places where i can complain. i'd like to try not complaining just for a change of pace. hee hee.
from forty-plus :
Happy Mother's Day!
from july28 :
Thanks for adding me to your buddies list xxxx
from nascarwidow :
Hm, changing your profile again, huh? I too notice when you make changes to your buddy list. I just decided to harass you about it this time!
from simplify :
haha! i meant no torture with the succulents. also, you undoubtedly appreciate spring/summer much more than i do because of your torturous winter.
from sunnflower :
Wew, I'm so glad you have me back on your buddy list!
from vickithecute :
EEEE!!! Mini marshmallows? I must have one NOW!
from vickithecute :
Hey, I just had to lock my diary (temporarily, I hope) bcs a coworker of mine got access to it. It's still open to all dlanders though...the user name is vicki and the password is cute
from milkmaid :
Gosh, so sorry about Grandma. Sometimes (a LOT of the time, lately) things just make no sense at all. I'll keep a good thought for you all.
from milkmaid :
Okay, first of all "Correct1" seems to be off his/her meds... As to the question we've been pondering, I got a very WONDERFUL answer in my guest book from Pitbullshark (otherwise known as Thomas Osborne) a great and dear and level headed friend of mine. Check it out when you get a minute. Cheers!
from correct1 :
Hey, sweetheart, I thought I'd add the rest of what I wrote, since it was so long, and I'd like to make sure you understand what I have to say in full. And, I promise, the anger will subside, but I don't want to waste my time on words you won't read. "Don't worry, I won't hurt your feelings by posting any more, no matter what else you say to your drones. Who I am, where I am, doesn't matter. What matters is that you're running from me. I have a Diaryland page. You can search me up any day and try again to make me look bad, but you won't find me. And locking me out of your comments to make me look speechless takes no hold, but, for now, I'll be perfectly speechless. Well, this is further advice to any future vigilantes like myself: cast not your pearls before swine. And, my friend, I might also make another literary suggestion: the Bible. You'd be amazed at the morals it can induce. By the way, the above mentioned allusion was to Burton's "Anatomy of Melancholy". Not that any of you would have guessed. I think the language is a little hard for you to understand." Try to understand my logic in that I'm only trying to help, and I swear from now on I'll leave you alone. I figured the only way to make you heed my words is to fill them with insult, since suggesting things nicely doesn't seem your intent in life. And now I'll back out gracefully, I swear it.
from imabrat2 :
Hi. Thanks for sharing the butter cookie recipe. My frosting never seems to set right so I think I'll give yours a try. :-)
from anniesmeadow :
as i can see a kindered spirit, a liberal and someone who also loves barbara kingsolver. have you read prodigal summer? annie
from sunnflower :
Hi - I pointed to your great diary today on Suburban Island as one of my tried and true favorite reads - http://sunnflower.diaryland.com/fridayfinds.html Hugs!
from littlelloyd :
Oh no no noooo, do not doubt the power of Art-Tax-Lady. I have a category for my pottery accounting called "Foodvertizement". Sebastian Joes goes right in there.... assuming that I am buing it for potter fiends or something. You wouldn't want to break the law or anything....
from lovinglav :
resort yey haw! its very nice and we were lucky to get a street level (2nd floor) apt. facing the woods and next to the mailboxes.
from ms-do :
Who cares about loopy when you have great sandals, they make all the difference!! I've added you as a fav hope you don't mind
from dangerspouse :
Hmmm, I knew I shouldn't leave notes while drunk. But who would have guessed I'm just as garbled when sober? (Besides family/coworkers/Corgi). Sorry about not proofing that last note before hitting 'enter'. Gotta run - time for a drink!
from dangerspouse :
In a strange bit of synchronous fuck-ups, I discovered YOU had disappeared from MY "Faves List" also. I had been accessing you via my bookmarks, so I Bookmarks. Sorry! It's rectified now *whew*!
from mrsbahling :
Can I please have dibs on Ewan McGregor?
from xnavygrrl :
Thanks for adding me as a favorite...
from xnavygrrl :
I thought I was the only one who'd ever tasted a taco salad that tasted like vomit. We are kindred souls, I tell you. By the way, cute pictures. Pearls and bullets...ha ha.
from catinasnit :
Thankfully we have a little rural post office; they know my name and I know theirs. The only delays are "rural talk" between the postmistress and the patron. I've been to the Big City Post Office and won't unless I'm forced to.. because our rural post office takes an hour and a half lunch and closes at four. Is the movie Monster really gastly? Thanks for the warning. I better read a review before I view. Your rode trip sounds like so much fun to come. And my husband thought I was the only magnet buyer.
from imabrat2 :
Hi. I just found your diary. Most of my reads are diet related and your other diary is on my favorites. I love this diary...I don't see too many from Moms of older kids. I have 5 kids and could really relate to some of your entries that I've read so far.
from bluecharis :
Hey there! Did you get my email in which I begged you to be added to your road trip postcard fun? Cause my mailprogramm came up with a strange message I hadn't seen before... if you didn't get it, I'll write you another one with my address... love, Charis
from haus-frau :
Hey Kathy - sorry to hear about Thing 2's arm. Broken limbs are the pits. Also, thank you thank you thank you for the haloscan answer. I also posted my first thing in the morning photo for your viewing pleasure. I would have never done this if you hadn't thrown that gauntlet down. [grin] You rock!
from catinasnit :
What a darling puppy! Too bad those "hunks" are taken -- my daughter needs a good fixer-upper, and at least one of those two look like they could fill the bill. By the way, love your first-thing-in-the-morning picture. I'll post mine sometime -- maybe later.
from haus-frau :
Wow, I'm flattered! Thanks Kathy! Oh, and btw, I love love the new do. It is so awesome - just getting out of bed or otherwise! :-)
from catinasnit :
Don't remember how I stumbled on your diary, but I'm glad I did. You have an interesting way of looking at things. I especially like the way you put up your NEW FAVORITE diary. They are not all my cup of tea, but I do look.
from xnavygrrl :
I love your hair. It's gorgeous and modern.
from xnavygrrl :
I love your lamps. They're terribly hip. Don't listen to the haters. :)
from sunnflower :
What's a dibs and why are you keeping track of them? I know this is something easy and I am just not with it but I have to know.
from anightwisp :
Happy Mom's Day Kathy!
from sunnflower :
Happy Mother's Day!!!
from poolagirl :
I am going to send Mr. Ree-dee-coo-luss to you for Easter. Slap some bunny ears on him and he'll be a new man in no time. LOVE the photo of you on your profile page!
from poolagirl :
WOW! Thanks for putting me on your list! I admire your writing so much! Enjoy springtime in Minnesota - it must be beautiful there. I remember everybody wearing shorts about Easter time. Once the snow is gone, anything is fair game, right?
from mommylap :
Such the crush I had on Joel, in spite of him being kneehigh to a grasshopper. I was in awe of him. I did handle all the regular magazines and newspapers too, but you remember the challenging part of every job. I was the only woman to ever hold that position ever in Shinder's history.
from parlance :
Kitchenlogic -- I love it.
from dangerspouse :
HAPPY BIRTHDAY! Love and low-carb cake at ya, babe! Now don't that just tickle yer...fancy? Many more :)
from poolagirl :
Your guestbook is having "issues" with me - so here's a Happy Birthday note from a fellow Aquarian! YAY! 12th for me. Did you get any of those dual-purpose birthday/Valentine cards this year?
from apyjo :
Thanks for the encouragement and reading my journal ! This was the first place I was able to expand on my thoughts and feelings. Now I update less frequently, but I still keep it going.
from sunnflower :
I am so glad you joined the new suburbanlife diaryring! Don't forget to put that link somewhere special!
from kittyleopard :
kick ass diary yo! Karma!! Im adding you to my favorites-o!! :)
from sunnflower :
Happy Holidays and all the joys of the season!
from cutie1083 :
Happy Holidays!
from sunnflower :
Sorry you got hassled for speaking your mind. You have a right to think what you want to think. Hang in there.
from jenne1017 :
because I'm good like that, I'm cool like that, I'm smart like that [was this song AFTER your time?]
from jenne1017 :
Um, yeah, not so much! Unless I can trick the Fear Factor people into believing I have no fear of bugs and they dont' see through my apparent act!
from dietingjenn :
biatch
from jenne1017 :
perhaps I am YOUR fan club president? I read even BEFORE the notification comes out! And please, Change that damn description under me, heh?
from hausfrau :
I'm having signmyguestbook troubles. Is thing2 in middle school? That's the first time that I heard the "too many students" excuse. What's with teachers who attempt to conduct "communication" activites with the parents via an obviously irresponsible student? (mine not yours) Then when things go horribly off track, they blame your kid who you either pamper or neglect (depending on the particular situation.) I've only ever ran into a few of these, but I'm totally with you on their "steam from the ears" inducing abilities.
from jenne1017 :
you rent a bike then bring your scrawny ass here!
from jenne1017 :
Bike? Bike? Is not! it's 4 hours+ away. And if I had money to shop, I would. So there! Oh and do me a favor, start sending your notify eMail a bit closer to when you actually update so I am not reading the same entry twice! Thanks.
from jenne1017 :
It looks like Lori's groping your butt and your liking it! That's the proper caption to the expression!
from trinity63 :
I HATE THE GUESTBOOK!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! okay -- My mother was a Robert Redford lover from way way way back -- and I thought he was just icky when I was a kid. And magically when I turned 15, my mom talked me into watching The Way We Were with her as well as the Electric Horseman, and I fell in love with Robert. I also have a thing for Paul Newman, and the two of them together in The Sting was just fabulous. I got over my hatred for Barbara years ago, and now I really enjoy her voice. I wonder however, if I ever became that talented, rich, and famous, would I be terribly neurotic and controlling? Worse than I am already now? ha ha! I loved the photo of the moles. I passed them on to my spouse, as he's been chasing moles all Summer and now Fall. It's worse than the "Cat Came Back" song you know?
from restlessly :
I think your kids are just behaving according to their birth orders. ;) The eldest child is supposedly more likely to conscientiously follow the 'straight' path, obey his parents, be more responsible, etc. The other children are supposedly more likely to veer from this path, largely because they do not want to be like the eldest sibling. Or so the experts say. But this pattern is rather true in life, from my experience.
from poolagirl :
I agree. Clay is a wonderful singer and an incredible person to watch, but his new CD sucks! I listened to it once and it went into the stack of CD's that includes stuff I will probably never listen to again - Baroque saxophone, disco hits for MUZAK, etc.
from sunnflower :
I read Melissa the Pioneer Woman with a Cell Phone too. I applaud your freeform writing goal. There is another author I really liked that came before the Artist's Way her name is Natalie Goldberg. If you haven't read her books on writing, I believe you would like them.
from trinity63 :
You know you are a better mother than I will ever be. My kid will never ever ever have a rodent. No way. Ewwwww. Oh by the way your new site just rocks. I love love love it.
from trinity63 :
Stooopid guestbook: News bulletin - if you have your ovaries you can still have those lovely monthly icky feelings, as they are exhibiting some hormones to you. If you don't have your ovaries, and are relying on oral hormones to make your body work, then it's probably just the cold. You know the big *O* helps everyone feel better:) And congrats on being 16 lbs away from your goal! Do you realize by Christmas you could be there! xoxoxo
from poolagirl :
A ton of positive energy for your friend, Rachel - and another ton for you for being such a good friend to her.
from jenne1017 :
Darn signmyguestbook.com Hey you sexy thang! Stop posting pics of yourself! I want you all for MYSELF. And where is this wedding???? I want to be the first to say, LET'S GO CRASH IT! Also, tell her to call city hall. They can't get a marriage license if he's married to Rachel, still. And no marriage license means no wedding! Oh and did you think of a new comment for me yet?
from mommylap :
Spoiled kids. Ahh. I am still dealing with that age where you end each birthday with a little disgust over the greed of your child. After the 7 yr old birthday yesterday, her sister observed "Birthday parties are fun. Except for if you have a sister who doesn't get none presents. Then that's not fair." When it was pointed out that she received 3 small gifts and her birthday was still ahead, she too- blinked blankly at me and left the room. If you charter a death flight sign me up. I promise no hugging.
from poolagirl :
Ahhhhh! Mankato! With the big-ass talking Happy Chef on the highway!
from poolagirl :
Well, for sure then. I transplanted to San Diego from St. Paul, and I stockpile Gatorade. It must be fate that I stumbled onto your diary and made it one of my favorites.
from trinity63 :
It's really her. She lives in my state:) and you shouldn't be talk about hair styles...ya know? I'm just sayin:)
from sunnflower :
I tried to leave you a note in your guestbook but didn't seem to take so you may get this twice. Guys will do anything to get out of yard work at times - I mean it is hot out there. I think he got the idea from one of the Harry Potter books - doesn't Harry wack his head on a window frame - take those books away before he gets any more ideas!
from strangerlucy :
I emailed her yesterday, but I fear it won't do any good- for two reasons: One, she's powerless in NY (a sequel for Meg R?) Two, That damn Jimmy and his cousin would probably hack her computer and share the password with her son. Drat it all.
from trinity63 :
Guestbooks are down, I really want the recipe for Prosciutto Salad and Fixings.
from caspia :
Hey fellow Minnesotan! If you're a fan of the Wild, or love the Twins, please join the Wild, or Twins-fan diaryrings. Let everyone know we support them. Thanks and have a great day.
from jenne1017 :
where did my description go :o(
from golfwidow :
And, of course, I put the link into your guestbook incorrectly, and it's too soon for me to sign again. Let me try this again: http://golfwidow.diaryland.com/030714_80.html#story
from damodred :
i just thought i'd tell you i covet that black onyx and silver bracelet you have on ebay. The $25 one. It's beautiful.
from trinity63 :
Happy Birthday Thing2 -- Can I have your eyelashes. I am telling you, you really need to tell your parents to quit hitting you when you disagree with them:) xoxoxooxx
from bluecharis :
OH MY GOD! Can you fucking believe, that someone is willing to pay SIXTY bucks for MY earrings!!! What the heck... And congratulations, you're a rich bunny now! BTW: I'll think up some words for your friend... horrible situation...
from bluecharis :
OH MY GOD! Can you fucking believe, that someone is willing to pay SIXTY bucks for MY earrings!!! What the heck... And congratulations, you're a rich bunny now! BTW: I'll think up some words for your friend... horrible situation...
from jenne1017 :
Sadly, no. And it's Louise. I spelled it wrong up there.
from apyjo :
Loved your creative , funny diary. Seems like you enjoy life ! Thanks for a great read....keep on trucking ! Yeah- I'm almost forty- really dug that one out of the back of my mind !
from jenne1017 :
I mean, they were all nice but yeah, you gave me a slight heart attack
from jenne1017 :
a dragonfly and bug infested card. The pear one was nice.
from damodred :
you haven't put anything up on ebay lately. it is so cruel to addict me like that and then stop putting things up for sale. hehehe. i'm looking forward to seeing what appears next. :)
from damodred :
i hate when it says on the guestbook "you can't sign that fast" and then you lose everything you just said. bastards! anyway. none of those journals pop out at me. i feel bad now. maybe if you took a black journal and used dark purple or blue or something... i like dark colors. i better buy something soon with all these requests!
from jenne1017 :
Awww...Kathy. I am touched. Thanks for making words under my name -- and for the actual words. AWWWWW
from jenne1017 :
how IS Vern? (everytime I say his name I always follow it up with "Hey Vern -- Know whad I mean?"
from jenne1017 :
oh and by the way, you're mother came out right -- regardless of the reason for the divorce. But I get the point about it being "wrong" whether it be race or sexuality. Thanks
from jenne1017 :
oh you are getting something every few hours from now throughout tomorrow. Don't fret
from jenne1017 :
I think I may have lost 10 lbs. this week. Is that even possible? I don't feel like I did, but there the scale sits and tells me...I am a dork. I wish you didn't open your gift. hell I wish I didn't send it early. now whatever will you open on your day tomorrow. damn, another gift it is... Thanks for the shout out btw. You know, that's the only reason we sent you ANYTHING ;o)
from jenne1017 :
You know Rory silly....she used to be gaygirl here
from jenne1017 :
You know Rory silly....she used to be gaygirl here
from libbyo :
Oh, you probably meant race as in, different culture... LOL (it is a Monday) I have no problems with that whatsoever, and as far as I knew, neither does my religion. :)
from libbyo :
Hi, You asked so I will tell you, I would have emailed you but your email? link isn't working, I don't feel like turning this into a big debate. Anyway, just because I practice a different religion, I actually don't consider to be of a different "race" than you. Just so you know... People are people, regardless of their religion. Too bad everybody doesn't feel this way or things would be a lot more peaceful here in diaryland. Anyway... And as for marrying outside, sure I think that is makes it easier if you can have that in common with your spouse because as anyone knows, common beliefs are what help form strong marriages but each person and situation is different as is each Latter-Day Saint and to group them all into one big category is unfair.
from jenne1017 :
DAMN GUESTBOOK. And damn Caps...sorry. Anywho, I just read the entry of the person to which you refer. I didn't know who it was when I signed your GB. LOFL! Wow, small world. Here I was thinking of her and you were actually referring to her. Geesh! Some people get so hurt by the littest thing and then lash out in retaliation. Hey, at least Trin and I got shout outs....
from libbyo :
and since when did it become so "funny" and "entertaining" to bash others?
from libbyo :
I don't think that by trying to educate you a little more, we were FORCING anything down your throat. That is inmature to assume that because we don't want people misconceiving our religion, we are shoving it down your throat. If someone said "Catholicism is a cult and they don't believe in Jesus" would you not correct them? And if your convictions are not that strong, don't bash others because theirs are. All we are asking for is a little bit of the same TOLERANCE that we show you.
from ms-m :
Tomorrow I shall pay homage to "our" newest love. It will bring a tear to your eye and a flatulance problem to my poor readers. Let the good times role!
from sunnflower :
Hi - just stopping by to wish you a happy New Year from the heart of Suburban Island.
from dana-elayne :
Ohhhh, I didn't know that there was another book out by Hassler. He's fantastic. Have you read _Dear James_ (I think that's the title).
from catsnapples :
Thanks for adding me to your favorites.
from gardenqueen :
I don't know if you've found this place yet or not(web goddess that you are), but this place, www.firemountaingems.com, has a lot of stuff more reasonably priced than I would have thought.
from jenne1017 :
Who the heck are you trying to kid here Kathy? You are the gayest straight woman I know!!! Not that there is anything wrong with that...
from ms-m :
I just read through the CNN transcript of that horrible/dispicble/disgusting excuse for a human being that 3 children are forced to call 'Mother'. Notice that she not once apologized to the little girl? That her daughter was more than a 'little unfriendly' after the incident! That the woman actually had the nerve to describe the little girl as 'loud' in a way that I can only describe as combatitive? May they drag her skinny ass out back of the court house and let her know what a beating feels like, before locking her up for eternity. And her last name is Toogood!?!!! Now that's just ironic. Just really ironic. Freakin' ironic really.
from clinky :
hmm.. the name reminds me of smart food. no one likse smart food.
from evemilds :
the only times I ever watched Buffy is when the character Faith was on there - she was one tuff chick, the kick butt and forget the names type. Also the F### 'em and leave 'em type. She was my fave on there. Once she was gone so was I. As for Mark-Paul former SBtB kid - I still think that he is way so much better looking as a blonde, the darker hair has got to go. And I agree with you on 'what was Rick Schroeder thinking' when he left but I guess his family is more important than his acting career. But does anyone know whatever happened to Alphonso Ribiero - where did he go or do after The Fresh Prince of Belair? We know where Will Smith is - Anyone hyped on the movie to come 'Ali'? Ps. Love your journal! You are so good at this! smiles, Zuzi
from ms-m :
Ew notes! Yippee! I'm developing cyber stalkers due to this journaling thing - I just wanted you to know what it's like. So? What cha doin' now? And now? And now? Be my friend. Email me. Let's meet. Aaaaaaaaaaaaa!
from evemilds :
I also loved House of Sand and Fog! One of my favorites if you haven't read it is Victoria Holt's My enemy the Queen. It's one I re-read from time to time. It's really really good. all for now, Zuzi
from evemilds :
You are totally awesome! Thanks for being you! Tell Thor that many people have survived public school. Most of our criminals went to private schools - and they eventually went on to the senate and the presidency. haha! Luv ya, Zuzi
from matilda- :
Tuff up! It's only the first day at this job! Just think...many more days to follow. yikes! Unless you succeed in getting fired.
from espagnola71 :
Ah, "Happy birthday" is "Feliz cumpleaņos" in Spanish (you know, for Tito's birthday next year ;-D)
from espagnola71 :
I just read your trouble with The Queen and I by Sue Townsend. I read it years ago. Of course it is not great literature, but I do not think it is intended for an adult reader either. I bet Thing 1 enjoys it much better than you did. I have read Adrian Mole diaries since I was 13 or something like that. Sue Towsend has kept writing Adrian Mole diaries until know, when he is in his thirties, just like me. I still read these diaries, he is the same age as I am more or less, and I have grown with him in a sense, but they are not half as good as the first one was. Itīs not that funny to read about 30-year-old single father of two children with the mentality of a pompous 13-year-old. I wonder what will he be like when he is 40???
from kathmccall :
Hi, it's the Evil Kath, with the gerbil guillotine! Did that offend? There WAS a context, but maybe it was humor a bit too sick. I don't always know where the lines are. Sorry, if so - not meant to. Still very much enjoying KitchenLogic, thanks!
from cdghost :
th-ay-nx
from restlessly :
Hi Kathy, sending you good vibes and hoping that you might calm down a little over the boys starting school (especially Thing1) again and take care of your back, ok? Errmm.. I guess that was a stupid suggestion, and my next one might be even stupider, but have you tried gentle stretching exercises for your back? Take care and stay cool... :)
from blueblonde :
Ha! You pack like I do!
from pischina :
Oh you are very very funny! I want to hear more about LawnMower man! And Thing 2, and Thor, and everyone else!
from jenistar :
Hey--I didn't know you had an analyzer on your site! It is a pretty blue, don't you think :)

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