Thursday, April 05, 2007

I Can Do Short

I realize that my last post was excruciatingly long and painful...kind of a written root canal of sorts. Anyhow, to prove that I can, in fact, be concise - this is today's post. (This one's for you Kel)

"So, how's it going today?"

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Anonymous kelly said...

actually I read all your posts, they aren't painful. I'm just amazed how everyone else can put so much down, (thats meant as a compliment not a criticism) I on the other hand, have trouble stretching anything out to more than a couple sentences...I think i'm kinda that way in real life too...

12:52 PM  
Blogger Gledwood said...

..."garlic and herbs. My Dad's a fisherman, so he'd be mad at me for purchasing processed fish from the store (it's a matter of convenience)."

Fishermen catch processed fish too! Someone has to catch it...

1:01 PM  
Blogger Deb said...

kelly...believe me, I wasn't the least bit offended by your comment nor did I take it as criticism. I post these lengthy editions then usually go, "Christ, that's way too long" but, by that time, I'm too tired to even care/edit. So I laughed when I read your comment because..."too true". You'll notice, I usually try and quickly sneak in a totally irrelevant "short" post after one of my spillathons, just to move it out of the way. Which was the case here.

gled...they actually don't catch "processed" fish like the stuff that I'm talking about. In processed I mean with all the chemical additives in it. The boil in bags are much better than what I buy (which is the frozen "sticks" that probably have cardboard in them). Dad's fish comes straight out of the water into the pan with few ingredients added to it, which is why I should probably eat his stuff rather than the crap I buy.

1:30 PM  
Blogger busterp said...

Concise is nice but the last was a blast. (and liquor is quicker? there are rhymes rattling around in my head. ha)

Anyway, keep telling your stories. I enjoy them when taking a break. You made me smile with the last one.

1:32 PM  
Blogger Deb said...'ve always got a word of encouragement that makes me feel somewhat "normal". Thank you, and glad I was of some entertainment value. I'll tell you, I'm hurting a little more today.

6:34 PM  

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