Too Much To Tell

That’s what one of our grandsons used to say when we asked him what was new. This was back when he told me that “Darfaideh was a powfajenight,” which I eventually translated into, “Darth Vader was a powerful Jedi Knight.”

#4 Daughter aced her first college test. No, this is not the seed of a Christmas Newsletter. I’m just sayin’.

A chicken is missing. We have a BOLO out on her. A BOLO, I’ve learned from watching tv, is Be On the LookOut. So now you know.

A friend got good news on her house sale, which is like a Sweet Little Baby Jesus miracle these days.

I won a dozen donuts and a free eBook from Kaye George‘s comment contest. Imma get CUSTARD ONES!!!

Okay, I didn’t say they were big important newses to you, but they are to me, and it’s my freakin’ blog, yes? There’s more, but I’m on my way to pick up Mom and go to a benefit breakfast. We should be back in time to go to a benefit lunch. I forget what’s being benefited, but it sure ain’t my waistline.

WRITING PROMPT: Make a list of ten things that are important to your main character that wouldn’t be important to the public at large.

MA

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I was born in Louisville, Kentucky, but now live in the woods in southern Indiana. Though I only write fiction, I love to read non-fiction. The more I learn about this world, the more fantastic I see it is.

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      Marian Allen
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      September 20, 2011 at 8:36am

      Thanks for visiting, Ileane! I love CLP, even though GASP isn’t my friend just now. I think it works TOO well. I was missing my spommenters (spam commenters).

      They use APB (All Points Bulletin) on most cop shows, but on NCIS (navy) they say BOLO. Yeah, I watch too much television. 😉

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