7 Replies to “1 in 197… Everybody Should Be So Lucky.”

  1. I’ve been wondering what has happened to you…been posting like crazy!

    Hope it’s nothing serious.

    Les Says: Nah. Nothing serious. Crappy day. I don’t have many of those lately, so this one kind of caught me off guard, is all.

  2. Mh šŸ™

    Hope you are alright?!

    Les Says: Yeah – it’s all good now. I felt better right after I posted. Stupid little cranky things getting me down.

  3. Mh šŸ™

    Hope you are alright?!

    (And why do I always get error messages when trying to comment on your post? šŸ™ )

    Les Says: ROTFL! Sorry. My blog is “broke” – I thought I had the error messages fixed, but now, you get the error messages, and it doesn’t bother to tell me you even commented. Rest assured – they’re posting – apparently my blog just doesn’t want you to know…

  4. 1 in 197? We’re going to need some more details. I don’t like those odds.

    Les Says: I meant “1 bad day in 197”. See? Doesn’t sound so bad now, does it? It all makes sense in my own head – just never occurs to me that you all can’t read my mind, I guess. What’s the matter with you people?! šŸ˜€

  5. I hope this is not medical, Les. Maybe 1 in 197 people get annoyed when hearing a UPS truck idle three houses down the street. (I’d be that 1 in 197 over here in the States.)

    Sending shet bag vibes from Michigan your way.

    Les Says: Hey, I have three snowploughs idling outside my window for 30 minutes at a time, three times a night. Every. Time. It. Snows. I’ll trade for your UPS truck (that comes WITH the driver, right?!), any day.

    Thanks for the vibes – they help. šŸ™‚

  6. 1 in 197 — what is going ON? (picture old petulant person stamping foot…) We absolutely need more.

    Les Says: I ‘splained that in a “further up” comment – you’ll have to come back to read it. šŸ˜‰ Sorry. All is well. Now. Damn, I AM cryptic, aren’t I? LOL!

    PS – You’re so cute when you stamp your foot, Elle!

  7. Very personal. I like it, although sometimes I think we reveal a little too
    much of ourselves online. Could it be the anonymity that is giving us the
    courage? I think so. Nice blog.

    –Pro Gobbler dot Net

    Les Says: Thanks for the visit. I don’t know about “anonymity”, as I’ve always used my real identity, but I don’t really have many revelations to reveal anymore anyway… šŸ™‚

    Hope you come back soon!

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