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Sunday, June 12, 2005

(*) Where did everybody go...?

The world of blogging seems to have gotten rather quiet over the last few weeks... no-one [well, my 'regulars', that is...] seems to be blogging as much as they have been... hmmm... wonder what's going on with people? Perhaps... [gasp!] they have... have a... a... LIFE!!! Ack! pmsl!
Sitting on 3/10 for a few days, one after another, is just plain utterly exhausting! Sleeping, sleeping, sleeping... life is so blah in a major way. Nah, it's alright, Paige... life just seems to be an endless series of colliding circles presently...

Week 123
I say ... and you think ... ?

  1. Wally:: Howardson Jr, Vice-captn of the Oberon Ladies Aux. Bowls-and-Hurling Team.
  2. Phantom:: Bantam - the chook who could not fly.
  3. Slippery:: ocean rock platforms at Bermagui
  4. Fungus:: the Bogeyman
  5. Slot:: on the Landscape, with Nanny Whip...
  6. Type:: Typo - carp
  7. Discharge:: North Head c.1988
  8. "We need to talk”:: "Why, would anyone be listening...?!"
  9. On the spot:: Running - The Jam
  10. Liquid:: Paper


On June 13, 2005 5:57 AM, Blogger Zinnia Cyclamen said...

Hi Mal, I'm still here! Sorry to hear you've hit a tough patch - probably not surprising given the last few months - hang in there, this too will pass. And glad to hear about your work with Norm, I bet his time with you is really valuable for him.

On June 13, 2005 3:32 PM, Blogger caroline said...

don't worry Mal it will get better.

You can see how much people care about ya...And that's just by reading your blog on a daily basis. I bet in person there are plenty of people that love to be around ya. If i am ever in know..

On June 17, 2005 1:17 PM, Blogger broomhilda said...

I'm still around Mal, just off having a torrid affair and have been too exhausted to blog, LOL!
I hope you're well.


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