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August 04, 2009


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Da Goddess

Yeah. I get that. But sometimes it would be nice to get it and then whine about it later, wouldn't it?


So decisive you are! Just like me!

Cactus Petunia

Huh? What? Crap! All my balls just hit me on the head. *%$&#!

noe noe girl

I hear ya girlfriend loud and clear!

Suzanne Broughton

I know exactly what you mean! and so does the guy who was the model for that gold mask, so that's three of us who have felt that way.
PS It's just a matter of time before you are bigger than Ellen :)


Oh, I hear you loud and clear from Maryland, girlfriend. I mean Blister.

Kathi D

If it helps any, I have had the flipside of those feelings, too.

WHY did I agree to do this? Did I really need something else in my life? Can I stress myself out any more? Is it too soon to quit? Would it work if I pretend to faint?

Audubon Ron

Balls are overrated. Especially with a burning laptop fan motor in the crotch. Tell me more about Mendocino.

grandma j

LOL, the faces of foolery?


I'm so sorry/happy (sappy? horry? sorappy?) for you. I DO know that feeling, and it is not fun.


Feeling conflicted, sugar?

I guess when someone's feeling disaliefment, the correct consolation is: "Congratulations, I'm sorry."

Shade and Sweetwater,


I am so confused ... however I am glad you have resolved this issue with rapid dispatch.. slow dispatch rarely works

Bob Cleveland

Uhhhh .....

Audrey at Barking Mad!

I'm not coordinated enough to handle any more than two balls.

Chesapeake Bay Woman

Those damn balls always get in the way, don't they?

Pick yourself up, slap yourself in the face, toss back some nectar of the gods, remember that you're exactly where you're supposed to be, unless you're supposed to be in a BLog Fest movie, in which case we're behind and need to get crackin' on pitching that to somebody, feel sorry for the thing/people/whateaver you didn't get, and then look for something new.

The preceeding message brought to you courtesy of exhaustion and life-threatening lack of caffeine.

Blog. Fest. Movie. You can do it!

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