Wednesday, December 30, 2009

What does it say about me

that the two favorite things I was gifted encourage sitting around? My husband gave me a heated throw. Brilliant! Not as large as a blanket, perfect for keeping warm on the sofa. In case my heated throw left my arms exposed, Lucy gave me a snuggie. And not just a snuggie. Oh no. A leopard print snuggie. Fabulous! I look fierce while chillaxin in mah snuggie. (taking bets on how many more times I can say 'snuggie' in this post*)

SweetieDarling gave me Love's Baby Soft! Do you remember that from junior high? Not only do I look fierce, I smell good too. Silas picked me out a lovely watch so I can time how long I lounge around.

While I'm all wrapped up and cozy (in my snuggie), I'm reflecting on 2009 (blargh, patooie, hiss) and pondering 2010 (tentative optimism). Please do share what lovelies you were gifted with so I can be happy for you. I hope you got a snuggie.


Friday, December 25, 2009

Merry Christmas!

May you enjoy the company of good friends...

May large, pig like creatures NOT try to eat your hat...

May you have much peace.

Tuesday, December 15, 2009

This post is not password protected

I was wondering if you'd be willing to share some of your vast store of knowledge and wisdom with me? Please? I have encountered a situation here in bloggyland that I don't know how to handle. If someone password protects a post, how am I supposed to respond?

Do I email them and ask for the password? That seems a little presumptuous to me. If they wanted me to have the password, wouldn't they have sent it to me? Of course, that seems a bit egotistical as well. Assuming that everyone I read would think to send me the password. Hell, half the people I read don't even know I read them.

Do I assume that they're writing about me and that everyone in the world has the password except me and you're all talking about it? (j/k on that one. Even I'm not that narcissistic)

What if I email and ask for it (which I did once) and they don't respond (which she didn't). I took this to assume that she didn't want me to read the post. duh But an email saying "hey, it's personal, no offense, quit stalking me you freak" would have been appreciated.

So, what is the universally accepted, correct, courteous and proper way to handle password protected posts? Please do share before I embarrass myself further.