Friday, March 16, 2007

Oops


Sorry, folks, for the lack of a post. I realized in the middle of the night that I hadn't written one.

We traveled from Idaho to California yesterday, and as soon as we hit home here I was going through two weeks of mail and trying to figure out how to navigate this house. I've ordered some things to help but they haven't arrived yet. Oh, except for the shower seat--which didn't fit our extra large bathtub. And the cast coverer--which also didn't fit. Sigh.

So, uh, talk amonst yourselves, okay? Tell a joke, write a rhyme, do something. It's Friday!

See you back here Monday.

12 comments:

C.J. Darlington said...

Tricia Goyer is in the midst of a blog tour for her novel A Valley of Betrayal. I'm up to bat for a post tomorrow, so I'd love it if you all would stop by my blog (and while you're at it, support Tricia and buy A Valley of Betrayal.

C.J. Darlington said...
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C.J. Darlington said...

And here's one of my favorite jokes of the moment. http://www.chainletters.net/?item=791

Karen Wevick said...

Brandilyn
I think that the lack of a post this morning was really a suspense technique to get our attention. Questions such as, "Did she try race car driving with a cast?" or "Did GG grab her crutches and walker, leaving her stranded?" crossed my mind this morning. I was waiting for another post from Gayle...
Glad you made it home ok.
Blessings,

Becky said...

I'm the worst at remembering jokes, but Ron Estrada had a funny in his latest post. Check out the Today's News paragraph, and be prepared for satire.

Becky

Christina Berry said...

How many writers does it take to change a lightbulb?

C.J. Darlington said...

I give up.

Kelly Klepfer said...

Chuck Norris didn't use a computer to write his book. He just stared real hard at the paper.

Nicole said...

Hey, are we advertising here? Cool. Please visit me anytime at hopeofglory.typepad.com/into_the_fire.
If you check the archives, you'll find interviews with Karen Ball, James Scott Bell, and John Robinson, among others.

For BC: Isaiah 49:13

(And C.J.'s site and interviews are excellent.)

Richard Mabry said...

Christina--A writer can't change a lightbulb. For that, they need an agent and an editor.

Nicole said...

Too funny, Richard!

Christina Berry said...

Richard, that's great! We're sending out our next newsletter with a contest for who can come up with the funniest answer to the joke. You might just win if you sign up at www.ashberrylane.net

;-)