Ooh, exciting . . .
So it’s a good show, is it? It’s something I’ve been meaning to try but I don’t want to get into a show my boyfriend can’t watch with me.
This is a propo(s) of nada, but I didn’t know where else to say it…thank you for your mighty fine blogroll which I have just spent about an hour flicking back and forth from while I rejuvenate my reader.
NO problem, though like many other things in my life at present the link section is looking a little neglected.
And Amy – it’s definitely worth watching.
Love it!Can’t wait. The hubby and I look forward to putting kids to bed and enjoying the thrills and freak outs! The books are fun too.
Just wrote a long comment about how I hope it stays smart and doesn’t sink under its own need to ‘out top’ itself, etc. but that just seems picky 😉
Ah, the old morning-spent-composing-a-comment-I-then-deleted trick. Don’t you hate that?
Yes, both when it’s accidental and also when one has the oh-god-I’m-not-qualified
ps. wow this look is new! The comment box is a touch wider than the column, so I’m
having to press ‘return’ so I can see what I’m saying rather than spilling over, just fyi
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