Monday, November 26, 2007


Oh, the long slog of this blogging month. I'll probably post more often than I did before this challenge, but not every day.

On days like this, when I've spent hours balancing my checkbook, I'm not sure you want to hear about a storyteller's life. It's not so interesting. This office stuff is also necessary, so when I go to visit my favorite tax advisor in the spring, I'll be ready. Boring, though.

I did have a nice break this afternoon. I responded to a freecycle request for a bubble wand this morning (I had an extra bubble gun, a battery operated item certainly made in China). I've received quite a few things from this freecycler, so I was happy to be able to give him something he wanted. His six-year-old son has been listening to my stories on a nifty stuffed animal mp3 player (hard to describe, but it works). They came over for the bubble gun and I showed Alex some of my puppets. He was an excellent audience. I also showed the puppets to his baby brother, who was startled by them all. Sometimes children who are the same size as Trixie find her unsettling.

Then on to the post office, the bank, the library. I'd better stop this before I fall asleep. ZZZZZZzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz


Erin said...

Hi Priscilla! I am loving your blog! Good to see some friendly faces in the blogosphere. I hope you're well, and I will remain an avid reader.

Erin McDowell

PS Love the picture.

Erin said...

oh, and the search for the best pie is a noble one. perhaps we should have a bake off. I make a decent pie, but I'm sure there's room for improvement. And if you called yourself the judge, all you'd have to do is show up and eat.