Thursday, November 09, 2006

Crunch Time

Everyone is brutally busy with NaNoWriMo and a million other things, like surgery or writing screenplays or just general badger madness.

And I’m a lot busier than I have been… In ages. And that’s saying something.

However, some of it, for now, shall remain a secret. You will have to beat it out of me. Or Al who knows some but may have forgotten due to exhaustion. Because of the time difference, so it was late when I mentioned it. Grow up, people.

John knows some, and SW knows some but nobody knows everything.

Expect some news early next week. And theoretically, a normal blog post tomorrow.

Meanwhile, Uncle Charlie sent me photos of the best Halloween costumes. Or worst. I figured if I had to see them, I could share the horror.







Ever get the feeling places are reaching for something to make them special? Why is having the world’s highest wine cellar important?

20 comments:

S. W. Vaughn said...

Oh my God. I was almost okay with the pics. Wonder Woman there was kind of funny, even.

But the dude with the sheep... gah!!! LOL

I know somethin'! *evil laugh*

Thank you for confirming that everyone is indeed busy, and not in fact boycotting the blogs as I suspected. :-)

SAND STORM said...

OK you owe me a keyboard!

Anonymous said...

My eyes! My eyes!

Sandra Ruttan said...

SW, I forgot to put 'classic Welsh attire' below the guy with the sheep.

Yeah, everyone is super busy this month. Very quiet on the blogs, which isn't a bad thing.

Sand Storm, you should've seen my monitor when I opened that email!

I'm so sorry Bill. Well, kind of. ;)

angie said...

The blog cops are gonna get you for this...I can't figure out whether I should laugh, scream, cry or hurl (either invectives or stomach contents).

jason evans said...

After seeing those pictures, I don't think I'm ever going to be the same again.

Sandra Ruttan said...

I guess I need a PG-13 gif at the top. Or 'Warning: Vile Content' sign at the top.

Sandra Ruttan said...

I'm so sorry Jason. Well, in a 'trying not to laugh' kind of way.

lime said...

OMg....they are the most hilarious things i've seen in ages!!!

Sandra Ruttan said...

Thanks Lime - I guess I've scared away the regulars and attracted a whole new crowd, all with one post!

Anonymous said...

I'm still blind. Thank goodness I'm a touch typist.

Stephen Blackmoore said...

My god. And I thought Rickards was bad.

Busy is good. At least that's what I keep telling myself. Now if I can just figure out how to do this %^@#%^$@ next scene.

Lisa Hunter said...

I know what's taking up all your time -- you're recovering from having viewed those Halloween costumes.

Sandra Ruttan said...
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Sandra Ruttan said...

LOL Bill!

Stephen, you know I aspire to be more like John. ;)

Lisa, you might be right!

Anonymous said...

I was fine with the halloween costumes until I got to spiderman. Some people just should not be allowed to go trick or treating. Or really anywhere. Ew. norby

anne frasier said...

sandra,
you're baaaaahhhhhhd.

Daniel Hatadi said...

Sandra, you make the photo of that child under 'About Me' appear more diabolical every day.

Sandra Ruttan said...

I hear you Norby. And I agree. It's just one step beyond speedos and jogging while wearing spandex.

Ha ha Anne!

Daniel, just look at the enlargement of that photo of me. You'll see the evil gleam in my eye, even from the age of five. That's why I picked that photo!

Bonnie Calhoun said...

Uh, er...I think I'm gonna' need therapy!