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Whew! What a week. The government turned Democrat, the world turned upside down, the leaves turned golden and the blogosphere turned blue. I'm beat! Is it just me or have you noticed the quiet in here?
I'll try again with the Obama administration. They're getting a puppy. Hey! I know a really
Then later that evening I was nearly thrown off the Doctor Blogstein Radio Happy Hour for cheating on the Get Back Trivia Game. Who knew which President's brother owned a beer company? I said Bill Clinton. (Sorry, Sir) Who KNEW which President's nickname was Bubba? I said Jimmy Carter (sorry, Sir). Vinny/Bond tried to
It was no-can-d0 Miss Pencil Skirt. Where is his sense of humor? And poof! No prize for moi. I demand a recount!! At least I got to talk about Peace Globes and the handsome Doc said I was "delightful"...yippee! Does delightful win me a prize? I didn't think so....
We elected Barack Obama as President of The United States. I did my part. They gave me a sticker. I wanted a lollipop. They were not amused.
BlogBlast For Peace dawned November 6th. Forty-eight hours later there had been 1833 hits on this site, hundreds of peace globes were in my mailbox or linked here - the biggest launch ever. It was AMAZING. We added four new countries to the list this time: Czech Republic, Mexico, Zimbabwe and Japan. I am still counting globes and documenting the event. Go HERE for updates and watch for your globe to appear in the gallery.
Doctor Anonymous and I had a fabulous time wrapping up Peace Globe Day on his popular show Thursday night. We reminisced about the very first BlogBlast in 2006, I ranted (yes, me!) about the
I went for a walk to clear my pencil head.
It was Peace Week, so I hugged a tree.
Read over 200 amazing peace posts.
I'm still reading and will share some of my discoveries in the coming week.
Finally, in an effort to make peace with Doc Blogstein, I sent him a lovely cake made with my own hands, offered to be his cheeto and ask him nicely if I could be on his show again. I thought it was decent of him to send this note.