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Friday, September 29, 2006

Chez Kneel: What is wrong with BUGS?

Chez Kneel: What is wrong with BUGS?

I was invited to guest blog a post or two at the Bugblaster's blog. He invited me way back on Septemeber 1, I think. I only just sent him my very short, shallow, post on Monday. He posted it today. It is a good thing he had asked many people to guest blog and that he hadn't been depending on me! I am such a slacker, such a "half-way" these days.

Antonio, I haven't forgotten!

Maybe it is because growing a person takes a lot of energy. That will be my excuse for the next couple o' months.


  • Thanks again Rose!!! And your second post will be there early next week.

    By Blogger BugBlaster, at 9/29/2006 1:11 PM  

  • I read your guest post.

    Ummm! Good!

    By Blogger Joe, at 9/29/2006 2:37 PM  

  • how are you doing ?

    By Blogger jel, at 9/29/2006 5:31 PM  

  • Good job Rose~

    What's for dinner?

    By Blogger J. Wendell, at 9/30/2006 7:13 AM  

  • I am always surprised when work women are able to work full time during a pregnancy! It's like they have two full time jobs.

    God bless.

    By Blogger H K Flynn, at 9/30/2006 9:22 AM  

  • You're welcome bug.

    Hi Joe!
    Long time no see. I am glad I could get your mouth waterin'.

    It depends on what I can catch.

    Hi Jodie,
    Actually, I only work part time - a measly 15-18 hours per week.

    I am also amazed at full time mothers. I could never do that.

    By Blogger Rose~, at 9/30/2006 10:40 AM  

  • When my sister was pregnant with her first child (sometime when i was 12 or 13) she would always use her pregnancy for an excuse. She left notes saying she couldn't do the chores or make the bed, or what have you, saying that she was pregnant (as if that was good enough).

    I want to have more children. My wife says "No way!" not until she does not have to work.

    I don't know how "mummies" do it. I think it has something to do with "estrogen" and other hormones in women. The emotions drive them toward being the supreme parent and homemaker. Unfortunately for us men, those same hormones can spill over to us when we watch football.

    I once read that breast-feeding releases another type of hormone that calms mothers down. I wonder if there is a synthetic on the market...

    Just my thoughts...


    PS: Rose, I hope you know that I am only half kidding!

    By Blogger Antonio, at 9/30/2006 2:22 PM  

  • Rose,

    Your post wasn't derived from some odd pregnancy craving you were having one night was it? :)

    By Blogger Mary, at 10/01/2006 2:25 PM  

  • Rose, the talking about Jim Morisson on Matthew's blog made me remember my favorite poem. I thought you might like it because of its title and content:

    the Rosetree by William Blake:

    A Rose was offered to me
    such a Flower as May never bore
    but I said, "I have a pretty Rosetree"
    and I passed the sweet flower o'er

    I went to my pretty Rosetree
    to tend it by day and by night
    But the Rose turned away in jealousy
    and its Thorns were my only delight

    By Blogger Antonio, at 10/01/2006 9:04 PM  

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