A nanny would be quite nice.Also: a personal masseuse on call.Ahhh, I can feel it already.
Oh I so relate to publishing the novel bit and blogging. The tension between blogging and writing my novel... it always persists in my mind. The thighs example cracked me up. Thanks for the chuckle this morning. Have a great holiday weekend.
I'd like quite plenty of magic.For the house and the thighs...And the magically written manuscripts, yep.May we all have magical Fridays. :)
When I first started blogging and was trying to get my rusty brain into gear I wrote a post about wanting a magic fairy who would, at the click of my fingers, transform me from my just rolled out of bed state into a suitable and presentably attired, coiffed and made up Mom for the day, in the process also cleaning up the bathroom, making the bed and ensuring all the clothes were picked up, washed, ironed and put away tidily. That's still my dream - if I could get that stuff that starts the day off (or rather in my case doesn't get done so much any more) all done in the time it takes to click my fingers everything else would be manageable. Although if someone could also fix all my wobbly bits too, then even better :-)
You made me laugh out loud! Putting exercise, writing, and nannyall together makes me realize thatI am way too ambitious sometimes.Until the nanny shows up (ha!)maybe the rest should wait too.
That was awesome. Especially, "I'll get right on that "exercise/ Right after the nanny gets here."If I had 6 words to express my wish:I wish I had chocolate pudding.(With a lot of whipped cream)Probably wouldn't help the thigh issuesBut right now I don't care
Jiggly thighs are a total buzzkill.I'll take the nanny; stat please.I want a hairball-free feline,Who doesn't hack up nasty bitsWaking me before the damn sunrise.
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