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Just a Quick Hello!

If you're looking for my poetry entry for Shelly Brown's Poetry Schmoetry blogfest, click here.

Today, I am a guest blogger at Dean C. Rich's The Write Time, where I babble about finding time to write in between household chores, calls for apple juice drinks and sweet snacks, and why the heck do I subject myself to the lunacy of being a "writer mom". Please come by and visit!

I know I haven't been online much these past few days, but I gave myself a challenge today (since I AM a lunatic) to visit and comment on all of your blogs (the ones that are in my Google Reader, not every blog in the blogosphere!). I give myself 24 hours to do this (*crazy lady alert*), so if I'm following you that means you're getting a comment from me between right now and tomorrow by the same time. If I don't make it...well, let's hope I make it.

Have a great day, my wonderful friends! Thank you for the all the comments you guys have left me here. Know that I've read them all and I truly appreciate them with all my heart. <3

20 comments:

Jen said...

Woot! I love comments :)

Anita Grace Howard said...

Woohoo, comments ROCK! LOL. Have fun bringing sunshinge to the blogasphere. See you laters!

Anita Grace Howard said...

Oh, and that was supposed to say sunshine. But I guess since the sun can singe, you can call that a Freudian "shlip" and move on. HEH

Lynda R Young said...

popping on over

T.S. Welti said...

This is why we love you, because you are crazy enough to try to read and comment on everyone's blog in 24 hours. Being a writer mom is definitely not for the feint of heart. You execute the job with such precision and grace. I'm off to read your post on Dean's site. :)

Small Town Shelly Brown said...

Cherie, you are so darn AWESOME!

Jenny Woolf said...

Thanks for dropping by - yes it is quite time consuming visiting blogs but also fun to see what everyone is up to. You can see how blogging becomes a fulltime occupation for some people though! :)

Miranda Hardy said...

I see you love a challenge. Lol good luck with the commenting.

catwoods said...

I'm nore than impressed with your personal challenge. I can't think of anything more time consumingly enjoyable than reading fellow writers' blogs.

Enjoy and thanks for commenting on my post at From the Write Angle and letting me follow you home!

hugs~

Liz Fichera said...

Very nice post on Dean's blog! And you're visiting all the blogs you follow?? Go, you! I try to visit all each week but only can visit a certain number each day.

Tanya Reimer said...

haha what challenge. I love lunatics, being one myself and all. Have fun, that is what life is all about!

Sean Thomas Fisher said...

You made it! I could never make all of those comments. I hate it when you comment, enter the word verification, hit enter and nothing really happens. The thing just spins and spins. Then you consider reposting but don't want to have two posts show up in a row... It's all very confusing sometimes, but nice job!

Sean Thomas Fisher said...

You made it! I could never make all of those comments. I hate it when you comment, enter the word verification, hit enter and nothing really happens. The thing just spins and spins. Then you consider reposting but don't want to have two posts show up in a row... It's all very confusing sometimes, but nice job!

LTM said...

aww... well, you lived up to your challenge. Great work! And have a super-relaxing weekend~ <3

cherie said...

Hi guys! Thank you for stopping by and offering words of support! I'm happy to say I made it! I will post my report a little bit later after I get back from my girl's swimming class.

*Sean, you crack me up!

*Anita, sunsinge...lol!

Lydia K said...

Hope you get all your blog hopping done! Thanks for stopping by. :)

Bethany C. said...

Comments are the best--especially when they look like this:

LOL

ROTFLMAO

PPRAMBB (purple people rock & make beautiful babies)

Love you, friend o' mine.

Stephen L. Duncan said...

I can't imagine being a mother (or a stay-at-home father in my case) and trying to find the time to write.

I'm so easily distrac...hey, a Groupon email!

Caitlin Vincent said...

You're impressive. Seriously impressive.

And I thoroughly enjoyed your interview. I cracked up over the whole feels-like-4-hours to get a little one dressed. With eight siblings (7 of them younger than me), I know the feeling. Time has a nasty habit of vanishing, doesn't it??

Nisa said...

Wow! If your google reader looks anything like mine (and I'm sure it does) that is very ambitious! Good luck!

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