January 9, 2011

Oink, Oink!




I’m a note hog. That’s it. And Sunday no one leaves notes. What I am going to do is do a shower, eat lunch, and dash off to see “The Kings Speech,” selfishly saving my middle finger that seems to have developed a painful split in the tip too. Giving me a chance to read some of you-all furthermore. Monday I’ll leave a nice post and get lots of notes….and my finger will be much improved through all this inaction besides.

10 comments:

  1. Good for you. I don't do theaters during sneezing season. Saving Colin for DVD.

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  2. Hi Maggie, quick note to tell you that Tif wrote to say she bought the garlic peeler at Williams and Sonoma. Musings

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  3. hope you try putting vasoline on it under a glove....it might help.

    Enjoy the movie.

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  4. Lucky you. The King's Speech hasn't opened here yet. They dub over all foreign films, which makes watching such a marvelous film that has to do with the power of identity through speech totally useless. I'll have to wait for the DVD to come out, which could take another year. Sigh! I hope you like it.

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  5. I will probably see it on DVD because I am too far from the theater to drive out on such a cold day. Rest up those typing fingers!!

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  6. ou are a noteworthy person in my not so humble opinion. Enjoy your day!!!!

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  7. Be sure to let us know what you think of the film. I would like to see it. But so far have been too cheap to buy a ticket. Plus, the husband always has to buy lotsa treats, so it is way too expensive.

    Love Colin Firth, though.

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  8. Note - try that heel crack stuff. Works wonders and smells kind of iteresting. How did you like the movie? I want to see it!

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  9. Maggie, I am a note hog, too. And I, too, notice that Saturdays and Sundays there are a dearth of comments. :( So sad!

    I've heard that movie is fantastic. Hope you enjoyed it.

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Please, take just a moment to leave me a note. I really appreciate notes.

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