Wednesday, February 2, 2011

Did You Bring Your Agenda?

We will now call this meeting to order. Having dispensed with the reading of the minutes of our last meeting, let's begin with old business.

1. Thank you.
Thanks for the comments of support on this post. The text I got this morning from her sounded much better. When I write posts like that, I'm inclined to turn comments off because really, what can one say to that? But you always know just what to say and I appreciate that.

2. Blog stuff
I haven't stopped reading you if you blog. I've just been away from the computer more than usual. The driving, the writing, the mom stuff, the badminton championship and clogging lessons. Time consuming! Please accept my apologies.

On to new business.

1. Mystery solved!
We now know why the chicken crossed the road. Answer here at Life Just Keeps Getting Weirder. I did a survey for Anna and the results are posted over there.

This concludes this brief meeting of the - - what are we again? Nevermind. I have to take off again. I have a couple of characters locked in battle and if I don't get back there, the wrong one might bleed to death. Thank you for attending.

Here's a little traveling music for you.


  1. Glad to hear things are on the upswing. That's a frightening thing indeed.

    I missed your earlier post.

    Wishing you and your family peace.

  2. I'm sorry I was late to the meeting. Have you gone over why someone tried to expense a receipt from one of the strippers who went to Dallas to fill the shortage for the Super Bowl? I would really like to know who was dumb enough to try to expense that. More importantly, I would like to know which stripper gives receipts!

  3. I will forgive you as long as you show video of you at your clogging lessons.;-)
    Loved Anna's post. Highlarious!

    Sending you all kinds of good thoughts.

  4. Good to hear the communication is still there and sounding better.

    Now excuse me while I listen to that tune again.

  5. Glad to hear things are back to normal.

    Where you live, you need to keep up your clogging lessons!! Can't have the neighbors laughing at you and calling you a "Damn Yankee", wait, you are!!

  6. Clogging lessons?

    I your dear one is on the path to happiness, but you know, you remember, growing up is God awful.

  7. I haven't stopped reading you if you blog.

    You have been missed. :-)

  8. I'm so glad to hear things are a teensy bit better. I was one of those who just didn't know what to say after the last post. Young adulthood is so rough sometimes.

    But no matter what you think, Lisa, you're an amazing mom. I can just tell.

  9. Lisa, that's the best meeting I've been to in awhile.

    Glad it's a bit better.

  10. will you lead all my work meeting from here on out? i'll webex you in. then we can go play the snow...because we're badass like that.

  11. I missed the contest but I want to say I envisage a world where all chickens will be free to cross roads without having their motives called into question.

    Glad to hear things are improving. Kids are resilient little buggers, aren't they?

  12. You can't host a meeting without providing coffee and donuts. Southern hospitality me arse.

  13. Im happy your daughter is doing better. And with all that "driving, writing, mom stuff, badminton championship and clogging lessons" Im amazed you have time to post blogs for our reading enjoyment!

  14. There's our girl. Back in the saddle, via chickens. XO

  15. Just caught up here and am glad I read this post before the earlier one - glad she seems to be better. College is a difficult time; maybe she was just feeling overwhelmed and panicky. I hope she keeps doing well - my thoughts are with all of you.


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