I’ve had a couple of subscribers sign up for email alerts since my final post here at An Alien Parisienne, so I wanted to create a “top post” that reiterates I will no longer be posting at this site. This blog is now closed.
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So there was this meme going around and I was tagged a couple of times to participate. We’ll call it “Ten Questions.” I am very pleased to participate! I am placing Ten Questions of my own at the bottom of this post, and I am tagging YOU. Yes, you, the person reading this. If you like the questions, and want to answer, consider yourself tagged, and pass it on! 🙂 Feel free to post your answers in comments or in a blog of your own. If you chose to post them, do me a favor and put your link to your post in the comments here so I can go and check it out. Thank you! Onward to the questions…
Flowers at Père Lachaise Cemetery, 26 October 2009
Well, I am almost finished with one week out of four of trying to write at least 50k words on this blog. I stand this morning at 18, 394 words, which I arrived at by adding up the word counts that WordPress generously provides at the end of each post. I will likely have to take the weekend off: PJ writes and surfs the ‘net a lot on weekends, his kids are often here on weekends — they will be here just on Sunday this weekend, though — and then on Sunday we are also having lunch at the home of one of PJ’s co-workers. So I am guessing this post is it until Monday. I could use a couple of days off. Yesterday’s activities and post kind of took a lot out of me, too.
I have a lot on my brain today, starting with a bout of homesickness. The reasons why are going to have to be in the realm of where I go a little into the fiction of omission, though. Continue reading