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Saturday, December 23, 2006

A little bit of a funny

Yesterday, hubs was home the bulk of the day and decided that he would go thru the Xmas cards we had received. I am back here working dilligently and he comes back with a stack and goes "Um, I don't know any of these people and who are these kids?" It was all you all. Is it strange that I don't find it at all odd that I was able to say: "Oh, that's Kami - we have bonded over the beauty that is Y&R." "Oh, that's Pissy (but I said her real name) and I do believe she is my long lost sister." and "Oh, that's Nicole - I heart her even though she posts never and I do plan to steal her girl child's name for my kid's middle name." And on and on through the stack.

See, to me, that is perfectly normal. I guess to other people that would seem odd considering I have laid eyes on a total of none of you all, but to be honest, you chicks out there in the blog world have been better friends to me than the bulk of the people I know in real life. I love that you let me get a small glimpse into your worlds and I am thankful for the advice and insight some of you have given to me about my world. It's helpful. It's fun.

So thanks, internets. Thanks for being there this past almost 2 years. Thanks for listening to me bitch and complain and moan and worry and cry and stress and stab people in necks. I hope that this next year brings me to meet a few of you all so I can truly say to the hubs "Oh, you remember her, right? That's my friend."

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Elizabeth at 12:26 PM



at 2:17 PM Blogger Tammy said...


What a great post SFG. I didn't get off my lazy ass and do cards this year. I know. I suck.

at 4:58 PM Blogger Pissy Britches said...

Too funny!
Over half of our cards came from my blogging bitches also. Monty was like WTF?

You are my long lost sister. I heart you.
Merry Christmas to you and the Hubs!

at 5:57 PM Blogger Nap Queen said...

Crap! We didn't exchange addresses! I know what you mean about the friend thing though. I have a handful of true friends IRL, but so many more online. I can't wait to meet you!

at 6:50 PM Blogger suburban mom said...

That's awesome :)

at 9:23 PM Blogger Tammy said...

The Cheese Fries are located off of I-30. Exit Beltline. They are right off the highway.

at 11:14 PM Blogger Cat said...

You Know, the husband just wouldn't understand. I didn't exchange addresses with my blog friends this year, but I just may have to next year. They are awesome.

Have a Great Christmas!!!

at 11:14 PM Blogger Cat said...

I meant the HUSBANDS! not just mine. LOL

at 7:09 AM Blogger JD's Rose said...

Merry Christmas!!!


at 10:47 AM Blogger Cheeky said...

Yep, I get those little eye rolling looks from Mr. Cheeky too whenever I get something in the mail from my blogger buds! Funny, I got more cards from my blogger friends than people I know IRL.....

Merry Christmas SFG!

Oh as a side note - I thought about you last night as we went to the wing joint to play some trivia - I was kicking some bootay and thought SFG would probably give me a run for my money...hehe

at 10:59 AM Blogger Kami said...

That's funny! We just really enjoyed Pissy's WORK card. That said "Don't hate."

at 9:52 AM Blogger Sheri & SuZan said...

Yep...I feel the same way. Real friendships are made here.

Merry Christmas!


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