The kids thank you as well. They show their appreciation via this gratuitous doxie shot.
So, we decided to play another exciting round of Comment Round-Up today. Gather ’round!
First up? Not a question, but a comment from Cyndi B.:
Cha Cha…I always know that when I’m feeling crappy, you’ll post something that gives me a giggle. Thanks and have a great weekend!
Screaming for Chocolate asked:
…can you change your comment thing to allow other than google accounts? Please? 😉
You got it.
On my book report about Street Gang, Gertrude commented:
Do you have Sesame Street: Unpaved? It’s a really interesting behind-the-scenes look at the show – and makes a nice coffee table book too!
Dude. I totally have that book and love it! One year, my friend Sherrie and I gave each other that book for Christmas – and it wasn’t planned. We just both have excellent taste. While Street Gang is more about the stories behind the show, Unpaved is about the actual show, full of pictures and songs you forgot you knew. Love them both.
Lovely Iowa girl A piece of news lamented:
I miss the photo of you holding the dog. Will that ever be reinstated or must the mourning begin? Did I miss the announcement? Is it just my browser?
Oh, it’s not your browser. I just figured that after a year, people were probably sick of looking at my ass. But I guess not. So, ask and you shall receive!
Hope505 asked another pressing question:
Oh, pronunciation is always tricky. Sometimes I get nervous that I am mispronouncing basic words. Or that I’m using a family-only pronunciation. Like, for the longest time, Poochie pronounced “ambulance” as “ann-ee-blintz.” To this day, I have to concentrate any time I have to use that word.
What were we talking about again?
Oh, right. Noodleroux. It’s “noodle-roooooo.” What started out as a nickname for Foxie Doxie has morphed into this powerhouse media conglomerate. Who woulda thunk?
My invisible friend asked:
Why did you post that crazy post about your boobs and fried chicken? Have you ever heard of “oversharing?”
Yes, I’ve heard of “oversharing.” See also: my crazy Facebook friend / high school classmate Sandra (who, coincidentally, recently posted that she’s getting divorced for the fourth time. I’ve never even been married – how will I ever catch up?).
I posted the crazy post about my boobs and fried chicken to raise a little dinero for Susan G. Komen for the Cure – just leave a comment at the post and BlogHer will donate a $1! But mostly, I posted it because maybe it will help somebody. Maybe it will help me make sense of the whole deal. And maybe I just like talking about my rack, OK?