I haven’t done a Comment Love Letter before. Wasn’t sure I wanted to. But this seems like a really good reason to do it:
For every person who participates and links up to COMMENT-LOVE LETTERS (on Tuesdays) with http://www.kerrisklutter.com/ Kerri will be donating $1 to Monkey…
Monkey is the 16 month old daughter of fellow blogger,
Michelle at Momma’s Pixie Dreams.
Last week Monkey’s parents sat in disbelief as they were informed that their little girl has neuroblastoma.
So here is my Comment Love Letter (“A fun and often hilarious way to show off the comment love received on the previous weeks posts”):
Dear Jb @ Homemaker’s Pensieve,
I’ve had similar experiences with food coloring. Once when I was a kid I dyed my middle finger green (accidentally) while coloring easter eggs. It took days to wash off and I was really immature and enjoyed asking everyone if they wanted to see “my green finger”. Ha ha.
I think you are more technical than weathermen!
Noooooo way! We had a freeze warning and I had to go out and cover all of my perennials. I used 10 sheets!!! But they made it – woo hoo!!!
I don’t mind rain on Mother’s Day, but if you are the one causing the thunderstorms during the night that wake me out of a sound sleep… please stop!
1:30 am is not a good time for noises that loud.
Popcorn and chocolate cake baby!
By the way….my spam code was “but syrup”. All I could think was “butt syrip” Gross!
Yum, yum yum!
I like mine too–though the dandelion spindles or whatever you call ‘em came up again overnight! holy cow
It is funny that the manual blades don’t like to cut dandelions or other weeds, but I just keep one of those garden prong diggy things (kinda looks like a large flat-head screwdriver) in my back pocket and pop ‘em out as I go.
The way to get a red light to change is to a) try to get your cell phone out of your purse b) try to open up a beverage bottle…………hahaha
Just thought I’d pass that on.
Sincerely, Your Favorite Commenter
Thanks to all my commenters, few though they may be! This was actually more fun than I thought it would be. (HEY, that rhymed! oops I’m a dork).