768. Lavinia’s blog

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My name is Lavinia. This is my blog. I call it Smudgy-Wudgy-Kitchy-Koo, Author. Here is today’s posting:

I would like to thank all my followers, and everyone who has given me a like. Without you no one would read my blog.

At the moment I have writer’s block. It’s terrible to be an author and have writer’s block. It’s when you can’t think of anything to say. That’s why I’m taking this opportunity to thank everyone who follows my blog, while I think of something to say.

Another thing I could do, while I have writers block, is to post some poems and to reblog my friends. Also, thank you to everyone who comments on my blog. I love getting comments and also on Facebook and Twitter and Tumblr and if anyone wants to reblog this I would appreciate it and also give you a like. I have been reblogged eight times by my friends.

Also I want to thank Partridge in a Peach Tree for nominating my blog as the Most Inspiring Blog on the Web!!!! I have to say forty-one things about myself and nominate twenty-seven other inspiring bloggers who also have the most inspiring blogs on the web. I shall answer those questions in a future posting. Partridge in a Peach Tree yah!

Thank you for reading. And to think!!! This is only my second posting.

45 thoughts on “768. Lavinia’s blog

        1. Bruce Goodman Post author

          I read one blog – almost two years ago now – which SERIOUSLY said (paraphrased): I have finished writing all the words for my novel in November. Does anyone know of an editor who could put them in order?

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      1. arlingwoman

        Noelle and I are so often on the same page. You are a master of satire. Goodness, I could see this person in my tiny little brain while eating Jack Monroe’s cauliflower pasanda. Yum. Did you ever curry the chard? You don’t have chard yet, do you? That’s coming along…

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        1. Bruce Goodman Post author

          Thanks for the compliment! Yes, I have had the chard – and very nice too! We have chard 12 months of the year here. In fact, so much at present that I pull one plant out daily and give it to my very discerning goat! The chard curry recipe has gone into my file with the “use often” tag! Today the patio sun umbrella went up! And some lettuces got transplanted. We use a lettuce a day, and a cucumber a day! Neither are ready yet!

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