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I've discovered a few people have made their way here via Google searches looking for the following:

Lonely Puss
Don't cry over spilled milk
I'm not afraid to go back to jail

Odd how people find you online, isn't it? There are more, but I thought those were interesting. At least I'm not popping up on porn searches. I mean, I'm not, right?

Right? ::tap tap tap::: Is this thing on? Hellooooo?


  1. Hey Pamela! You've got a great blog.

    I really like it!

  2. Thanks chaptechie, that's kind of you to say. And welcome.

  3. That is an interesting combo??
    I found you under
    Who will ride the sacred ostrich through the flaming hoop on Equinox Day?

  4. How weird. I'd love to know how people find my blog... or would I?

    LOL at "sacred ostrich"

  5. No one mocks the sacred ostrich!

  6. So am I the only one who came here via "Bawdy wench needs good seeing-to"?

  7. Hey, you got what you were looking for, right?

  8. OK, Pamela, you win today's award for making me laugh the most.

  9. ::claps hands::: What did I win and when can I collect my prize??

  10. Pammy. I was distraught when I thought I'd upset you. I'm so sorry about my Caracas joke - it was not nice. x.

  11. Pamela, I thank you so much for dropping in on me and your your words touched my soul.

    I love the photo, don't know if it's you, but the eyes and glasses have a look of sassyness, to say the least --- and very becoming.

    Hope you have a nice day --- sending peace and blessings to you and your love ones.

  12. "I'm not afraid to go back to jail"

    Cool!, how many people can say that?
    Congrats ;-)

  13. Liguid Plastic ~yes, that is me in the picture. Hubby took that photo while we were on our way to a family wedding last month. And yes, I'm quite sassy and get in trouble for it a lot of the time. Thanks for stopping by here. Your blog has touched me tremendously.

    Tom, you've broken my heart so often I don't think it's mendable. I think you need to come over here and kiss it better. :grin:

    The whole 'I'm not afraid to go back to jail' thing is in a post I made about what my husband was practicing saying before our oldest had her first date. We're just here to intimidate.

  14. actually, you found me (and boy am i ever grateful) how did you find me?

  15. Anna, I think I simply hit the 'next blog' button and there you were.

    Funny how that happens, hmm?

  16. Anna, I think I simply hit the 'next blog' button and there you were.

    Funny how that happens, hmm?


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