Still ironing out the wrinkles

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Year-struck is being Freshly Pressed, and it’s taking a long time to get all of the wrinkles out. Sadly, only Yearstricken’s blog is wrinkle-free now. What with all the visitors, she considered getting freshly stretched by plastic surgery but that requires money. She’ll be back tomorrow as wrinkly as ever.

 

(Note to new readers: The Freshly Pressed post was from last week and was a lead-in to the post that followed, Math has Problems. Thank you for reading, commenting, and following.)

 

 

 

34 thoughts on “Still ironing out the wrinkles

    • I hope to publish a regular post tomorrow.

      If you’d like some whine for dinner: There have been a lot of “likes” in my email that I have to get through. I need to go through the comments one by one because a few are spam. Plus I feel I should visit the blogs of the people that followed. 🙂

  1. I had another friend FP’d yesterday, too (Childhood Relived). I hope all of the bloggers (almost wrote bloogers) who read your FP’d post (and CR’s FP’d post – writig like this is making me feel young – now I get it) will click randomly around your blogs and read some of your excellent posts (any of them) because you are two of the best writers out there in the blogosphere!

  2. Good for you!!! Most fabulous news of the day! Congratulations on a deeply deserved recognition–one that, I should hope, will bring further people to recognize the wonderful stuff you do here. I am so delighted about this, my friend!

  3. Not to copy, but I was also so happy and excited for you when I saw you were FP. Your writing is really wonderful, whether funny or serious. I hope many took the time to read some of your personal posts, because there is so much great writing there and so much for a reader to gain.

    Congratulations, you deserve a wide audience!

  4. Thanks so much. Yours was one of the first blogs I found and I enjoyed reading your posts and reading the thoughtful comments. I’m so glad we can be blog friends. Thank you for your kind words.

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