If I were a book, I would look like this.
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Thank you. 🙂
“You were always on my mind…. you were alllwayyss on myyy miind…”
“Someone left it on the porch… Someone lefft it onn the pooorrch”
Darn it! Ya stole my line, Robin! *g*
So YOU have the bottomless bottle of tequila! I’ve got the salt and limes! Last one standing wins! 😉
You don’t want to get involved in this game with me. There’s Sicilian and Irish in me. Good drinking genes.
I didn’t say it would be me! But you’re right. My father’s Cherokee blood thinned out all my good French and English genes. I am a self confessed lightweight. 😉
…who else would it be?
I figured you would be the last one standing. Three shots of tequila, and I can barely see.
BTW, thanks for the offering you posted last night on protecting little ones. That was very good.
Oh, thank you! It was fun to write; a good walk through the annals of the folklore society is always good for inspiration to an article.
I would agree with that. Would love to pick your brain on some of your source material. I just sort of dig here and there and come up with things but you seem to find some very good sources that are not too common.
Speaking of: I sent you a PM about purchasing your books and the best way that this would give you the most dosh vs. handing it on to a 3rd party such as Amazon, etc. Please forgive me if you have posted it somewhere and I am just being thick.
No, I finally found it; I seldom see or use that inbox. Any way you purchase my book will get me about the same reward, so order it in whatever way you like; fastest, or whatever- and thanks for asking.
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Fanny Fae: Excavating Our Souls From the Ruins