44 thoughts on “It’s Me!

  1. princessfairyzooboo

    Thanks for liking a post on ‘ZooBoo’!!
    It therefore led me to your blog, and it looks great! I had a look around and well, *hits follow*
    Looking forward to reading more from you.
    Regards, Zoo

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  2. Prasad

    Just happened to run into your blog. You have got a beautiful space running here. Loved your write-ups. Its very subtle . I guess I will be hanging around here a lot. πŸ™‚ Happy blogging.

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  3. laurie27wsmith

    Saw you over on Russel Ray’s blog and thought I would pop over and have a look. Well, you are funny and straightforward, and there can’t be too much wrong with a person who has Chihuahuas and an obese cat. My filter disappeared after one too many close calls with lightning bolts, who needs one anyway? πŸ™‚ So I’ll click follow and see where it goes.
    Cheers
    Laurie.

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  4. tjbarkerseattle

    snookiefisk, You have an authentic and creative voice! Your blog has been selected by me for the Dragon’s Loyalty Award. Even if you prefer not to accept this award, please accept this as a compliment and an indication of appreciation for your creative work. The philosophy of the award is: β€œThe Dragon’s Loyalty Award is an award for the loyal fan/commenter, whether the recipient is a fellow blogger or just someone who follows and comments regularly.” Congratulations!
    -tjbarkerseattle

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  5. homemadeinhk

    Hi, thanks for stopping by our blog and liking our chestnut cream recipe. We greatly appreciate it! Keep up those great conversations in your head, they certainly are entertaining!

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  6. Almost Iowa

    An obese cat, huh? So…… who cleans the catbox? We have two cats, one is obese, the other neurotic and around this house, the catbox cleaner is not the human I am married to. πŸ™‚

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    1. snoogiefisk Post author

      Oh Lawdy! I can’t get my man to clean up after himself much less the cat. He has a philosophy about cleaning. If he just waits long enough I will get frustrated and clean it up myself. He once walked around a tablet he dropped in the floor for two weeks waiting for me to pick it up. I kept thinking “He uses that every day. There’s no way he’s just going to leave it there.” I tried to wait him out. I mopped around it. I swept around it. He won.

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