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April 15, 2007

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lacithecat

I loved number 5.

Really cute take on the prompt

rel

Kristin,
How perfectly appropraite to think of halloween and all the different characters you've portrayed. Your story is ec-static!
(sorry, couldn't help myself.)
I do the, imagine myself some fictional super dude when I'm shoveling snow. Espesially if I shovel for an hour or more....yes, even today. Well not today today but, you know...like 2007. ;-)
rel

Mardougrrl

What a great, great post...your voice is so strong, it's like you are in the room with me, chatting. I like that. :)

Crafty Green Poet

Excellent list, I love number 5 especailly - I'll need to try that sometime!

gautami

I love the list. I too like the coolest. No 5.

But black cat would as well with golden eyes.

azma

I used to pretend I was an Arctic explorer when walking to school in the snow. And sometimes a spy. And a last one- this comes in useful in real life- someone who doesn't know how to speak English.

KG

Lacithecat — Thank you, and so nice to meet you!


rel — I'm so glad you write "ec-static" --- heh, heh. :)


Mardougrrl — Chatting would be fun!


Craft Green Poet — After you try 5, let me know how it goes.


gautami — Golden eyes --- absolutely!


azma — Your secret identities sound fun and very useful!

deirdre

Your secret identities sound like fun. I'll have to try the static with telemarketers. :)

KG

deidre — You and Crafty Green Poet are going to have to report back on your static "research." And thanks for dropping by!

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