Wednesday, November 28, 2007

Oh ~ I actually have to write things, don't I?!?!

Ummmmmmmm... first of all, I want to welcome all my friends from Scrapgoods. Not knowing what will be happening with SG in the coming months, I hope this will be one of the places we can continue the sense of family that means so much to us all. As soon as I can, I'll post all the links from other SGers... I can't imagine life without them!

Second, you need to know this place will NOT be politically correct. I'm not made that way. I will say what I feel, and if someone doesn't like it, they can stay away. This applies to religion, politics, current events, etc.... But I will always welcome open, honest, non-hurtful discussion. Any personal attacks will be deleted immediately.

I hope to have a lot of fun here... please send me your funnies, etc... I love to share stuff like that! And yes, there will be "dirty" jokes here, too!

7 comments:

hepmomto3 said...

YAY!!! Uncensored Bobbie! That rocks! ;) *smoootch*

Anne-Jeanette said...

You're already on it! Just you and Joyce for now but we'll keep adding later, just trying out the functions and what you can do first. And having a cup of tea. Mum's downstairs. Kram Danie!

kT said...

count me in :) i can't wait. hehe

Anne-Jeanette said...

Oh, I really like your blog's new look!!! And the look of your new house too :)

Auntie Em said...

Hey Cuz, wazzz shakin? Ain't this a hoot? Explain to us Cottleson Pie? Or if it's somewhere else on your blog I'll find it. Sheldon sends ya a hug.

Linda said...

Alrighty then...........bring out the wine & lets have a few glasses to celebrate that we are all capable of setting up our own blogs LOL. And I love that you/we can speak our minds, YEAH BABY!

RobinC said...

Hey! You linked to me! Hooray! Check back in a day or two for the three LOs I did tonight. (I can be SO productive when I'm in full grading avoidance mode!) Anyway, your blog looks great!


Cottleston Pie is the Taoist philosophy dealing with our Inner Nature (as explained by Winnie-the-Pooh)
To get the full scoop, read "The Tao of Pooh" by Benjamin Hoff.
The full poem is at the very bottom here...