January 03, 2003

Well, Shucks.

Thank you BD for your kind words. My ears are burning.

I sound like my blog. Oh dear. Fragmented, demented and down on my face to the ground watching millipedes crawling and grass growing. That's how my weblog sounds. I once described Fragments being like the transcript of what Euell Gibbons would say to Gary Larson over a second bottle of scotch whilst playing scrabble. But I know what you mean, BD, and it is accepted as a compliment. I am nothing if not WYSIWYG. And regarding the drawling accent, well sir, I resemble that remark!

The CD was fun to make, horrifying to listen to, and a lesson of things to NOT do if I try it again next Christmas.

And, by the way, don't you folks like his new layout! Especially that duck up at the top of the page. Eh?

This is almost but not quite his final home. Stay tuned. Good things happening!

Posted by fred1st at January 3, 2003 02:38 PM | TrackBack

Duck this, you loon!
Yes, I definitely meant it as a compliment when I said you sound like your blog. Definitely. Now, Blog on!

Posted by: Bene Diction at January 3, 2003 04:10 PM

Gavia immer - the common loon is not a duck. And btw I am a funeral director aka pseudo surgeon not a mortician. :) Glad to see you up and posting again! Sherm

Posted by: Sherm at January 3, 2003 04:24 PM

I LIKE your new banner. ...looks so..., uh, Floyd-esque! I was going to say, "I like the goose", but in light of previous comments, I am not going to stick my zoological neck out and say what kind of bird it might be. That would fit, though, since you certainly don't live on Loon Creek or Grebe Creek! But then, if you are planning to cycle the graphic, I don't suppose it will always be a tied directly to the locale's handle.

Fascinating sub-culture (good context) that exists in the world of blogs. Seems to be a good fit, not just for you but for many of your co-wordsmiths out there. Creates a real camraderie.

Enjoy the connections! May they grow stronger and sweeter with time!

Posted by: Larry First at January 5, 2003 09:40 PM

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