10/17/07

My Blogging Buddies Blew Me Away With Their Comments


I was blown away yesterday by the comments to Tuesday's Question. My friends, you displayed such creative ingenuity and hilarity. I had to pinch myself between laughs to make sure I wasn't dreaming. What really got to me was how honest and down to earth you all were. I really am impressed and grateful that each and every one of you are my friends and fellow bloggers.

This weekly post is fun and ninety-nine percent of the reason is because of you, my talented comrades. I'm glad you're my readers and grateful you're my friends. Have a nice week and weekend, and be sure and have lots of great fun! However, judging by these comments, it looks as if great fun shouldn't be such a hard thing for any of you to do!

Tuesday's Question: What Is Your Favorite Age, and Guiltiest Pleasure?

Sandee from Comedy Plus Answered First:


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Sandee (Comedy +) said...

The greatest time in my life (except for now) was when I came of age in 1969. I wanted to be a flower child in San Francisco. Off I went to the big city, long hair, headband complete with a flower. I roamed all over the city, lived in a commune and basically did nothing productive for about two months. It was a big thrill at the time. Free love and peace was my mantra. I'll leave it at that.

I have lots of guilty pleasures now. Blogging with my buddies (you know who you are), boating and being with my husband. I enjoy my champagne and pasta. I've worked all my life to be able to enjoy these things. I just wish I could have champagne and pasta whenever I wanted. Sigh..., but this time of my life is the absolute best!

Patois at Whee! All The Way Home

The spring and summer I was 16. A great group of friends. Lots of freedom. Lots of laughing. And a boy I was madly in love with. Ahhhh.

October 16, 2007 9:49 AM

Dawn with Twisted Sister
I think I would have to say the best time of my life was when I was 18.
My guilty pleasures...My freedom and lots of boys! Funny but they didn't feel like guilty pleasures back then!

Christy at Christys Coffee Break

Hi Ann,

Good to know that you're insane, lol, I'm just kidding...haha....I love that you danced in water fountains!

Well my favorite age is right now. Weird I know. But most of my life I've been very unhappy dealing with my childhood. Finally after over thirty years I'm actually over it!! Yippee. Throw that together with me finding my true love in writing and you've got one happy Christy on a super big Coffee Break. LoL.

I see a bright future where there was once only darkness. :)

My guiltiest of the guilty pleasures would be massive amounts of coffee. Oh and let's not forget my chocolate addiction, lol.

Luv You Ann, have a great night:)

Oh and Sandee...That is the coolest thing I've ever heard!! I wish I could have been a flower child! Peace:)

Marja at Dutchcorner

My best age was about 25. I was free earned good money and with that came my guiltiest pleasures;
partying partying and partying.
We went for weekends to Antwerpen Brussel in Belgie, to Paris and The Hague.....to party and men we did

Paula at Polliwog's Pond

Love your answers Ann. I enjoyed being a kid and I loved having my babies, so I guess my favorite ages so far were 6, 22, 23, 24, 29, 31, and 34. Hee hee!

Actually I think 40 is going to be my favorite age. I'm not too young, not too old and finally have stuff figured out.

My guilty pleasures are staying up too late, chocolate, enormous margarita's, buying new computer stuff, and laughing loudly!

Winston at Eats Your Math

I always sneak talking to myself, haha. I always talk to myself in the bathroom, anywhere, maybe even teaching maths to myself! *ashamed*


Haha, hope you are well? I'm so sorry I was late for it, I missed it.. :(


Thank you all again for making me laugh. I really had a great time reading your comments. And Winston you weren't too late. In addition, I loved your comment. It is so honest, which is what one should be when writing. Good Job All of you have a great day. :)


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7 comments:

Sandee (Comedy +) said...

This weeks question was a lot of fun. I love all the different answers too. Have a great day Ann. :)

Blog Author Ann Clemmons said...

Sandee, Your comment was great! I could see you walking around San Francisco with flowers in your hair. What a time that must have been. I couldn't wait to post what you wrote. Your answers keep getting better and better, my friend. :)

You have a great day too.

Ann

Julee Ann said...

Ann,
I know it may not be politically correct to use people that have commented on my blog to spread the Word, but my daughters have inspired me to get involved. Check out Africa '08 on my sidebar and do what you can to help us spread the word, one blog at a time. Thank you!

P.S. I've never been politically correct before, so I figure, why start now.

Marja said...

Love to read all the answers. Have a nice day

Blog Author Ann Clemmons said...

julee ann, I'll come by check it out. I'll be glad to help if I can.

Thanks for stopping by~

Ann

Blog Author Ann Clemmons said...

Marja, I'm glad you enjoyed them. I did too. I left them up a little longer in the hopes that everyone would see them. I'm glad that you did.

Hope you're having a nice evening.

Ann

bobbarama said...

Another great question, more great answers. Always enjoy this weekly feature of yours.

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