1/25/08

I Can't Get Through To Mrs. Blackmore



I can't get through to Mrs.Blackmore. I have been corresponding with this lady
by the name of Mrs Blackmore for a few weeks now, well I say correspond,
actually she's the only person she's writing- I'm not convinced she cares if anyone writes back.
Well, first let me say, I realize the effects stress can have on a person. In addition, we're all in such a hurry we barely have time to think straight, and simply aren't paying enough attention to what we're doing at times- although, I believe Mrs. Blackmore needs to READ my e-mails, I mean, sometimes someone else might have something important to say.



For example, Mrs. Blackmore believes I am her son Clifford and it really doesn't
matter what I say or do she keeps writing me. Anyway, I think she's harmless,
and I thought I would share it with you because why should anyone have to endure
this alone, and you are my friends, right?


At the bottom of every e-mail she writes, "how do i get out of here???
esamplease putwheres the esape sign?? do i press back button??well i guess i'll
just write because it's required dont want to get on some lis.."

I would be happy to tell her how she could "get out of here" but first she has to read my e-mails, and I don't think that is going to happen anytime soon.

Anyway, now I have a feeling she knows I'm not Clifton but enjoys having someone to e-mail,at least I hope that's the case, because if not, Clifton really needs to talk
to his Mother. Here is the last e-mail I received...





Pay attention to how this e-mail is signed. Always and forever? And Mrs. Blackmore?

By the way I took the liberty of giving her an image...

Here is her e-mail:

Clifton! there is no need to be embarrassed. everyone here has a momma.


You need to listen to James and also call Mi Maw. her cat died today. You remember Nass. hewas 20. she needs to hear that her grandson loves her. itll help console her,
shug. please dont neglect your family.

James, great! You wouldnt know anyone who could bring my friend Cinda would you? her husband Denny is getting his knee surgery that day. its not required that we bring someone but everyone else is so we dont want to be left out. this class is a eye openin experience.we're just two old girls trying to see what we got left in us. turns out we gota lot.

Always and forever,

Mrs. Blackmore


If you enjoyed this e-mail, I have more that I'll be happy to share with you, just say the word, although in the meantime, have a great day.

Oh and remember, because if you're anything like me you will forget- never leave home without your sense of humor!

9 comments:

Paula said...

Ann this is hysterical. But is this a short story you wrote or is this really happening to you with this woman writing you?!?

Dawn said...

Ann I'm wondering the same thing! It is really funny but is it real?

Ann said...

Paula, No, LOL It's not a short story...(LOL) I think she is harmless though, in fact she might be an o.k. pen pal if she wasn't so self- centered. LOL

Thanks for reading~

Ann

Ann said...

Dawn, (LOL) It's hard to believe isn't it? Plus, as I said at the end of the post, you can't leave home without your sense of humor... :))

Thanks for the comment Pal, and I hope you're having a great week-end~

Ann

Speedcat Hollydale said...

Email, how much this has changed everything. This post makes me want to send out a few to someone with the wrong address!
I get hundreds a day, and the email I have on my blog gets the most. Spammers are always trying to marry me off to a rich single woman in the Middle-East, needing an account to hide "ALL OF THE MONEY"

Ohhh... and "Sorry about Mee Ma's Cat" :-)

Speedy

Ann said...

Speedy, I know what you mean. (LOL) There is enough post material in e-mails to keep busy for some time. So, when searching for something to post all one has to do is read through their e-mail.

However, I still say you must never forget your sense of humor...LOL Because there are so many pranksters on the internet...(Smile) :))

Ann


And I'm also sorry about Mi Maw's cat~

Thanks for stopping by Speedy

Ann

P.S. I enjoyed the golfing pictures of you and Santa. Did I leave a comment? If I didn't, I meant too, it seems like maybe I was distracted when I started writing it...(Boy, I have a lot of nerve writing about Mrs. Blakemore)

Have a great week my friend~ :))

Dawn said...

Ann I hope you don't mind but I tagged you for the 7 weird facts about me... optional of course :)

n3cr0maNc3r said...

How can I tagged? I don't know how to do it. :-( newbie here..

Peregrin said...

Quite worthwhile material, thank you for the post.
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