Tuesday's Question's Moderator Is Under The Weather

Tuesday's Questions Moderator Is Under The Weather

Regrettably, my Tuesday's Question's side kick and moderator is under the weather, so to speak, therefore, we had to cancel this weeks Tuesday's Question. However, we have a great question scheduled for next week, in addition to awards for last years top participates. When I read through the archives of Tuesday's Question, I was blown away by the fact that some of you answered almost every Question. (You know who you are) Therefore, I want to thank you now, as well as remind you that next Tuesday along with the question, I will be passing out Tuesday's Question's Award For Excellence.

And by the way, next weeks question was suggested by my excellent friend, fellow blogger, and marvelous writer, Dawn from Twisted Sister and you're going to love it. Until then, I hope you will enjoy the links I included from my favorite comments.

How would I Know You? Describe yourself to a fellow blogger who was sent to pick you up at the airport sight unseen.

What's The Worst Food You've Ever Tasted In Public?

Who Was/Is Your Most Eccentric Family Member Or Your Most Embarrassing Family Memory?

Thanks for being such great sports, and I will resume my regular posting schedule tomorrow. And remember, you're important to me~


Sandee said...

Okay honey. We will wait till next week. I can't wait to see what Dawn has come up with. I'll bet it's a ton of fun. She is silly in a great sort of way. Have a great day. Big hug and lotsa lovies. (It's great to be home). :)

Anonymous said...

get better..please..:)

Dawn Drover said...

I'm sorry to hear you are under the weather :(
I'm here if you need an umbrella :D

Luvs ya!

Anonymous said...

you have a cool blog my dear and some well placed drawings as well..

Anonymous said...

Hello there, Annie. I have something for you here. Hope this makes your day ;o)

Speedcat Hollydale said...

OK ... lets see if I can do this right :-)


Anonymous said...

Sorry your not feeling well honey...rest and get better...I have had an upsetting week as well so we have to shake it off and get back on the horse...(I don't have a horse) but drink plenty of water...watch old movies and hunky
men and get better.

luvs you sweety...

Bud Weiser, WTIT said...

Dawn is fantastic. I an SO surprised that you haven't asked me to write a question. Oh. Right. You would have to sensor it. I'd ask some damn interesting ones, though...

Or not. ;)

Bud Weiser, WTIT said...

Oh and get well!

Daisy said...

I hope you feel all better soon!

Jackie said...

Hi Ann, No worries here. I have pneumonia so I completely understand!! I hope she is better soon!!

By the way I have something for you. I'm sorry I can't give you the direct link. it's a bug I will have to discuss with Ana in the morning.

But you may come and get it at http://shinade.blogspot.com

Unknown said...

Hope you are feeling better soon,,it seems like everyone is getting sick lately..take care~kim

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