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January 28, 2013


Alan Portman

Now I know why I don't get more done. Not enough Taylor Swift boobs.

Nice look at your day.

Storyteller Mary

Ah your busy, glamorous life! I suspect you also drink less than Hemingway did . . . and you are waaaay funnier! Thanks for a chance to share the magic!

Karen in Ohio

You really are good at multitasking, Elaine.

Discipline schmicipline.

Elaine Viets

Taylor apparently thought there wasn't enough of her, either, Alan. You can look, but wouldn't touch, unless you want to wind up the subject of a song.

Elaine Viets

Hah. I can pound down the tea, Mary, cup after cup.

Elaine Viets

I'm giving a workshop on seven habits of highly effective evaders, Karen.

Robin Burcell

This is hilarious, Elaine. Thanks for brightening up my morning. I can now go back to work, knowing that I am still waaayy ahead of the game, as it is only 7:30 AM here on the west coast. And if you count this post I've just done, I'm now up to about... 45 words on today's count!

Elaine Viets

Only 765 more to go, Robin.


Hemingway had a wife, something every busy author needs. Thanks for showing us how to do it without one.

Marcia Talley

Oh, lawzee! LOL. You are my role model, Elaine. Today I procrastinated by reviving Barbie dolls that have been donated to the school flea market. Oh the wardrobe malfunctions! The hair do horrors!

Elaine Viets

So true, Kris. Never saw where the ultra-manly Hemingway lifted a finger around the house.

Elaine Viets

But you're making the islands more beautiful, Marcia.

catriona mcpherson

Elaine - I love you for this!

Elaine Viets

Ah, a soul sister, Catriona!

Charlaine Harris

I have the tremendous advantage of having four dogs that demand to go in and out through my office door. All day long. Gets me up off the chair and breaks my chain of thought at the same time. Multitasking.

Elaine Viets

You have twice as many opportunities for concentration, Charlaine. Impressive.

Kathy McIntosh

I was worried I'd feel guilty if I read this. Instead, I feel lighter. Ah, the gift of laughter. Thank you.

Elaine Viets

Glad I could help, Kathy.

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