Rebecca's On Road To Recovery

From the Pen Of The Hubby:


Dear All,

Thank you for all your kind and encouraging comments, and also thank you for the funny and informative "I can ______, but I can't _______."

I thought that Charlie's was most amusing! I have also followed Toad's advice and that Old Janx Spirit works wonders! I had considered using a Pan-Galactic Gargle-Blaster, but then thought that might add to the problems rather than solve them.

Wifey's profile picture is misleadingly tanned; due to lighting within the room on the day, and as a descendant of very white - in fact almost blue - Scots is very sensitive to sunlight. Hence, being outside on a particulary sunny day, her skin did not take kindly to this turn of events. It decided against straight forward sun-burn and opted instead for quite a dramatic over-reaction, complete with ordnance survey map peaks and valleys.

Much antihistamine later and Wifey is merely complaining about God-awful itching, but she has been told to steer clear of direct sunshine and bright screens for a few more days - personally I feel that this is a case of Bloggers' Burn rather than sun-burn! The Screen has been modified accordingly!

Anyhoo... Wifey's thing today is:

"What do you think of the new site/blog layout? (http://rebeccawoodhead.blogspot.com) And why has no-one been brave enough to comment on that site/blog yet!?"

Also:

"If you could be a library that stocked only two kinds of book, what kind of books would you stock?"

Hubby.

Bonnie  – (25 March 2009 at 13:54)  

I hope you fell better! I too am very, very white and have to douse myself in the highest SPF available on sunny days.

I love the new blog/layout (very pretty) and have decided to step up to the plate and be your first comment. I've been out of the blog world for a few days and figured I would jump right back in!

How could you make us choose!? If I had to... It would be filled with mysteries and historical non-fiction.

Eric  – (25 March 2009 at 14:22)  

Thats just horrible, being restricted to two types of books. I guess if I had to pick though, it would be sci-fi/fantasy and historical fiction. I'm glad to hear she is doing what she can to get better, and here's hoping she is feeling back to normal soon.

Toad  – (26 March 2009 at 04:50)  

Two types? First would be how to's. You know how to fix, build, repair, plant, grow, everything.

Next would be mysteries.

Rebecca Woodhead  – (26 March 2009 at 22:13)  

(This comment has been typed by Hubby)

Rebecca says:

"If I could choose only two types of book to stock my library I would choose:

All Fiction, and All Non-Fiction!"

Bonnie  – (27 March 2009 at 04:01)  

Ahhh, you figured out the loop hole!!

Angie Ledbetter  – (27 March 2009 at 16:08)  

Hope you're all better soon. Enjoyed your companion blog and the article on sensory details in writing.

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