Random musing …
While the rest of you former bloggers are wasting all your time with Twitter, Facebook, Google Plus, etc., let it be know that I will continue to have diarrhea of the mouth right here! While occasionally on some of those other sites too ;)
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- Stupid, stupid LIARS
- Who am I?
- Switching teams
- It’s true
- The brain drain
- This one is for the boys
- The lawnmower
- Human in training
- Confessions of a Slacker
- The horrible truth
- Falling for the Doctor
- Welcome to old age
- Random, random, random
- My new obsession
- My disappearance
- My mother’s dating life
- My soap box
- Throwing in the towel
- So sick …
- Big red “X”
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