Remember reader “MC” from Tuesday’s post? She sent me this. Completely made my day.
Oh…my…god, what can we say
Boy-oh-boy, you sure made our day!!
We read your blog, and now do believe
You are who you are, but there is still no reprieve
Say what you must, but we know you’re the best
Your writing is divine, you surpass the rest
Delilah dear Delilah, your fans we all wait
With bated breath and a hunger, only you can sate
Look at your plan and do what you must
But please write the books, that are filled with such lust
Long or short, we will accept what you do
Because if we don’t get a book, it would make us all blue
Your devoted fans that is us, and this is our prayer
To read your next book, which you do with such flair
Is that not the cutest thing? I’ll keep her on speed-dial for the next time I need help with a spell!
In the meantime, it’s nuts out there isn’t it? Earthquakes, tornadoes, raging rivers, controlled floods… Watched a movie last night, The Final Storm, a sort of End of Days tale about a troubled farm family, so isolated they couldn’t figure out what was happening around them until the stars began to wink out, one by one, and the next Big Bang exploded. Exciting times. I hope none of you reading this have had to leave your homes to move out of the way of the water.
* I’m also blogging at Wild & Wicked Cowboys. Click in the link and come see the yummy photo I posted!
* The Mermaid Journal contest continues. Any comment you make today here and on W&WC, will count in the drawing!
loved the poem!thankfully we are just having some chilly and rainy weather here in oregon. feel so bad for everyone down south but hope it will end for them soon. loved the picture of the cowboy!
Thanks for stopping by, Tammy! Did you have a story idea for the cowboy pic? Be sure to comment there for a second chance to win!
I loved the poem she sent you. It is starting to warm up again where I live and stop raining for a few days. I feel sorry for the ones who have lost their homes dealing with controlled floods. Some of the controlled floods taking place are only about 4 to 5 hrs from me.
Becky! It’s warming up here too. Finally. Getting into a 73 degree pool in 73 degree weather is a little daunting!
The poem is so cute!
Jen! Hey there. Wanted to say thanks for the review on the EC site!