Keep it simple, short, and sequential.
Today has been a whirlwind of a day, I don't have much time to post, since I have an appointment in just a bit.
My followers: I'm afraid this post is in your hands today - and tomorrow. Two posts for the price of one. Today is my post, your insights are the post for tomorrow.
I know - I could get my blogging privileges revoked for entrusting you, the general public, with the content of the blog. It just shows the strength of my blogging acumen. I know that you can pull it off, especially since we are now one blog away from the all important and historical 50th post. It seems like yesterday that we began this journey. It's quite daunting to think of actually. The tales of EB have gone international, and no world police have found me yet.
So here we go. Let's do .. . perfect phrase!!! Again the rules of this are quite simple. Click on the insights thinger, then just type in a phrase or a few words. Now - today's game is Perfect Phrases for that Inopportune Moment: yes brevity is not a strongsuit of mine. It dates back really to my great-grandmother on my father's side, when asked if she preferred . . . . (what? ----I'm distracted?) Ohhh. Yes. Forgive me. Perfect Phrases - so each person needs to think of a perfect phrase (or imperfect) in a given situation. For example: Perfect Phrases from a Nature Documentary -
Bob: What if hamsters fought in the American Revolution? (puts two hamsters down and stands back to watch).
Steve: (back to audience) BAAA! (turns around, embarrassed)
Gina: Tonight on The World of Insects - fondue!
Tony: One of the best things you can do, of course, to these charming chihuahuas is to set fire to them.
Chris: Now how do you put the leopard back together?
Ryan: Turtles are usually a slow animal - but ... (spins one around and watches it race off).
So on and so forth: So without further adieu . . .Perfect Phrases for the Welcome Announcement for the Historical 50th Post: