Sunday, October 03, 2010

Fill in the Blanks

Posted by Lara at 9:10 PM
1. When Lara goes a long time without blogging, I secretly suspect she is ______________.

2. Sometimes I go through "Lara Withdrawal Syndrome" when I can't read her blog. The worst symptom is ____________.

3. Over the last two weeks, I've been very busy doing ______________.

4. Lara needs to spend less time coming up with dumb filler posts and more time _____________.

Ready? Go.

6 comments:

Mrs. Chili on 3:27 AM said...

1. living her life.

2. wondering what she's wearing at school.

3. life stuff; teaching, being a mom, that sort of thing.

4. writing about what's going on in her life. She's a teacher, fercryinoutloud; she's GOT to have some good material!

Clair on 8:42 AM said...

!. engaging in a social life.
2. I've developed a twitch, but it could be related to lots of other things, too.
3. choir rehearsals. Lots and lots of them.
4. showing us her shoes!

fjd said...

1. locked in action-packed combat with the forces of evil Dr. Doomlittle as her alter ego Miss ExtraordiLara.

2. illiteracy.

3. programming (and playing nethack, heh).

4. locked in action-packed combat with the forces of evil Dr. Doomlittle as her alter ego Miss ExtraordiLara.

Teacher Anonymous on 4:30 PM said...

1. drowning in grading
2. purple spots
3. buying a house
4. writing small posts, so that she doesn't get overwhelmed with the large ones and not post at all (sounds like good advice for me, too)

Jill B on 6:05 PM said...

1. Holding out.

2. overwhelming sadness toward my tiny shoe collection.

3. trying to keep upright. And traveling. And attending the national storytelling festival. and wondering about what Lara is doing.

4. datin' da boys. And den tellin' us 'bout it.

Breathe Gently on 3:47 PM said...

1. A secret agent, aka: Sydney Bristow but with better clothing.

2. Taking pictures of all of my shoes. Over and over again.

3. Way too much packing. :(

4. BLOGGING. Miss your face!

xx

 

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