Thursday, June 18, 2009

Where the %$()$!! Have I Been?

Um...lost in the Smoky Mountains without internet connection, that's where. Due to the magic of "scheduled posts" it seemed like I was there, babbling on as usual...but I wasn't.

Thanks to everyone for their thoughtful responses to my recent posts...I'm sooo very behind in blog reading, but will make the rounds soon. Now, I need to stretch my aching muscles after a 10+ hour car ride.

Until then: think salamanders. You know what I mean. If not, you will. You will.

12 comments:

Alan W. Davidson said...

Welcome back.

Hmm...salamanders, how cryptic.

Jamie Eyberg said...

Sounds like fun. My kids wouldn't cooperate in the car for that long together. I would have to hose the blood out of the upholstery.

Jameson T. Caine said...

Ah, 10+ hour driving marathons. Reminds me of my days as a long haul trucker...only with less kids and more hookers. ;)

Danielle Ferries said...

Hope you had a good time. I love a road trip.

Natalie L. Sin said...

I love salamanders!

Benjamin Solah said...

Bastard!

Where's my holiday? I need one!

Catherine J Gardner said...

Welcome back. :)

Jodi Lee said...

Welcome back, oh great one of visible invisibility.

So, salamanders, huh? See that puts me in mind of two things. Hordes of 'em crossing the road while you were driving, or... the other kind. In which case, you have me very intrigued.

Brendan P. Myers said...

Geesh. You've made oblique reference to your blog perhaps outliving you, but I had no idea you had plans in motion to continue to publish posthumously.

Welcome back!

katey said...

Hmm I'm with Jodi, the whole salamander thing could go either way. (I was thinking more of the kids playing near a creek somewhere, but the hordes crossing the road could work.)

Apart from the hellacious drive, sounds like fun!

K.C. Shaw said...

I hope you had a great time in the Smokies! I hope you waved in my direction, too. :)

Salamanders, hmm. Did you see one of those hellbenders that are supposed to live in the mountain streams?

Aaron Polson said...

K.C. - it was hard enough to find any of 'em, let alone the 18 inch variety. The boys enjoyed the little guys, though.