LYNNE'S SOMEWHAT INVENTED LIFE.
Life isn't about waiting for the storm to pass. It's about learning to dance in the rain.
I sent you an email and then i read your blog, but please read and answer my email because it is about something totally different. I left you a comment under your "THE DIATRIBE BLOG" post, but I will repeat:I LOVE YOUR BLOG. I think you are Mrs. Amazing and I only wish that i was as clever and as good of a writer as you are.
Now I am worried about you. You generally write AT LEAST one or two posts a day. I hope Blessherheart hasn't stifled your creativity and your desire to write. I was sad to find that you didn't write anything new on your blog today. Please keep up your blog with the same clever spirit and insight. Reading your blog is medicine to my soul. I need my "Lynne Fix" every day.
Now I am worried about you. You generally write AT LEAST one or two posts a day. I hope Blessherheart hasn't stifled your creativity or your desire to write. When I clicked on your blog, it made me sad to find that you hadn't written anything new.I hope you are just busy and not sad or sick. Reading your blog is like having my nightly bedtime story when I was a little kid. I love your humor and you also exhibit great insight. Some of the things you write are so poetic. I loved the story about the chicken coop, but I don't think I wrote a comment on that post.Reading your blog is like medicine to my soul, and I need my daily "Lynne Fix."
This is weird. When I hit PUBLISH YOUR COMMENT, it said there were 2 comments, but my second comment was NOT there, so I wrote it again and when I hit publish, then the previous one showed up, too.SORRY FOR THE DUPLICATION, but this just shows I just doubly love you.You are great Lynne.
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