Will ironies never cease?
Today’s spam is from Tracie in reply to Mondays With Momma: On Raising a Square Piece, Part 2:
I absolutely love your blog and find the majority of your post’s to be precisely what I’m looking for. Would you offer guest writers to write content available for you? I wouldn’t mind publishing a post or elaborating on many of the subjects you write regarding here. Again, awesome blog!
Honey, you do realize that you’re posing your question about guest writers TO my guest writer, right? Clearly, I’m opened-minded about the matter. However, if you’re looking to be the author yourself, I’d recommend being a little less vague and a little more specific. This is, after all, Square Piece, where details are celebrated and silliness is adored.
In the meantime, why don’t you pose some questions for my guest author, Momma, to answer? She really appreciates being given some direction. Perhaps you’d like to know about what is was like for her to lead teenagers on mission trips? Perhaps you’d like to learn a little about her history with sign language? Really, give it a go.
And concluding with the comment of the week…
Today’s comment is from Joan in reply to the exact same post, Mondays With Momma: On Raising a Square Piece, Part 2:
Looking forward to hearing about the “oatmeal incident”.
You and me both. I’d love to hear how Momma recalls this. I assure you that I was entirely innocent of the events that transpired. As usual, Mandy was up to mischief and I got the raw end of the deal. 😉 That’s how I remember it. That’s how I remember everything.
LOL, seriously, that has to be the most awesome, ironic spam ever.
As for the “oatmeal incident” … I recall nothing … absolutely nothing … and that’s why I referred it to you, since you were there and I was in another room, totally oblivious to what was happening …. I only found out about it when all chance of dispensing consequences were long gone. 😛
sounds like we need to do a “she said/she said with Suzy and Mandy for the oatmeal incindent
my suggestion–each of you write it up separately and publish it here–no checking each other’s writing until we ALL get to read it!
Donna (as Momma) gets to decide what REALLY happened in the end
Will seriously consider this… so long as I win.
LOVE this idea!
Bah ha ha. Awwww now. I really didn’t mean for my thumb to slip off that spoon the way it did. I may recall you egging me on. Ps, great response to the spam.