I Respond to Anonymous the Spammer

        Out of kindness towards my readers, I've turned the word verification off again. Consequently, the spammers are back in full force. One spammer actually. Anonymous! Now, I only know of three ways to deal with spam comments, and I shall proceed to list them here.

#1: Gnash my teeth and scream. Not healthy. Teeth gnashing gives me a headache. Screaming disconcerts my family.
#2: Calmly take measures against the spammers. Turn on word verification (I won't) or calmly delete all spam comments (I probably will)
#3: Reply in a deadly serious/humorous manner. I learned this from my own father, who once wrote a lengthy e-mail reply to a spammer. It involved a butler and a refrigerator and had the entire household doubled over in stitches. Imagine our glee when the spammer replied with a "Haha! That's hilarious."

I suppose you know where this is going. Please ignore the irrelevant banana leaves at the top of this post.

I Respond to Anonymous the Spammer

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Pickles & Apricots

     I've got a cold, so I'm lying in bed with an entire roll of toilet paper, eating baby pickles and apricots. I was also reading until just now. I haven't done much else since school let out. Subtract the snotty nose and the pickles and my day hasn't been any different from those of the past few weeks. At the moment I'm reading Bird By Bird by Anne Lamott, but just a short time ago it was Austenland and Heist Society. Next I might read The Young Unicorns by Madeleine L'Engle. Or it might be back to Ally Carter with the fifth Gallagher Girls book. (I'm reading the series after persistent encouragement from my friend Jordan.) And . . . after my mom's finished it, I intend to read The Midwife by Jennifer Worth, which is the memoir that inspired Call the Midwife, our current "girl show". Can I just take a moment to tell you that I adore Chummy? I adore Chummy. And I want a blue dress with a little red cardigan. 

     When I have large amounts of free time, I tend to waste several weeks of it lying in bed and doing whatever I please. That usually looks like the torrential paragraph above. In my defense, there are far too many books! And sometimes I can't overcome my desire to read them all at once. Regardless, I actually do grow tired of reading. And contrary to popular familial belief, I have inherited a certain amount of doing-ness. That's not a word. But it's supposed to mean that I get depressed if I stop doing things. I'm about to reach that point, so I must make a project list. I must be productive! And I also must visit the kittens. I just heard Ben say that they are learning to hiss. Adorable. They are their mother's children.