Friday, February 12, 2010

I'm Back.

Well folks, here I am.

A small town Oklahoma boy that survived the Big Apple.

I came back with a fedora, some sunglasses, a shot glass, and thousands of words spinning in my head dying to become stories.

I'm going to write those now. I'm going to spend the entire weekend writing.

In other words, I'm going to feed you, baby birds. I promise.

I'm going around trying to catch up on reading today, and rest assured, I'll get to you. I may not leave a comment, but please know that I read your post and loved it.

Memoir Monday will be back in full swing on Monday. We broke a record last week with the number of people that joined in, and I WANT MORE! Thank you so much if you participated, or if you are planning to participate. We'd love to have you!

For those of you who are just DYING to know, the show will air April 23rd. I can't blog about any part of that until April 24th.

There will also be a video posted of my trip, probably on Monday. Props again to Carol for sending me that camera. I'm going to leave the sex scene on there when I ship it back, because that's how I roll.

Thank you guys for putting up with the constant tweeting and FB updates while we were there. We had a blast, and I can't wait to tell you about it!

22 comments:

  1. Glad you're back.

    And if there's not comments on my posts, then you never actually read it.

    That's my rule.

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  2. This baby bird wants the regurgitated worm. Give it to me, baby. Tell me some stories.

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  3. Welcome back! I can't wait to read your stories. Not so excited about the regurgitated worms though.

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  4. Welcome back. We have to wait till April 23rd?? Are you kidding me.. YOu are in the midst of hormonal women who have NO Patience.. good grief man...

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  5. Welcome back...I can't wait to hear all about NYC!

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  6. You chatted with me about this all week.

    I feel special, Travis.

    In the warm place.

    I think it may be an infection, actually.

    Sorry to bother you.

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  7. Welcome back! Good to know not even a shitton of snow could keep you away from us...err..I mean home :O)

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  8. Did you get the Missus a pair of genuine Chanel shades from Smokey in China Town??

    Glad you enjoyed the trip. And I'm sooo glad you are back! Just this one time, I will tune in to the Tyra Show. I'm afraid I'll have to drink a fifth of Vodka first, though. I have I told you how much she annoys me???

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  9. Oh lucky me...
    I will have Ward watch it first so it won't offend my virgin eyes!

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  10. I've already drafted my Memoir Monday post and even used your new button. Looking forward to all the stories. And I think I'm getting the Blackberry on Tuesday...we'll see.

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  11. can't wait to read all about your trip. I'll mark april 23rd on my calendar.

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  12. I liked Ed's Rule.

    And how's the weather down there?

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  13. I enjoyed ALL of your facebook updates! Glad you are back!

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  14. Yay! Can't wait to reach my beak into your gullet for some of your regurgitation.

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  15. Welcome back - can't wait to hear ALL about it!

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  16. Cant wait to hear all about it!

    What is it with men and flip cameras and makin 'special' movies?

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  17. Yeah, um, as much as I'm glad you're back, I think I'll pass on the worm regergitation as well. *shudder*

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  18. Glad you survived NYC and a freaking blizzard dude!

    While you were gone....We HAD A BABY DUDE!

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  19. Love the updates through facebook!!

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  21. Ugh, I hate to fly too. We used to fly to FL to visit my sister, but now we just drive because flying is actually more a pain in the ass than spending 14 hrs in a car with my family.
    Can't wait to hear all about it, and to see the show!

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