Thursday, 18 December 2008

Withdrawal symtoms suck!

Seriously! Who would have thought that blogging could be so addictive? It hasn't even been a week since my last post and I couldn't go any longer without sharing my inane and unimaginative holiday-brain thoughts with the blogosphere. Sheesh! I need net access at home. First priority for next year!

I got stuck into the veggie garden yesterday. I am sunburnt and look like a lobster, but it was awesome. I will take pics and try to post them again soon.

I just wanted to tell you all that. Because for some inexplicable reason you guys seem to care. Awesome it is indeed.

Well, I don't have much time, but I'm going to do some quick reading (sorry if I am too hasty to leave you a comment) and satisfy my bloggy needs ;-)

17 comments:

Superficialgirl said...

lol, internet at home is a def must have! although you do need quite a bit of self control at first so you dont sit infront of your pc the whole night :P

po said...

hello lobster. Thanks for sharing :)

Being Brazen said...

One day I hope to have a veggie garden. I look forward to the pics.

Ps - Dont forget to apply lots of sunscreen next time :)

phillygirl said...

whahahaha. I know just how you feel ;) hope you take a moment to read about my cute little black bunny-esque xmas pressie :) he's adorable. enjoy being on holiday and I look forward to pics of the veggie garden!

Paula said...

Heya...

Yup... I get that occasionally. At the moment I'm enjoying the break in having to keep up with all of them... :D

I hope your holiday is funtstically wonderful(even if it's only for the fact that it's a holiday)

<3 Paula

dizzblnd said...

I have missed you! We do care! It's this sort of demented on-line family that keeps us all sane! I hope your sunburn isn't serious> I am glad you could post

reederscorner said...

Lots of aloe should help with that -- ow!

Louisa said...

Hehehe...hey, looking like a lobster over the festive season is not too bad - could have been worse, you could have looked like a turkey. ;-)

Kitty Cat said...

Ooh working in the garden is so therapeutic, I hear. I have un-green fingers, but it sounds lovely.

Jeanette said...

OMW you don't have net access at home!! I wouldn't be able to cope.
I seriously need to get stuck into my veggie and herb garden too!

Dash said...

what's worse is when you want to blog but nothing is coming to you to share. its whati think hell will be like. the opportunities are always in front of you, but you just can't grab hold of them...RRRAAAAARGGH!

Miss T said...

I care :)

Slyde said...

the world seems like a better place once you are hooked up to the internet :)

elizabeth said...

It seems so strange to imagine a sunburn this time of year. I'd rather enjoy getting one as opposed to the frostbite that seems more likely... maybe next year I'll crash at your place for the holidays and make sure you wear sunscreen?

Hope you had a wonderful holiday!

Susan said...

Let's not say blogging is an addiction.....how about a creative outlet we just can't get enough of. Oh, wait, is that the same thing?

Caz said...

hey lady! I TOTALLY know what you mean... in fact i would almost say that my fantabulous holiday was hampered only by the fact i couldn't share it with you all!

angel said...

i wanna do veggies and herbs and all that too this year...