Monday, 26 September 2011

Blog fail!

Apology time. I failed at blogging last week.

Some things happened. Everything is okay now, but I was called away from blogging, writing and reading. I'll be making my way around the blogosphere, but I might be playing catch up over the next few days. But, for now, I leave you with this:


tatteredcover:

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How was your week? 

17 comments:

Amparo Ortiz said...

SO HAPPY YOU'RE BACK!!

*squeezes*

My week went by fast, to my surprise. Hopefully, this one will, too ;)

Also, that pic is AMAZING.

Hilary Wagner said...

I'm glad things are all right! We all have blog fail moments! I had one last week too! :)

Matthew MacNish said...

That's a lot of great phrases we owe the bard for.

KarenG said...

That poster is something else! It could be a list of cliched phrases not to use, and when you figure they've been around since Shakespeare it's easy to see why they've become overused. But how clever to think of them being fresh and new and so brilliant that everyone copied them.

Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

Hey Lindsay! No apologies needed.

Talli Roland said...

Yay! Welcome back! Good to see you here -- and I love that poster!

Bethany Elizabeth said...

So, that's a great poster thing. :) I love Shakespeare!

Lenny Lee* said...

hi miss lindsay! it ok to be away when you got stuff you gotta do. im just glad everything ok and now you got back. i did that a lot of times and no one didnt stop coming at my blog. that shakespeare stuff is way neat.
...hugs from lenny

Katrina L. Lantz said...

Welcome back!! *hugs the stuffing out of you* Missed your clever posts. I'm glad things are settling down for you.

Carol Riggs said...

Wow, all that is from Shakespeare? Way cool. No worries about the blogfail; we all need some time off once in a while. :)

Christina Lee said...

Hi there, lovely!!

Oh I love that poster thing-a-ma-jig!!! So cool!

Stina Lindenblatt said...

Oh wow! Who knew he had such influence over our language. Not that I could understand most of what the characters said in his plays. Coles Notes, anyone?

Jessica Silva said...

WAIT. Is that for REAL?! awesome. I need to study this so I can have many Shakespeare references--because that's what's cool and all.

Shannon said...

/wave Lindsay! :)

There's no such thing as blog fail (unless you delete your blog). Write when you can. <3

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Hannah Kincade said...

Yay!! You're back. I have been struck with some writing inspiration and that has pulled me away from blog reading, so I'm glad I didn't miss too much. ;)

Janet Johnson said...

Isn't Shakespeare a genius? I'm in awe of him.

And I'm glad you're back! Personally, I think blogs can be let go for a week or more, and nothing bad will happen. Family and other things? Not so much. Glad everything is okay. :)