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to do with writing

fodder

  • things that absolutely need to be documented
    the Barbie flow chart, eye of the bird, Clydeen- pants in hand (the pants journals), Babba's life story, Virginia's life story, swim suit no more- the Battle Creek fiasco, the Hawaiian

Ambulatory accountability

  • Run-a-go-go
    April 1, 2007 Goal- Move myself 100 or more miles before 7/4/07! Miles to date = 32.0 100 - 32.0 = 68.0 miles to go **Didn't make it that time. Look for new adventures soon.

Excogitation Station

  • best anotomical adjective ever
    cal·li·pyg·i·an (kāl'ə-pĭj'ē-ən) adj. Having beautifully proportioned buttocks. [From Greek kallipugos : kalli-, beautiful (from kallos, beauty) + pugē, buttocks.] callipygian "of, pertaining to, or having beautiful buttocks," 1800, from Gk. kallipygos, name of a statue of Aphrodite, from kalli-, combining form of kallos "beauty" + pyge "rump, buttocks." Sir Thomas Browne (1646) refers to "CallipygÊ and women largely composed behinde."
  • word of the week
    pug·na·cious [puhg-ney-shuhs] –adjective inclined to quarrel or fight readily; quarrelsome; belligerent; combative.
  • Pontification on Genus/Class/Species
    Seals and Sea Lions come from completely different families in the animal kingdom. Who knew? One wonders where fatties like the Walrus and the Manatee fit in. Do you know? I could do research, but I prefer to rely on my smarty pants readers. Shoot me an email, or leave a comment on a recent post. I'll collect your answers, and publish 'em here. Thanks! Happy sleuthing.

dogearedwords

  • best of the best
    bathukolpian, Blepharitis, bletcherous, bombilate, callipygian, contiguous, embonpoint, exasorbate, excogitate, exponge, extemporaneous, extrude, floccinaucinihilipilification, gubernatorial, lalochezia, masticate, myopic, onomatopoeia, pugnacious, superfluous, tachyphagia, tarantism

dogearedsongs

  • The Whoreshoes- Get Lucky
    This is my favorite album of late. Also, I am friends with the banjo player, and she has some great original songs on this album. Makes me want to road trip, so I can blast it with the windows down as I blow down the road. Find it at: www.thewhoreshoes.com

onomatopoeia for everyday

  • on . o . mat . o . poe . ia (...an ongoing list)
    aarrghhhh, ahem, beep, boom, bopbopareebop__ __ zam zoom**, brumbumbumbumbum, burp, burrrrr, buzz, clack, click, drip*, echo*, fwooosh, growl, grrrrrr, gurgle, meow, pop, psssst, purrrr, slurp, swoosh, thwap, tsk, vroom, wahhh,wham, whap, whir, whoosh, yawn, zap, zip, zoom [*Is it or isn't it?] [** How does it go again?]

dogearedbooks

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Kira

You mentioned that you'd blogged, and it took me a while to remember your blog's address (I don't use bookmarks much -- keeps me sharp). Can I suggest that people buy the book at a local independent bookstore instead of a big chain? I think it's the same for Rachael's stats, and I know you'd be sad if the indies all disappeared.

jodi

Yes, indeed! I am very much in favor of the independent bookstores. I actually hadn't been to a chain in years... until I failed at three small bookstores in Berkeley. Berkeley doesn't sell ANYTHING new, books included.

By all means, readers, follow Kira's sage advice. Shop your local indie store- for coffee, for literature, for everything.

Rachael

Awwwwwww. I love this post. How flattered am I that you liked it? YAY! xoxoxo Hope to see you sooner rather than later!

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