Tuesday, March 07, 2006

enough already

Dear Grace,
Nobody gives two hoots about your health problems, your romantic troubles, or your relationships with your elderly relatives. When are you going to take your shirt off again?
Love,
The 256 Mysterious People Who Have Viewed Your Blogger Profile But Never Comment on Any of Your Posts

Dear Mysterious People,
Take heart. Unless I am still seeing spots in front of my eyes, I will work this weekend. All the old regulars we know and love will be e-mailed and invited. I may even drop a line to our new best friend, Mr. Red Tie, who has been e-mailing incessantly, but will probably turn out to be more trouble than he's worth. Hilarity will no doubt ensue!!
XOXO,
Grace

8 comments:

PamelaRiver said...

OK. Fine. I'll admit it. I've been reading your blogs without commenting on them. Why? Well, first of all it took me a while to figure out how. Second of all, I'm a creepy, creepy voyeur who just likes to watch but not participate.

Actually, I just didn't want to have to sign up for a third blog thing that I'll probably never use. But I did. Just for you.

I found your blog a while ago because someone linked to my webpage from yours, and I have powers that let me see from where they did. It's cool. I like it.

In case you haven't figured it out, it's Pam, your old roomie.

Bye.
Pam

callieischatty said...

well I myself have a number of elderly relatives and have always enjoyed them very much.

Also grew up on a farm in New England.

Did some cocktail waitressing in awful outfits but never did the dancer thing.

Its nice to read your blog tho, I wish you all the good things growing up in New England brings.

Take care, and many hugs to you.

Grace said...

Sweet! The guilt-trip worked! Why, oh why, have I never before used guilt to engineer the outcomes of my relationships? This is awesome!

callieischatty said...

Guilt is a wonderful tool.

ahem.

Perhaps a sweet bright funny woman like yourself might just like to get herself a new gig.

Hey, this kinda work seems like it could bring you down in a while.

Just a thought.

Take care, and enjoy the use of guilt!

callieischatty said...

Guilt is a wonderful tool.

ahem.

Perhaps a sweet bright funny woman like yourself might just like to get herself a new gig.

Hey, this kinda work seems like it could bring you down in a while.

Just a thought.

Take care, and enjoy the use of guilt!

Grace said...

It can bring you down, if you let it. I myself ward off evil vibrations with magic rituals involving carbohydrates, vibrators, and push-ups.

I do, as a matter of fact, have a few other gigs, but freelance political journalism doesn't pay nearly as well as lap-dancing, and neither does teaching yoga to domestic abuse survivors. You could take it as a sad reflection on our society's values. Or you could laugh and pocket the cash.

callieischatty said...

So long as you keep laughing.

Anonymous said...

I like reading all of it; health, sex, work, etc. but will admit I really only skim the 'Grandma' stuff.

However were we ever to meet you could spank me for that if you felt you must.