Saturday, January 24, 2009

200th Post - Blog Addiction

cartoon from www.weblogcartoons.com

Cartoon by Dave Walker. Find more cartoons you can freely re-use on your blog at We Blog Cartoons.



Last night I had a dream and there was a blogger friend in it!!! Can you imagine that? Am I becoming an addict? I hope not. I think I should impose a blog ban on myself over this weekend to see how much of an addict I really am. Just kidding! I love blogging but I don't think I am addicted to it, though I know that I have to be careful because sometimes I tend to be a bit obsessive about things I take on, like reading, writing, and more recently, knitting and crocheting! Have a wonderful weekend all of you. Oh, I forgot to tell youabout my dream. Sandra, I was visiting you, our children were playing together and I was helping you prepare those yummy recipes. I just don't know where our DH's were. I didn't see them. LOL

6 comments:

Mari said...

Congratulations on 200 posts! I have had dreams about bloggers too and a few weeks ago I was told another blogger dreamed about me, so you are not alone.
I love coming to visit you here - you do a great job!

Lara Gisela said...

Hi Mari!
Congratulations! You're the first one to comment on my 200th post. Please leave me a comment (I'm not publishing it, of course) with your address so that I can send you your surprise.
Blessings

Sandra said...

Lara LOL that is so funny and I can totally relate to it...I've done the same before.

As for the dream, I would have LOVED it to be true, that would be wonderful, I'm sure the husbands were off doing something together LOL

Congratulations on your 200th post :)

Beijocas,
Sandra

Tibetan Star said...

That cartoon was really funny! Thanks, it made me smile...

Rubinho Pirola said...

Dear Lara!

I'm well impressed with such produvity. You are not an addicted lady but a very fruitful one! May the Lord bless you with your very sensitive soul - and also gifted. Your posts are a blessing!

Rubinho

Pequete said...

Parabéns pelos duzentos! Que contes muitos mais deste "vício"...