Monday, February 20, 2012

What about this Fireblossom....

Would you buy a used car from her?

Trust your child with her?

Do word verification for her? Okay, now I know I've gone too far!

16 comments:

Sherry Blue Sky said...

YES! I would buy a used car from her, just not the one that died last winter:) AND trust my child with her, because she would tell her some Good Wisdom that might be well received coming from Another Mother. Isnt the word verification thing a total nightmare? I stopped mine on my blog. Have mercy!

HermanTurnip said...

Hey, she buys American, so she can't be all bad ;-)

Helen said...

Whad ya sey? I be cross eyed frm wrd vberif..r!

Brian Miller said...

i know that when it gives me symbols that are not even on my f'n keyboard, that they are using words from glitter bunny poetry....

Sioux said...

Am I the only one who is being tortured with a new version of the word verification garbage? The letters are blended together, making them almost impossible to read.

But yes, I'd do word verification for this Fireblossom character. I can't afford a car--I have to drive my POS until it lets out its last breath--and my son is 23, so I wouldn't trust my son with YOU (he'd suck you into an Ultimate game or some sort of video game).

Did you give the spirits a night off? Quite compassionate of you...

Cloudia said...

More photos of hot, 'trouble-looking' gypsy gals . . . WAIT a MINUTE!

Could it BE! THE POET HERSELF?!


I'd do more than word-verification for HER!

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ellen abbott said...

All that and more.

Kerry O'Connor said...

I'd ride in a car with her, and talk about our children... but word verification might ruin the friendship ;)

Lynn said...

I love that you have "A Word VerificatiOn Free Blog"!!!! That new thing is so annoying and I almost always get it wrong the first time. :)

Nice pics, FB.

Daryl Edelstein said...

LOVE this post ... and I hope someone unwraps that building behind you.. was it a belated Christmas gift?

Mama Zen said...

Um, can I consider this an offer to babysit?

Sara said...

Wow. This is change! I loved this post and the pictures.

I might buy a car, trust my child, but doing the word verification...that is just a wee bit too far.

As it is with the new ones, I'm going need a new prescription for my glasses because of trying to figure them out. I've had to do them over several times. It drives me batty:~)

That's cool about being a Word Verification Free Blog. I didn't know you can do that. Then again, if anyone can break the rules and get away it...YOU CAN!

hedgewitch said...

That's someone I'd buy a coffee for at Danny's, and a sandwhich or even a foo foo biscotti--but just don't try to sell me a used bike.

Lolamouse said...

Yes and yes to the first 2 (although the combination of you and my child would likely be damaging to many innocent people!) You are one of the very few I'd do word verification for, but if I don't have to, I'm MUCH happier! Would you like a thank you haiku? Probably not.

TALON said...

Lovely to see you, Shay :)

Too bad blogger decided we needed such a crazy verification. Took ages, but finally got rid of it. Using the new blogger layout the option to opt out wasn't available. So I'm verification free which means my posts will probably load up with all sorts of spambot generated junk, but at least no one will be tearing their hair out.

myheartslovesongs said...

i probably shouldn't admit this... i WOULD do word verification for the opportunity to read your poetry. i'm a masochist... i mean you're such an inspiration to a crap poet like me!