Thursday, February 14, 2008

Just like I learned to like a book moimoi, I now accept awards. Soon I will care more about what I wear - will start by caring if my khakis are unacceptably wrinkled.

Kris gave me a "platonic kiss" - from now on she will be called grandma. She all commented that women fight dirty. For me the issue is that women do not forget. They talk about forgiving, but forgetting is better.

I am not giving a "chaste platonioc kiss" to anyone. I am a child of the Sixties. Make blog not love?

Irene - and I do not know why she calls herself sweaty because she is so sweet- maybe I am dyxlexcic (my spelling proves it) - let the first five people who commented today have a trophied award. I will re- give this coveted prize to the last five people who comment on this blog by tomorrrow noon, New York time. This will either jack up comments or make no one comment. Comment often. Talk about Obama. motorcycles, Prada backpacks, diet beer.

Kim, down under, gave me another award today- this one I cannot share, but she also gave it to Grandma Kris . Grandma, we travel around the same blogs. Kim is a gifted artist and a communicator extraordinaire.

Any man who comments will get an reward.....

No image today - the quality is not up to par lately... all work, no play. Adding some Sixties posters because I miss those days....see here for a link, sister. Go back in time....


Anonymous said...

My name is Ringo, I dig this site.
Peace, Love and Berries

Kris Cahill said...

Dear John,
I am nacho grandma.

Kim said...

you sound like the Platonic Pied Piper John....:)
and I love your perfectly poetic picket.pocket...sorry that title was too tempting ...I'm a sucker for alliteration.....
so what do you think is your secret?
the reluctante artiste?.. or perhaps your witty way with words :)

Sue O'Kieffe said...

i heard arlo on the radio today singing "i can't help falling in love with you"
watch your mailbox

Sweet Irene said...

Well, I do want to add to the tally of your comments, so I will put my two cents worth in.

I appreciate the posters from the 60's and remember trying to write the letters like they were printed on those posters and having a grand old time doing that. I thought I was a bit of an artist back then, but I had no parents who had that kind of faith in me to send me to an art academy.

Mustn't grumble about that! Kim looks interesting and I will follow your link and visit her and be surprised. Was it you who sent me to Kris? That was a good thing!

By the way, I am already a grandma in real life, so you don't need to bestow that title on me in the virtual world, but I don't understand anyway why you are bestowing it on others. I may be a bit slow on the uptake this morning. I have just gotten up.

i will be the fifth human being to comment on this post, so anybody after this is lucky and gets the award, which doesn't show up on your post anywhere. I guess you are keeping it a secret.

Have a good commute and I hope you are not too packed like sardines in the train. Sometimes that happens here and it is a smelly and cramped business.


dianeclancy said...

Hi John,

I am not getting the award .. I already got it from Frances ...

What is this award you and Kris got? I want to see it.

~ Diane Clancy

John (Copyright JMM 2007-2008) said...

Irene is right - I did not name the awards - here I will hide as a footnote - no, as a "chaste love tango" - to those who care enough to click:

Irene - "Keep Up the Good Work"

Kris "Tight Lips Save Ships"

Kim - "Significan Blogger Award"

Diane, Kim and you are both blog.nablers and net.workers - you should check out her site.

My best.

John (Copyright JMM 2007-2008) said...

Awards closed....pick up your "Keep Up the Good Work" award

Lisa Sarsfield said...

Blogger ate my comment. It was ramblings about the lack of peace love and mungbeans these days. I was born in the wrong decade. Sigh....great posters. I want one.

Trijnie said...

he's my man, what great a muscician
thanks for sharing John

Trijnie said...

I have only eyes for those great names: John Mayall, turning point.
Sorry for not participating in the discussions

Neda said...

John, you're dating historical terms, of course!Are we really the generation who said "don't trust anyone over 30??" Oh my! Oh me!! How could it be???