This blog has few followers. I wear my fingers to nubs at this keyboard on a daily basis and I know there's probably just lovely little you, reading this right now, who in fact other than me, has read it at all. Because you're DEAD NICE. And intelligent. And you've got great taste. And you make my heart a little bit excited when I find out you stopped by. So thank you.

Anyway, when I saw a chain letter, chinese whispery, question answery thingy doing the rounds among other far more popular Mummy bloggers I felt all left out and sad and dejected. I even toyed with ASKING someone to pick me, but decided that was just a pill of utterly pathetic loneliness that I was not yet quite ready to choke down. This week.

 

But then. PRAISE BE TO GOD. That little BEAUTY Natalie over at Wibbly Wobby Me  finally tagged me in this little game that's doing the rounds!

Yippeeee...(she cries into the empty, hollow, echoing darkness).

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