Friday, January 11, 2008

ESP.

Dear Friends, Family, Fellow Bloggers, Freaders [Readers, but I goin’ so good with the F, I might as well continue],

I feelin’ too shame.

I got a pile of emails that I ain’t reply to as yet, some months old.

When you see me taking so long to reply, please, please, I begging you, don’t think that I snubbing you. I ain’t the snobby type. I might be mischievous like schoolboy, vulgah like market-vendor, prim like Ms. Prissy, impatient like mini-bus driver [well, almost, as nooooobaddy can be impatient like them]...but I ain’t the snobby type, no way Hozay. People matter too much to me. As Cousin Lis say, she does get high on people. Same with me.


I take a year and a day to reply because I got so many beads on me platter to string, purses to sew, wall hangings to embroider, house to clean, junk to throw out [yesterday I throw away ten bags of t’ings]; market to go to, sometimes lunch to cook, salad to make and wares to wash; mother to try and boss but she does ignore me because she think she is the Boss, Annie to share ideas with over the phone, and Val too, oh shucks, I ain’t call Val in a good while; I got a very slow dial-up connection to the net plus I got manuscript to print on a printer that got willing spirit but weak body, I think I can, I think I can the po’ thing go.

Truth to tell, I try really hard to contact you all via ESP but everybody ignoring me.

20 comments:

Anonymous said...

hi just found you on Pat's site'

Love the way you write.

Helen


https://anewwayoflife08.wordpress.com/

cadiz12 said...

hang in there, gg! i'm sure everyone will understand.

Hayden said...

was that your message coming in, then? It was a bit fuzzy, I think there was some interference from a conference of chanters down the road - they're always filling up the aether with their own messages. *sigh* I'll spin the dial a bit and maybe I will get a clearer connection.

Stunner said...

I too am in a time crunch, I don't get to blog as much, answer as much comments, etc. Just too busy! So i understand GG.

sablonneuse said...

Don't worry G-G. I bet there are loads of people who find that things just pile up - like my ironing - until you get around to forcing yourself to tackle the backlog.
I've even seen a dish on sale called 'a round tuit' for people who are always saying "I really must get around to it."

Stephen Bess said...

lol! You sound mighty busy, GG. Well, you're very kind to respond to your readers in this way. It does confirm your desire to reach out to us all. Enjoy your weekend. Peace~

zooms said...

Just so long as there is a new story for me to read, then I know you 'there' and I happy. x

Louis-Fran├žois Pilard said...

I read and heard that when one gets rid of (old) things one feels great. Is that so? No regret really?

Pitirre said...

I try really hard to contact you all via ESP but everybody ignoring me.

So THATS why me candle dem was acting so funny the other night, emitting all kind o' fancy colored light and t'ing!

PI said...

I really do understand. Just chill and do what you can. I designated this morning to catching up on other people's blogs and it always takes far longer than you think. Here it is lunch time - I'm barely dressed and only half way through. Sometimes I wish links hadn't been invented:)

Jdid said...

ya sure your esp working?

Zinnia Cyclamen said...

Yep, I'm ignoring you. Here I am, ignoring you as hard as ever I can. Is it working? Do you feel even more ignored?

wildblossom said...

hi...i really enjoyed reading ur blogs..and if u could help me..i just have a question i am new to this so if u could plz tell me how to join ur blog/or group ....thank you

Kat said...

So its been YOU chattering away in my head these last few days! Real friends know you'll get around to answering eventually.

Mr Farty said...

You're coming through loud and clear, GG!

PI said...

January will soon be over and then all will be well.

Anonymous said...

NAH...No sympathy here...everybody too busy to keep in touch that's the usual excuse. I'm one of the neglected friends... let me tell the rest of you ....time to shame her publicly...I been waiting YEARS to hear from the Gyal. (heh, heh finally got my revenge)

Twine

Olivia said...

Ah, Gyal, how I have missed you and your sharp wit! But first I was ill twice, then we moved, and now it's been difficult for me to get online since moving, as I keep getting kicked off. Actually, at the moment my mobile phone is standing in as a wireless modem, and my phone bill will be higher, but never mind...

So in turn I have to say, I have not been able to come to the blogs and today is my first time visiting round them since probably Christmas.

That blue tennis ball story FRUSTRATED ME! I wanna know why his daddy bought him those balls....but we will never know...grrrrr

Guyana-Gyal said...

Olivia, I know [I kinda guessed] but I'm not saying hehehe :-D

Twine, it's the curry powder that you're really waiting for, right? Go on, admit it, it's not me, it's the curry powder...

Pat, lunch time and barely dressed! What will your TL say!

Mr. Farty, if you only knew what 'coming through loud and clear' reminds me of. My brothers farting.

Or maybe it's the voices, Kat, the voices :-D

Hi Wildblossom, welcome and thank you. Do you have a blog? Leave the link to it whenever you comment and people will find you that way. Leave comments to blog posts that interest you, and add the links to the blogs you like on your blog and keep talking.

Yes Zin, verrry ignored, I hope you're guilty now :-D

Jdid, it ain't my esp I'm worried about, it's you bloggers.

Ahhh, finally, a contact, helloooo Pitirre...can you hear me now?

Louis, zero regrets. None. Nada. Rien. Zilch. My only regret is that I didn't throw out stuff sooner.

Awww, thanks Zooms, I have some great stories, some so odd...

I miss you all, Stephen, as I clean and sew and try to get copyright forms I wonder what you're all doing.

Funny thing is, Sab, I love housework. Yes, I know, most peculiar, but when I clean my thoughts get uncluttered too. I hhaaate ironing though.

Man Stunner, you ain't done studying yet? How's Portland? The other day I was thinking of being up on a hill with the sea below.

Hayden, as bloggers' esp isn't working I'll have to start blogging again...

Not family Cadiz, they're Very Demanding. [I hope they read this, hee hee].

Hellooo Helen, welcome, and thank you, I'll visit soon.

Olivia said...

Oh no, tell me, tell me!