It seems like I've got a few thoughts I need to send out to people, so this is just going to be a message board.
First, shout out is to Bevvy, who commented on my post about Hate Mail. Whoa, you must think I'm a snarky bitch. Here's the scoop though. My friend Bev regularly visits my blog and we shove each other around a bit, so I honestly didn't know until today (when Bev told me) that you are not her. So, Bevvy, if you ever happen back here again, I promise to be more civil, to welcome you properly, and not to slap you around, even if you do call me Babs. (Shit, I've been called far far worse)
Secondly, Neil, I notice that you have shut your blog down, as you had thought you might. I understand that it isn't holding your interest right now and that's cool, but please know that you are welcome to visit any time. We miss you already.
Thanks Jas, for listing the tracks on that awesome bhangra disc you made for me. Now I'll be able to sing along with my favourite track, Yaar Mera Tu, well a few of the words anyway.
Michelle and GOB, we are keeping your places in the blogosphere warm for you for when you get settled into your new and improved circumstances. I don't want to hound you to write something because I know you will when you have time, but know that we are here when you get back.
And finally, Barbara W. (aka Barbara in Montreal) - do you really think your car has a spirit? Because I've come to realise that I can read body language of cars. I kid you not; I'll explain in a few days.
Eva is making me link to this article. She especially liked the 'Sorry, I thought I was stroking the curtain-rail' line.
A Canadian geoscientist has invented a tricorder that can scan lifeforms like rocks and plants and stuff and id them. Just like Star Trek! I wonder if Bill Shatner has ordered his yet.