My musings on America. Think Alistair Cooke without the charm, talent or contacts.
You crack me up 🙂
Thanks, Kat. Really appreciate that.
No one has made me laugh at myself and our ways so much! Fun blog!
Thank you very much, Honnah!
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So from that description I would guess you live in Disney World.
Oh, and there is a compelling reason why this blog is in my reader: it’s good reading.
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I wish you a great day,
Just wanted to let you know how much I enjoy your blog. You have a funny, easy-going style that is like a good ole chin-wag over a pint in a British pub! To show my appreciation I wanted to pass on the Versatile Blogger award to you.
Congratulations, and here is a link to my post about the award if you are interested…
I nominated you for the Versatile Blogger Award. You can see it at http://dyingbraincells.wordpress.com/
I couldn’t find a regular email address, but thought you might want to know this, so here goes:
I subscribe to your blog posts by email. When I received the last one, I clicked on the title which should lead me to the post on the actual blog (which is nicer to read than the email version) but instead of getting to your blog I got the dreaded 404 error Page Not Found page. The same happened when I clicked on the comment box in the email version. Clearly this is not good, so thought I’d let you know.
(I found you here, of course, by putting you blog url in my browser.)
Now you can go ahead an delete this comment 😉
Thanks for that. Did the latest one come through okay? It came through fine to my email address and when I pressed the link brought me to the web page. If it’s more than a one-off and this latest one was a problem I’ll flag it to wordpress as it’s probably gremlins on their end.
Yes, your Cadbury eggs made it just fine 😉 Strange how these things happen sometimes!
Pah! Wonderfully bumbling British style to your writing. I love it. We too moved from one place to another place but spend most of our time thinking about other places with no idea which place to go to next because we want to go to pretty much every place there is. So many places, so little time!
I’ve nominated you for the Very Inspiring Blogger Award – congratulations! Follow this link to see the post and learn more about the rules for this award: http://wiesagtman.wordpress.com/2012/12/05/very-inspiring-blogger-award/
Thank you for inspiring me!
Don’t you just love it when Americans want to know, with that smile in their voices, ‘hey buddy, where are you from?” and you just know they are expecting a one-word answer . . . .
Do you take requests? Now that you’ve been in the US a while, I’d love a 1:1 comparison of UK and US media. I can never keep track which newspaper is trustworthy (like the NYTimes), which one’s mostly conservative (WSJ) and what the levels of trashiness are for all the tabloids, etc.. You could provide this needed service to the Interwebs in addition to your navel-gazing.
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Because I’ve enjoyed reading your blog so much, I wanted to share it with my readers by nominating you for a Liebster Award! You can find your nomination here:http://justanotherdayintheworld.wordpress.com/2014/05/31/the-liebster/
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