Amanda Jolley

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All Was (NOT) Lost (After All)

Well I had a wonderful extended weekend with my brother and his wife. They are so absolutely fun to be with. My goal to accomplish before we meet again: memorize the Scrabble dictionary. Needless to say, I was exhausted from fun when they had to head home. Boy did I sleep well last night.

Before my family arrived, I had started a couple posts so I wouldn’t forget my thoughts. I planned on finishing them this week, but what a shocker to see what wordpress had been up to while I was away. I’m sure I’ll get used to their update, but my partially completed posts are lost forever. 🙁

One of the posts was in response to Amber, the Homeschool Diva, tagging me with a Six Word Memoir. I had thought of a few phrases which are now lost, so I guess this will have to do:

“I have misplaced my noggin again.”

Jump in and play along. Link back here or let me know so I can see what you came up with.


Okay, I just found those lost drafts. Here’s a couple other six word memoirs from last week:

“The word of God is sweet.”

“The needle flies across the cloth.”

0 Comments on “All Was (NOT) Lost (After All)”

  1. Hi friend!

    Would love to get you in touch with a friend of mine that is working downtown at Swope. She has patients that could benefit from Veronica’s Voice.

    As for my six words…

    “In the quiet, she’s continually amazed.”

  2. Amanda, I have not forgot the plates I want to send you, I just have been trying to get some stuff done. I will try to get those in the mail this week.
    I am glad the e-mail came when it did. I get lonley too… I wish we could have tea. xoxo Nita

  3. Oh, I was writing an entry and the page changed before my very eyes. I couldn’t figure out what was going on…

    How can you misplace your noggin’ it’s attached. When my roommates daughter was about three, she lost her marbles literally, boy did we get a lot of laughs at her expense talking about lost marbles. She didn’t understand what we were talking about and looked at us as if we had lost ours too ~

    Glad you had fun with your brother and his wife.

    Have you ever lost something and then found it was in your hand? In much the same way, I tend to loose my noggin. I just forget it is there. 🙂

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