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  • by Carolyn Lackey

The Paint Ain't Dry

I have never been one to wait for paint to dry or roasts to rest. While other people are daintily arranging the food on their plates, I've already plopped piles of food on my plate and am bent over it chompin' like a golden retriever.

It's 3:02 in the afternoon, and I haven't even put on makeup yet. You will be relieved to know that I AM fully clothed. Well, yoga pants. I'm a woman on a mission.

So, without further ado, here is my new home and this is my open house.

My new "brand" is...

Becoming the Meems

I still have a lot of work to do. Now begins the tedious task of moving all of my content from Finding the Funny over to this place. One post and one picture at a time.

Something good about this new address:

You can now leave comments without having

a gmail account!

I'm hoping to amass all of the comments in one spot instead of on 2 different fb pages (mine and finding the funny's). You guys are so funny. I want you to be able to get to know one another! If you understand what I just "said," comment below. {;-)

For those of you who think that I'm the Best Daughter on Planet Earth, please click on "The Perfict Dotter" above and enter into my confessional.

Stay awhile and visit! I'm so glad you came!


I googled "further ado" to make sure I had it right. I came across one of my favorite blogs "Glamour Girl" by Mignon Fogarty. Here are her humorous words:

I can't be certain why people get it wrong, but the substitution of "adieu" for "ado" is what linguists call an eggcorn--when people confuse two words that sound the same. The name comes from a discussion on the Language Log about a woman who thought the word for acorn was “eggcorn.”


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