As late as I was up writing last night, you’d think I could have remembered to get a blog post ready. :scratchhead   But sadly, no.

Time for Tired Girl CRS Protocol…



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  1. Bonia says:

    Love both of those!

    I just started “The Bite Before Christmas” (Yes I know I’m late) but I have a few coincidences… My oldest sons name is Liam Connor! I’m totally not joking! Also you refer to the Merry merry land of Oz, which of course is a reference to Wizard of Oz, which Kansas is known for lol. and we happen to live in Kansas. Anyway I just thought it was cool the coincidences!

    • Heidi says:

      Hey, better late than never! And I’m surprised you didn’t put it off til closer to the holidays, so you’re ahead of the game as far as I’m concerned. :bubble

      And *too funny* about the coincidences between the story & your life. I had no way of knowing that, of course, but it’s kind of a neat bit of synchronicity. Like the way I always seem to pick up & start reading a new book where the characters’ names are the same as the book I’m *writing.* Weirds me out every time. :lolol

  2. Kathleen O says:

    Cute post for staying up all night…. :lolol

  3. Donna says:

    Love it. Stealing the first one. :lolol

  4. ChrisS says:

    :thumbsup :lolol Love it!

  5. Heidi says:

    Glad you’re liking these. Frankly, you should expect more posts like this for a while. Things are crazy with a capital K around here :Cukoo & I’m so far behind, I think I’m first. :nowait

    I’m also a little surprised no one has pointed out the spelling errors in the first one. I’m betting because English is maybe a second language for the artist…which doesn’t take away from the cartoon’s hilarity OR truthfulness one little bit. :thumbsup

    • Ruth Chestnut says:

      You know Heidi the brain works in mysterious ways. We all read the first one but didn’t notice the spelling until you pointed it out. We must all be very smart people. :thumbsup I especially enjoyed the second one. :lolol

      • Heidi says:

        *I* didn’t notice the spelling until about the 5th time I read it, so you must be right. It’s just too cute & you get the gist. Plus, it’s like that test you see around the internet, where every word is misspelled, but you can still read it & make perfect sense of what it says. The brain just fills in the blanks & puts the letters in order whether you’re paying attention or not. :cool

  6. Mary Kirkland says:

    lol Funny bookstore. Last time hubby told me we didn’t have room for more books…I bought hanging bookshelves for the corners of the bedroom..LOL There’s always room.

  7. cinnamon says:

    since i happen to have over 11500 books (not read YET), i can relate to the first one. have seen the second one so many times on FB it ceases to be funny. i like the idea o hanging bookshelves will have to look into that one. (if you can’t do anything else go up, (the first time i said this to my adult son, he cracked up laughing). now he is in the same place MOL :Cukoo

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