Wednesday, September 16, 2009

Wordless Wednesday

25 comments:

  1. Love it...I feel that way most every morning!!

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  2. Oh that's a great idea. "Give the right number or I'll blow your springs out!" LOL!
    Dawn

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  3. HA!!! I needed that laugh to start off my day, thanks!

    :) T

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  4. Love this...totally relating over here in CA!

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  5. Ha-ha-ha! I only weigh myself when I think I've lost weight! (My belly knows!)

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  6. Oh, I feel her pain! :)
    Be a sweetie,
    shelia ;)

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  7. Hi Spencer,
    Thank you so much for stopping by my blog and for the sweet comment.
    Marydon has been a tremendous help and I still have alot to learn. So far I am enjoying it very much. I have to laugh at your cartoon..that was me earlier this morning!
    Gail

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  8. To funny!Thats the way I feel about that thing. I am trying to get up the nerve to take Weight watchers up on that free month. Love your blog.If you want you can take a peek at mine. Sally

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  9. Oh that's what I want to do! Thanks for the laugh. And thank you for your quick response to my plea to send a card to Amy. You are such a sweetie! laurie

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  10. TOO funny! Thanks so much for visiting my blog & I'm so happy to find yours! I really appreciate the advice you had for my injury - the donut pillow is a great help! You have a lovely blog!
    Kathy

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  11. Ah hahahaha! Stupid scale! Always tell the hard cold truth!

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  12. LOL! THANKS FOR SHARING...
    COULDN`T STOP LAUGHING!

    ENJOY LIFE`S SIMPLE TREASURES,
    DEBBIE MOSS

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  13. Lol! I cut this cartoon out of a magazine YEARS ago and saved it all this time because I CAN certainly relate. In fact, I think most women can relate, whether they are overweight or not, so I used this same cartoon as one of my early posts when I first started blogging. The cartoon makes me laugh every time I see it...even 'tho the numbers on MY scale are no laughing matter. :)

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  14. Hi Spencer,

    Love the comic, that's why we don't keep guns around here!

    Anyways, I am new to blogging and went back and read some old comments left when I just started and didn't know how to answer them. I found your sweet comment and wanted to come over and see your blog. It is adorable. And I just LOVE your garden. And that pretty headboard with the name of your blog, I'm gonna have to copy that one. Just brilliant. Anyways, so nice to meet you and I'll stop by more often.

    Janet

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  15. This is a hoot! I think every woman has those thoughts at one time or another! They need to make a scale that lies to you and tells you you're light as a feather and beautiful just the way you are!

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  16. The funeral for mine was years ago, and I don't miss that mean, lying, dirty creep of a scale one bit!
    XO,
    Donna Lynn

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  17. Love this so much, and it gave me a hearty laugh, I felt like that this AM, when mine was up a bit...OK, a lot...boy hate my scale and may have to pull out my 22!
    Dee

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  18. I just came back from vacation and that's exactly how I feel about my scale right now. ;=)

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Sweet and dear little Chickies....thank you so much for your comments. I read each and every one. I always try to make a return visit........sometimes I fail miserably... but you're alllll soooo special to me!

Many, many hugs!
Spencer