Sunday, July 31, 2011

* Not A Reliable Indicator

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Its reference in the book is REDHEADS 2:1-50

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19 comments:

  1. Good job you didn't stub your little toe on the door-jamb on the way to the loo like I did last night.

    That's a reliable indicator........

    {Ooww}

    Nice dog! I bet Miranda's cute too. It's always the cute ones that get away.......

    sheesh.

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  2. Hey Alistair! Dammit yes, she got away, tho I have no idea who she was! And go easy on the toes, we just get one set to play with. Indigo

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  3. That wasn't the bear from the party the other night, was it?!

    Loved the warm wreckage of bedclothes...

    Pearl

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  4. dreams... where in we see all that we hope for infused with everything we've seen all wrapped up in multicolor fog...

    isn't it a wonderful place?

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  5. Hey Pearl! Could be, he's quite the party animal, but I can't confirm - I never get invited anywhere.

    Hey Eolist! Wonderful? Occasionally. Mostly it's the hunting ground for my subconscious, which REALLY seems to have a problem with me. But mostly it's just full of weird shit.

    Thanks to you both! Indigo

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  6. The frightening thing is when I have these foggy intervals in the middle of the day. This was wonderfully written, and I loved the same phrase Pearl did.

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  7. Hey Blissed-Out! Thank you Nancy. As ever, I didn't even notice it as it went down. I'm a terrible judge of what will be popular! Indigo

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  8. Awake or asleep, I love the way your mind works, my friend. Delightful!

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  9. Hi Jayne! Thank you! We hope to see your safe return from house-moving-exile soon. Indigo x

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  10. Cute dog. Sounds like it's quite taken with Bear.

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  11. Love that dod, talk about cute. Maybe the dream means you should get one.
    Redheads like to flit between the universes.

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  12. (better 2nd time without the spelling mistake..!)

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  13. Hey Joshua! Bear is a charmer, and no mistake.

    Hey Red! God or dod, I'm pleased to see you flitting over here!

    Thanks to you both! Indigo

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  14. You really do tell a story, my friend! I hope you're writing a book.

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  15. Thats a lovely story, I really like the way you write. You make reading effortless. I must try harder, or not, or... I don't know, get better at it somehow :)

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  16. Hey Leah! Too kind ma'am, thank you. As for a book, it's on the agenda. In fact, in theory all the material is written, I just need to juggle and do some rework.

    Hey Robbie! Thank you, but I think you're underestimating your skills. More sir, more!

    Thanks to you both! Indigo

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  17. I think that dog would definitely suit you... as would Miranda.

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  18. Hey Boom Boom! It has to be said, while I adore dogs of character, I'm not suited to small dogs. More of a "big dumb hound" fella, myself. I would have adored Hickory. But Miranda? If ONLY I could remember her *sniff* Indigo x

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