Okay, it’s a new month.
I have no idea where January went, but I sure know where February is going.
Nicky and Cheesy Mike over at We Work For Cheese are running a sanity-testing 28 Day Writing Challenge. I know, I know, we barely finished the 30 Day Photo Challenge, and I know I’m supposed to be writing a book (and I am), but it seems I’m taking part in this one too.
Nicky was quite clear on that.
I have no idea how I get roped into these things, tho it’s interesting to note that they always send an attractive woman to ask me; perhaps I’m too much of a gentleman to say no. Or single for far too long. Or something.
So, here we go.
I’ve not forgotten The Cephalopocalypse, and will sneak out the next part or two when you’re least expecting it.
Slide on over to We Work For Cheese (after you've read this first, obviously) to check out the other folk taking part. Hell, to join in too, even. The more the merrier. Nicky won’t mind if you join the party late.
But if you do, you’d damn well better bring some Roquefort for her.
This blog entry has been removed, revised and included in the romping sci-fi epic TESTAMENT: FUNNY BADGERS by Indigo Roth, Red Angel Publishing, 2013.
Its reference in the book is ELLIOT 4:1-18
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LOL, I'm glad I was clear on your participation and thank you for calling me attractive. Unless you were referring to CheesyMike?ReplyDelete
Very well done for someone who sent me a panicked email not two days ago. Now go link up over on my post so the others can visit you too!
Hey Nicky! Panicked? I'm never panicked, my dear, British stiff upper lip and all that. That must have been the same scamp who volunteered me, the coward! I'm made of sterner stuff. And yes, definitely you; I've not been single long enough to be flirting with guys yet. Thanks for doing this. I reserve the right to change my mind. Indigo xDelete
Can I have a drink, too?ReplyDelete
Hey Ziva! Yes, I have a nice bottle of 1996 Rioja Gran Reserva poised for your arrival; you're welcome anytime. Indigo xDelete
I'm not sure what you're drinking but can I have one too? Beats the hell out of cheese.ReplyDelete
Hey Dufus! Damn, whish of thuz two glasshes am I shupposed to be fillin' up? Pffft. Buggr, mished.Delete
oh wow..... that was great!ReplyDelete
Hey "Mom"! Thanks, you're too kind. There's a whole backstory there; you're brave to take this one on cold!Delete
Hey bartender, pour another. Or take a lashing of 27 more days of challenge posts!ReplyDelete
Ooooh P.J., I think we're all deeply in the doo doo. I blame Nicky. And Ziva. Thanks for coming over! Indigo =)Delete
I'm also going to need more than one drink in order to make it through the next month. I don't know why I agreed to do this. I hate blogging competitions.ReplyDelete
Hey Mike! Yeah, I hear you =) IndigoDelete
Good stuff, Indigo! You still haven't told me if Elliot is married.ReplyDelete
Hey Linda! I can confirm the lad is single (in this reality, at least). But of course, he's married to his job. I'll pass on your regards, mind =) Indigo xDelete
That elephant owes me a postcard.ReplyDelete
And a visit. I'll join him, you know, just to make sure he doesn't lose his bottle. Wow, I hope that travels as a phrase. Roth xDelete
You know, I'm supposed to ride the stationary bike tonight. Instead, now I want to drink bourbon and eat cheese. Yes, my mind is too tired and that's what it took from this post. Not roquefort, though. Maybe some asiago and Triscuits.ReplyDelete
Hey Joshua! Could you eat the cheese while ON the bicycle? I'm just asking. IndigoDelete
If we declare you the winner, does that make the next 27 days moot?ReplyDelete
What a brilliant idea, LM. Then we don't have to write anything.Delete
Stop it, you two, you'll get me into trouble with Nicky. I have quite enough (27) things to worry about already.Delete
So the password is "cheesy cliche"? If I say that out loud will I end up in a desert somewhere? *looks at ice in tumbler where drink used to be* Damn!ReplyDelete
Hey Paula! I dedicate this tale of Elliot to you. Lovely to see you x IndigoDelete
You had me with "the clinking of ice in bourbon."ReplyDelete
Hey Malisa! Hah! Another victim of "Elephant God Noir"! Cheers! IndigoDelete
Muppet in a suit - hehe!ReplyDelete
Hey Azara! Lovely to see you here! And yes. I'm told I resemble Dr. Teeth ;D Indigo =)Delete
I am intrigued, but admittedly a little confused. I think this qualifies as the most postmodern blog entry about cheese for the day.ReplyDelete
Hey KZ! I feared this response. May I recommend The Long Road Home? You may need a flask and sandwiches; I'm brevity impaired. It's fun, tho. IndigoDelete
"If you love someone, set them free" sent memories flooding through me of cheesy items in my past. The greatest? I owned a rainbow shirt... the one with half the rainbow in the middle and the rest on either sleeve. And I had a matching bedspread set of the rainbow as well. Awesome!ReplyDelete
Hey Katherine, I'm glad you approved of the chromatic cheese! Good to see you here! IndigoDelete
I heart Eliot. Looking forward to your writing throughout February!ReplyDelete
Hey Jenn! He's a mysterious lad, but I know he likes the ladies. I'll tell him to keep an eye out for you. You may have to beat Paula and Linda aside, mind... Indigo =)Delete
You said cheese....the key to my heart.ReplyDelete
Great short too Indigo :)
Hey Kato! I know, right? It's baffling to me that some folk don't like cheese. But then, I think salmiakki tastes like liquorice, so what do I know? =) Roth xDelete
Short and sweet and perfect! xReplyDelete
I saw a Tarot Card Reader once and I, too, ended up with a headache. Such is the non benefit (of many) of a tarot card reading......xReplyDelete