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January 17, 2008

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mary

Here I am still awake at 11.00-pm when I am strictly a 10.00pm girl (who lives for reading in bed at night). I am reading blogs and playing with my photos on Flickr.

And thinking how lucky we are that we can do these things. Think that we might like to write a book and get to play with something on the internet that can make that dream seem more real. Whilst the net has made life dramatically more complex and demanding for many (my husband included) it has also made a lot of dreams come true.

alice

what's the portuguese tart that makes you so happy???

Mama Urchin

The three times for everything. That dialogue sounds just like my house.

stinkerbell

I am giggling about the footprints, wishing you had taken photos of that :)
Oh and I exist in the blurb vortex as well... finishing up a book on my Morocco photos as we speak :)

lyn

'The death stare' - I love that.

greenolive

hmm, toothpaste. I spent the day with toothpaste on my lip. A home remedy for cold sores. It worked a bit.

charlotte

as Polly always says that her father always says, never over-render.

Carson

Oh, I do like the new tweaked blog look Al!
And I so empathise , you know it must be really f*%#@d if not even a portugese tart can cheer (not even one from Sweet Belem!! )
...But wait!... I thought you had this totally ordered, perfect life! Oh no, another illusion shattered :)
Am intrigued about the Blurb thing and must check it out this weekend.

michele

oh a Blurb book! yours will be fantastic. i'm not ready to do one yet but i'm so glad you're going to do one. it will be be-aut-i-fullllll. and it's worth death stare days.

Kristen

Busting to see it! The book that is, not the toothpaste...

ice

enjoy studying the book.

ali

oh, linnet + blurb books! i am imagining the beautiful possibilities :)

i've been considering making a blurb book for some time now, just need to sort through the 10,000 photos in my iphoto first...not quite sure when i'll get to that!

martha

I will be first in line for the 6.5 st. book at the blurb bookshop.

jen

can't wait to see the book you come up with!

Gabrielle

I'm addicted to blurb, have done two books already - very impressed with the results. I think they should warn you though, that the small square format books are printed on a different printer than the larger ones (You only find this out when you look through the forums) I've done both a square 7 x7 inch and a larger 8 x10 inch. The print quality of the smaller one is still very nice, but not quite as good as the larger ones. It's a shame because the square format is really lovely. And last time I looked you can only sell books for profit in their bookstore if you are in the US. Of course you can still order a small run yourself (you get a discount for over 10 I think) and sell them for any price you like. I'm sure you would have lots of keen customers.

natasha

our kitten izzy managed to get toothpaste on her feet and underside and because she doesn't like to groom herself, it stayed there until i wiped her down. i swear she is a human child. who would thing anyone else would have the same issue!

amisha

the toothpaste made me laugh out loud... i can just see the little toothpaste footprints :)
and i am so excited about your book!
xox

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