Well, Sam, I think that blogger is on Pacific time, so the time that shows up is three hours behind. But there are times I'm at work at 7:33 a.m. Thanks for writing from Hawaii to ask that! Aloha.
A friend writes: "Hello again. Caren, maybe you already knew this, but it's obvious to me you have some genius blood in you. You must, as you obviously think in the same way as one of the 20th Century's most creative minds (besides mine): In the book 'John Lennon - In My Life,' written by John's lifelong friend Pete Shotton, the author mentions John giving him, in late 1968, a copy of a special book John had written..."titled 'Diary Of A Working Man.' The opening entry (for "Monday, 1 January") read "Got up. Went to work. Got home. Went to bed"; this was followed by identical entries for Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday ..." Wow! Just make sure Yoko doesn't hit you with a plagiarism suit."
Brad chimes in: "I must once again protest to the innuendo espoused in your blog. In one of your latest entries, you tell the English that "you folks make great muffins." Now, I'm certain I don't need to tell you about the obvious sexual innuendo of that statement."
Former roommate's mother in Mexico writes: "I'd be so pleased to know more about Brad. Like how does he pass his day now that he doesn't have a theatre job and has left ring announcing? (Is he a friend from Trivia Night?)"
Buy my book by the way.
Someone interviewing me about my book Sunday who had read this blog said, "You make up the reader reactions to your blog, right?" I had to tell her that no, people really ARE writing impassioned responses to a blog in which I say "Woke up, put clothes on, went to work" every damn day.
terribly and just cry yourself to sleep every single night saying -- what if?
It's so diffcult for you that you just write, wake up, shower, get dressed and
go to work to try to hide it --- it's all so clear now."
I'd like to take this opportunity to register my disgust regards the events on your blog. There is too much talk of nudity (all this talk of showering and going to work naked. Ugh). There's not even a mention of your book or carenlissner.com. If this persists, I may e-mail the search engine companies to have yours registered as an adult website.