Friday, February 18, 2011

Fracking macking macker bracker

Just wanted to let everyone know exactly how I'm feeling these days.

Fracking macker fracker bracker cracks. That's the mood.

You ever have those days where you want to run naked through a cornfield?

That's me. Do I need to go all the way to Mexico to find a cornfield? I feel a streak coming on...

By the way, buy Roland D. Yeomans' book, "The Bear With Two Shadows"

Writing in the Crosshairs

He'll put a link up near the top of his blog if he really wants you to buy it! (That's for you, Roland.)


- Eric

12 comments:

Anne Gallagher said...

Sorry you're having such a bad fracking day.

How's the baby?

Raquel Byrnes said...

Sounds like you've been getting enough sleep. 0_o

Hope your weekend goes better.

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Eric W. Trant said...

Thank you for the map, Raquel!

The baby's doing great. He's sleeping through the night, thank God almighty. Everyone including baby is getting a better night's sleep now.

- Eric

Raquel Byrnes said...

I didn't want you to have to go to Mexico to streak. That's just silly. Plenty of places in your own state in which to confuse the crows. =)

Jules said...

I hear you on babies sleeping through the night, exactly why I don't have any I cannot return :)

BTW Ohio is full of corn fields. But I'd just streak :D
Jules @ Trying To Get Over The Rainbow

Wine and Words said...

Well you know I work on a farm. Fark! It ain't corn season. But we got mud. Mud is fun in bare feet.

Yay for baby sleep!!!!

Melissa said...

I've been feeling the same way for a while. Just hang in there,..... or get the streaking out of your system!

Roland D. Yeomans said...

Eric : I took your advice. And that link is now up. Today, for me, has been one of those days that cause orbituaries to be written!

Callous, uncaring human beings in positions where human lives are at stake. My own poison ivy outbreak that almost had my physician admiitting me to a hospital to treat. I thought I could self-medicate. LOL.

One snafu after another.

And yes, Eric, I would be honored if you bought THE BEAR WITH TWO SHADOWS. Basically, I'm a shy man who treasures my friends over money. So I was reluctant to hawk my book like a barker at a carney.

Thanks for giving me a nudge.

I've been feverish, shivering, and feeling quite like I might be turning into a zombie ... looking at my two swollen arms, I might be right! LOL.

I'm glad all is mostly well with your baby. Thanks for having my back! Roland

Jai Joshi said...

Texas has got a bunch of cornfields (just out on 121N near Allen) but I'd recommend waiting until April or May to run naked through them. Right now they'll be a bit barren, not so fun to run through.

Thanks for the reminded about Roland's book. I'm wishing him the very best.

Jai

Carole Anne Carr said...

Sorry to hear that, hope you soon have wow! tremendous! joyous! bouncing with delight! instead.

Donna Hole said...

They're starting to plant the cornfields now in my neighborhood.

I can't say I've ever felt like running naked through one, but heh, if you're traveling this way, let me know so I can sit out there with my wine and my lawn chair. And my camera of course. I could sell tickets and everything . .

LOL.

Some days you just gotta do something crazy to get over it.

Have a better week Eric.

........dhole

Snowbrush said...

Well, if I were you, I would wait a few months and run through the okra. Oregon is too cold for it, and I sure do miss it.

I'm with you on hating whistlers. Seems like they're always male, and always tend to be found in supermarkets. I guess they' think they're god's shoppers to their fellow shoppers, but I just want to stuff okra in their mouths--not that stores sell it here.