Slim and Franke

Slim and Franke

Monday, January 20, 2014

TRAIL OF CHEERS

Question Of The Week 1-20-14


28 comments:

  1. I have already self-published three memoirs:
    1. Like a Joyful Bird
    2. Love, Life and Publishing
    3. Look for Me in Hawaii

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  2. "Mindful" or knowing me I probably will forget that I decided on this name. I better write it down.

    The thing is, back home in India only very important people like leaders etc write their autobiography. More than any thing, people will laugh at me, if I say that I am writing one.

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  3. Point Me to the Promised Land.

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  4. 1.The Unknown Architect
    2.Ashokism

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  5. Laughing all the way. :)

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  6. gigihawaii
    How does it feel to be ahead of the game?

    Munir
    And you are always that.

    Lisa (aka Mollie's mom)
    I thought you were the one pointing the way.

    ashok
    You are already using both of those aren't you?

    Lynn
    Perfect of course!

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  7. I'm thinking it would be named "Living Consciously" like my blog.

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  8. The same as my other blog:
    Imagine What I Am Leaving Out.

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  9. Kim with kenju, I'd name mine after my blog :Heart In Hand, Foot In Mouth!

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  10. Marie Osmond wrote a book MIGHT AS WELL LAUGH ABOUT IT NOW ... I like that title and I say that to my kids all the time so I probably would use it. That, or MEANWHILE, BACK AT THE FUNNY FARM

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  11. I wrote mine too but never allowed it to be published. When the time came to sign-- I wouldnt do it. I felt like I'd be selling my soul.

    my title was::
    I laughed till I cried and then cried till I could laugh again.

    hope no one steals my title in case I change my mind on the allowing it to be published thing:)

    lovin ya bunches as always
    Sonny

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  12. Never thought about this before...the only phrase that sprung to mind was, "And so it goes..." :)

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  13. Right now it would have to something like: CRASH.

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  14. I Sang in the Sunshine--a take off from my favorite song "We'll sing in the Sunshine."

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  15. You know that is something which never occurred to me, perhaps because me life is so ordinary.
    An ordinary life?
    I like Lynn's suggestion.

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  16. Possibly:

    "How I Lived Laughed Loved and travelled"

    Take care
    Cathy

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  17. Changes in the wind
    You change direction with the wind so you are always in progress. Good title.

    LL Cool Joe
    And you still are.

    Jeanie
    That would be why you picked that blog title. By the way, I love your blog header. Did you design that yourself?

    kenju
    Have you ever tried to access “Imagine” again? Was it totally destroyed by the virus?

    heartinhand
    We've all got a little bit of that disease. Lol

    Aunt Betsy
    Speaking of FUNNY FARM, did you ever see that movie with Chevy Chase? It is hilarious.

    Sonny
    Oh publish it, please. You know all your blog friends would buy it. Lovin ya bunches too.

    Talon
    “And so it goes...” plus you could add, “It keeps on Ticking”

    Olga
    Are you going to ride the bike again? We might just all start calling you “Crash”.

    Arkansas Patti
    That was “our song” with my high school sweetheart. Had forgotten all about it.

    Elephant's Child
    Somehow your autobiography titled “An Ordinary Life” doesn't seem to fit, but I would read it anyway regardless of the title just because you wrote it.

    Cathy
    Well you've written it through your blog, so print it and slap that title on it. You are good to go.

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  18. Not that I think I rate one, but The Polyhedron Diaries appeals to me for now.

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  19. Probably the title I used for a blog post recently, only you would have to replace my initials with my first name.

    The Man, The Myth, The G.B.

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  20. Mr. RK's answer: "Me, not you."

    Mine would probably be something like, "I could not make this up." And then volume two, "Fuck it!"

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  21. cube
    If you read any of these blogs, you know that we all rate one. I would read yours and any of the others with great interest.

    G.B. Miller
    Start with The Myth:)

    Riot Kitty
    Yes to Mr. R.K.
    Yes to your second but as both Volume I and Volume II don't you think, really, in all seriousness, come on now?

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  22. An adventure, period.

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  23. Guess I'm still too tired to think straight - 24 hours after seeing the question !

    How about"
    "How Did I Get Here?!?"
    ( No, this not a Birds n Bees discussion, Google Earth directions, or Alzheimers story )

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  24. Thank you. That is so sweet.

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  25. Brite Mist
    And it all fits in the title: AN ADVENTURE PERIOD

    Snaggle Tooth
    Excellent! Or how about this: WHERE AM I GOING AND WHY AM I IN THIS HAND BASKET I know it's old but it always gets me. By the way ST, glad you could comment.

    cube
    You're welcome. Let me know when it is on the shelves.

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  26. Originally I called it 'Tears before bedtime.'
    My Mum would always say 'There'll be tears before bed-time when I was being giddy - and she was usually right.

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