Saturday, January 05, 2008


Okay, I admit it. I can't keep my interests separate. They just get muddled with each other.

So, as much as I'd like to spare Linguini-ites the overpowering nesting tendencies of Domestic Derring-Do and spare the Do-ers from my occasionally caustic, decidedly canine, usually puzzling life on Linguini On the Ceiling, I'm beginning to feel fragmented. They keep spilling over into each other.

And so all future posts will be here on Linguini and we'll all have to live with the fact that sometimes I'm not pithy and clever and I really do have a side of me that wishes she never had to leave her little hill for the real world.

So, if you're here from Domestic Derring-Do, Welcome, and don't let the residents here frighten you. They're harmless, old friends, many related and all hold down normal lives. Well, relatively normal.


mrhaney said...

well i am here. where is every one else. they must have got lost. just dropped by to wish you a happy new year. i hope it turns out to be a great one.

Meg said...

Yay, I'm glad you're bringing it all together in one place! And I'm glad I'm not the only one who can't stand being fragmented like that. I put all my stuff together on the one blog mostly because 1) that's how I started the first time around ten years ago (pre-blogs, oh, I am so totally dating myself now!) and *I* like it that way, and also 2) because I figure that, hey, if someone doesn't want to read about a particular aspect of my life and personality they can skip it, right?

The blogs I like best tend towards covering lots of ground, anyhow. Those are always the most interesting! :)

JACKet said...

Great image, Wholeness is a good thing, if i want pithy i'll go for spot on, Happy new year. Jacky

Jane G. said...

So I can't call you Sybil anymore then? Dang.

Sisiggy said...

MrH: Oh, they'll be by. Happy New Year!

Meg:The dogs will still have their own blog because (whispering some people think making your dogs talk is really weird.

jacket: I think my pithy got me in trouble over at Spot-on. Never comment on the uselessness of political forecasting when practically everyone else on the site is doing that very thing...oops.

jane: The people! The people!

tracy said...

I've been looking back into your archives a bit. I love, love, your intelligent writing, and style.

Dark Garden said...

someone beat me to the Sybil line.

Guess it was pretty predictable.

Leslie Shelor said...

I'm glad you're getting it all together, 'cause you're writing! I'm SO far behind in reading your blog!