41 thoughts on “#MondayMeme #MondayBlogs #AmWriting #Humor

  1. Superb! I saw Snape and started laughing (having spent the last half-hour on displacement activities) and had to pass it on to Kevin. He laughed, too – and then there was more!. Brilliant start to my day, Marcia -I’m off to do some Sirius writing now. xx

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    • Hehehehe. I’m so glad the day started off with a laugh for both you and Kevin! And I loved Alan Rickman so much, I never pass up a chance to share him as any character, but especially as Snape. He could quite possibly convince me to start watching movies again. So glad you enjoyed these, Trish, and I really appreciate your taking the time to let me know. (That gets MY day off to a great start! Siriusly! 😀 ❤

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    • So glad you enjoyed them, Joan, and yep. Inspiration often strikes during the most inconvenient moments. But then again, I dreamed about a voice telling me there was a little boy lost in the mountains who needed his story written down, and somehow, I not only remembered it when I woke up, I’d figured out who he was and why he was alone in the wilderness, et voila. Rabbit was born. But yeah, usually those truly inspired moments disappear by the time you get back to the house. *sigh*

      Glad you enjoyed these and I thank you so much for letting me know! Happy Monday to you, as well. 😀 ❤

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    • Really glad you enjoyed these, Jeanne. Gandalf’s blank expression is priceless, isn’t it? And I think we’ve all watched that fierce wolf of an idea morph into something quite different. As for Snape, well, I adored Alan Rickman in every role I’ve ever seen him play, and Snape was at the very top! Yeah, Snape would sort me out right quick. 😀 Thanks so much for stopping by today and taking time to say hello. Have a great one! 😀 ❤

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    • I really loved that one, too, Gwen. Overall, it might be my fave! And I do believe it’s what happened to me with Riverbend 4. I not only have no memory of that place, but I don’t even want to hang around there anymore. 🙄 So glad these gave you some laughs, Gwen, and I thank you for taking time to let me know! Have a great week, my friend! 😀 ❤

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  2. This was a fantastic roundup, Marcia. I had to scroll through them more than once just because I enjoyed them so much. I love the wolf/rough draft meme, Gandalf and the Dos Equis guy best, but they’re all so good, I’m still giggling. Thanks for starting my Monday off with laughter! 🤣❤️💕

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    • SO glad you enjoyed them, Mae! I love those three, too, but then I loved all of them, or I wouldn’t have bothered to share them. But the expression on Gandalf’s face just kills me! That might be my very favorite, and as I said to someone earlier, it’s what I think happened to my Riverbend 4 novel. Doh!

      I’m really happy to have helped your day get started with a bit of laughter, and I’m sending you wishes for a great week ahead, my Penderpal! Thanks so much for dropping in!! 🤗 ❤ 🤗

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        • Yep, that lost and vacant stare tells it all, doesn’t it? Hopefully, you’ll snap right out of it and move on with the book. Not so sure I’m going to move forward with it at all.

          And great news on Diablo Mesa! I’m still trying to recover from the things I did NOT like about Bloodless, especially the ending, so it will be good to have this one to look forward to. Hugs back atcha!
          🤗🤗🤗

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    • Glad you enjoyed them, Yvette. Kind of a “something for everybody” group, I think. And the IKEA one really did crack me up. Using that approach, you could publish several novels a day, right? Who’d know? 😂

      Thanks so much for stopping by to let me know you enjoyed them! Hope they keep you chuckling for a while! 😀

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    • Thanks, Sue. I’m having a thoroughly groovy Monday, all right. (If your idea of groovy involves skin cancers, dermatologists, and minor but painful procedures, that is.) Eeep. But I’m home home now, it doesn’t hurt any more, and best of all, yet another one is GONE. WooHooo. Sometimes that’s just as good as groovy, in the long run. 😂😂😂

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      • Nope. Can’t say that’s groovy at all. I sure hope you’re doing okay. Charlie had some skin cancer removed. It didn’t go any further, but it was still a “thing.”

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        • Seriously, it’s fine. I’ve had so many removed over the years, and have scars upon scars, Today’s was not a big deal, honest. (I’ve had some that were, but this was easy in the grand scheme of things. A pain in the neck to go have done, but nothing I’m worried about, this time. But thanks for your kind words, and I hope Charlie never has any more issues! 😀 ❤

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