• July 11, 2010

    If you don’t do it, you’re getting the Red Stapler treatment. Which, I promise, you DO NOT WANT! Go, do! You will rock it.

  • July 11, 2010

    Tee. Red Stapler Treatment. :: shivers :: you’re right. =)

  • July 11, 2010

    It’s never too late. Go for it!

  • July 11, 2010

    I think that’s awesome. Go you!

  • shari
    July 11, 2010

    You can do it! You never cease to amaze me with your talent to draw people in with words. A book is a wonderful idea!

  • Mary Kamaka
    July 11, 2010

    You should totally do it! i would buy it. I love your stories and style!

  • July 11, 2010

    It is completely within your sphere of possibility.  If, for some unknown reason, you find yourself needing a kick in the ass, I will gladly don my own combat boots and help you along.  grin

  • Snarflemarfle
    July 11, 2010

    Go! Go! Go!  It took my sis 10 years from the start of her Masters to the completion of her Doctorate and I love seeing that copy of her dissertation on my shelf!  (and she doesn’t even have kids or a husband…)

  • July 11, 2010

    Yeah?  Really?  I’m intrigued.

    Really intrigued.

    Good luck—

  • July 12, 2010

    OK, on June 23rd I made a comment to your Kelly Rippa blog and now regret I opened my mouth. The comment that has brought said regret? “the Maytag we bought when you were 10 years old is still working its magic for us and I have no plans to replace either, even if they look old.”


    Once the words come out of your mouth, just like the water in Australian toilets, the opposite will happen.

    Our beloved Maytag that was never to be replaced DIED yesterday which correlates to said comment and Murphy.

    No study needed, Murphy’s Law is quoted and proven daily.

    Now we are waiting 2-3 weeks for said replacement to arrive. Murphy: Did I mention that we have dirty underwear getting crusty as I speak?

  • Suzanne
    July 12, 2010

    You will write that book. You may ask, ?How can you be so certain of this?? I guess, it?s because there?s a similarity in deductive reasoning, which some might call it longing, even passion. Although, for me, it was rather slow in materializing, yet it was God?s purpose for my life to write this story, which only took me forty-one years to do! Your story, Mrs. Flinger, made me think of my passion in completing Mommy?s Writings: Mommy, would you like a sandwich? It?s a journey I?ve never ever regretted, just like your wedding, and it?s a true story. It will be in the Marketplace by year-end 2010. Your conscious and unconscious doing brings you to the first step than in writing it. Seattle is inspiring and it will aid your inspiration. I know this from having lived in Mukilteo, WA, for fourteen years. I moved in February 2010 to be near my beloved Son Chad, which is where the dear Lord wants me for the time being. But I?ll always remember Washington States? beauty and my dear friends. Remember this too, God placed your special client publisher within your reach and in your life to inspire you.

    Suzanne McMillen-Fallon, Published Author, would you like a sandwich?

  • syd
    July 12, 2010

    I’m behind you 110%.
    No, 150%.
    No, 180%.
    You get the idea.

  • July 12, 2010

    I finished my coursework for my Master’s more than 10 years ago…and never finished my thesis. I start over again (from scratch) on August 30. If I can do this, so can you.

  • July 12, 2010

    I am so intrigued… I assure you my eyes would not glaze over (yay for girl programmers!).  I’m thrilled for you… and proud of you!  smile

  • July 13, 2010

    Please write your book! I’m in IT and I’d love to read it!

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