Wednesday, April 9, 2014

Charlie's Scribes Answer My Call for Help with ... Well, Grab a Fan, Ladies ...

Knowing I would be ridiculously busy this week, I put out a call for help to Charlie's Scribes. I didn't specify a topic, so I knew I would be at the mercy of their whimsical nature. 

And I wasn't wrong ... nor can I say that I'm disappointed. Take a lookee below ~

I journeyed far and wide looking for a certain...impeccable topic to do for Dianne. I mean have you been here often? It's always full of wise and awesome tales, topics, and to-do's for writing!
How could I top that?
Until I slammed the brakes on my Chevro-legs. I asked a few questions, drooled quite a bit, then discovered...FARMERS CAN WRITE!

They have a wonderful writer's vocabulary that they just HAD to show me.
And show me they did!!
Come...gather round...listen...meet my FARMING WRITERS!

So what did we learn today that's writerly? Always carry a fan!
I mean, never think because someone DOESN'T SEEM like a writer, that someone CAN'T BE a writer. Everyone is just different...and sometimes shirtless...and buff...and tan... oh my, where's my industrial fan!!!???
Post by Charlie's Scribes Angel: Tammy Theriault


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9 comments:

  1. I see that this was posted by Tammy, but we all know that Mark was the brains behind this post:D

    Now, someone pass me a fan...

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  2. I love it. And the motto 'you snooze, we muse' is awesome! What a great idea!

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  3. Hi Dianne and those scribing scribes - was this wise? Men .. way to go .. love this Tammy - such fun .. and I'm recovering with a cup of tea .. we're restrained over here?!

    Cheers Hilary

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  4. linda: I can't share my fans!

    robin: I tried to have him pose but he refused

    mshatch: thanks doll!

    Hilary: hope the tea was soothing!

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  5. Awesome post! I was laughing, and drooling, and then laughing.

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  6. That totally changed my view of farms and writing. Lol! And my daughter glanced over my shoulder and wants to know WHAT her Mom is looking at! :)

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  7. LOL...

    I knew this was Tammy's baby.... Always thinking about men in running shorts and now Men on the farm....

    Hope all is well Dianne!

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  8. Miranda: thanks girl!!

    T. Decker: oooh man. hope your daughter isn't scared!

    Michael: you know me so well!!

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