Tuesday, May 11, 2010


A belated (whoopsie) thank you to Amalia Td for gifting all of us at the Archives with an award. This is my public self-flagellation for somehow not knowing that I didn't follow your blog, Amalia. My very serious bad.

To anyone else who has given me an award, if I miss saying thank you for it... well... please always feel free to smack me. It's not like I don't care, I am just gifted with the memory of a flatworm*.

*No offense to any flatworms. I mean, everyone knows flatworms are smarter than nightcrawlers**, right?

**No offense to nightcrawlers. You guys totally have it over the woolly caterpillars***.

***No offense to woolly caterpillars. But seriously, you guys are just dumb. Come on... crossing the road by the hundreds at feet per hour? Not a very good way to keep the species goin'. I'm just sayin'.


  1. Maybe the woolly caterpillars are trying to become extinct so that there is less a lack of intelligence in the world. Sound pretty smart to me. . .

  2. There's something off about that logic... but I can't find it, so I'll just say you're right and offer a public apology to the caterpillars, too.

  3. Haha, no sweat! I'm glad you found it :)

  4. Amalia-- me too. I didn't know what I was missing, haha. You write about stuff I like-- history, mythology, etc.

  5. So, I'm not the only one... I'm glad you finally found Amalia.

  6. (lol) Too cute. Yep, you were missing out, but see, you rectified the oversight.