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Sunday, October 17, 2010

I've Been Roasted!

Do me a favor and pop on over to Eddie Bluelight's blog
Clouds and Silvery Linings. He's done a great job of
interviewing me and asking serious and hilarious questions!
You might learn something new about me, too!
And thank you Mr. Toast, for giving my name to Eddie.
To see me roasted, click HERE!
Thanks, Eddie! It this was a lot of fun!

33 comments:

  1. I'll open the bidding! LOL
    Loved your answers, Betsy, and a pleasure working with you on this.
    I love your blog and just signed up.
    Thanks again and . . . . mmm! that coffee was fantastic!.

    Glad I managed to salvage the roast from those evil jaws of Blogger LOL.

    Yes we seem to have the same kind of humour (note the u LOL).
    Hugs ~ Eddie

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  2. Sounds like Eddie toasted you to a crisp.

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  3. Eddie ~ thank you...it was a lot of fun! You're a gracious, kind host...with a lot of humor or humour...haha. :) Thanks for following, too.

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  4. that was very good....I loved reading your responses!!
    I can't wait to read the blogs you recommended!

    Your sense of humor came shining thru!!!!

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  5. Hi Betsy........ just popped over from my brother Eddie's Roast and enjoyed it very much.
    I *sat up* when I saw that you had so many men and male animals in your life and hope you don't mind a woman blogger commenting on your post! LOL.

    As I have a 14 yr old autistic grandson, I am really interested in the fact that you have autistic triplets. That must be hard work with all the other males to fit in too.
    Will have a browse around now that I am here, if you don't mind, that is.
    Maggie X

    Nuts in May

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  6. What a terrific Roast.... Betsy you are the BEST!

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  7. Hi Maggie ~ thanks for stopping by! Best wishes to your grandson and their parents! xo

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  8. Wanda ~ awww...love you, dear! :)

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  9. Thank you for the link to the birth of Nella Cordelia. It touched my heart and I sit here amazed at the strength it took for her to write that post.

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  10. betsy...read your post this morning...very cool....and i could think of few more deserving....you inspire daily particularly with your posts about the boys...

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  11. Brian ~ Thank you! That really means a lot! xo

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  12. Relatively speaking, there aren't many who truly deserve to have spotlights thrown upon them. You're one of those who does, needless to say... but I'm saying it anyway.

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  13. This was really a nice post Eddie did for you....it wasn't mean spirited as I've seen in some roasts. I enjoyed learning more about you, and am always impressed at your wonderful sense of humor. It's one of the reason for my popping in at my 5 men.

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  14. Loved the Roast. A couple of months ago I referred your blog to an old friend of mine who has an autistic 16yo grandson. She thought you were wonderful and also described you as a 'glass half full' kind of girl!

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  15. I enjoyed your Roast very much! I am going to have to visit more often and get to know you better!
    Hugs
    SueAnn

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  16. Loved the Q&A and your responses helped me to know you a little better. Thanks, Betsy.

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  17. Thanks, SueAnn! I'd love to get to know you better!

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  18. That was a really fun interview, Betsy. Great job on both your parts! And yes, you are one of those bloggers I'm very curious about! Truly a fascinating woman, you are.

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  19. Oh, how interesting to be interviewed, I will now go and read the questions and answers. Hope your Sunday is lovely,
    xoxo

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  20. Your roasting was fun to read! And yes, I do think that you and Kelle Hampton are two from the same pod; I guess that is why I enjoy both of your blogs so much, you have a positive attitude about life that is contagious!

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  21. Thank you, dear Christian! You were one of my very first blog friends! You inspire me, too! xo

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  22. Nice One Betsy!
    I Toast Your Roast!

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  23. I loved reading the roast, what a cool concept! And even cooler is the fact you are writing a book - can't wait to read!

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  24. thoroughly enjoyed the interview.... if you make it up to the north coast for a visit i'm going have to turn you on to some mitchell brothers ice cream!!

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  25. Kim ~ it's a deal! I've never heard of Mitchell Brothers! I'm sure it's delish! :)

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  26. OK, it's up, I'm going there now! ...fun. :)

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  27. What an excellent roast, Betsy. You did cook up well! Loved all of it. Wonderful. ")

    Of cours ei already know you so well from reading your blog for so long alone but your receoomendation of "Nella Cordelia: A Birth Story," from Enjoying the Small Things blog by Kelle was so good too. I jsut read a bit of the blog and had to stop as it is such a tear jerker. The way the pediatrician told ehr the news was ahndled so incredibly well too, must say.

    Makes me wonder, when the final analysis was in, which I suspect took a lot of diagnosis from so many for your young boys, did the doctors handle it as well breaking that news to you?

    Oh, and I so had to laugh as the s-x change question. you were so brave and funny there. Yes, that would make things MOST interesting there. All boys all the way around!

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  28. P.s> Alan would be a fantastic roast too. Great idea ot mention him.

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  29. I really enjoyed your roast, was great to learn more about you. Some great answers, well done! :-)

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  30. Wonderful interview Betsy, so nice to meet you.

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  31. Such fun to read! He does a great job with the roast.

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  32. wow how I enjoyed the interveiw..such great responses!!

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