Thursday, 25 November 2010

A Thankful Interview and a call for Centurions!

Bloggie friends!!

The ever so gorgeous Sharde of Realm of Randomness was so kind enough to interview me, here

But the reason why I'm telling y'all is not to read my silly answers to her fab questions but to listen to Ms Sharde read one of my sillier poems!!

She makes the words sing with that lovely voice of hers! Awww!! I was so happy to hear it!

Charlie says: HAPPY THANKSGIVING to everyone honouring this day!

Bloggie friends - I will be offline AGAIN today (Booooo!!) but I will return - very late to your blogs - probably by the weekend - but return I will!!


The ever so feared and fearless Maximuss Spittamus is recruiting centurions!!

Being the Centre of the Universe, he needs lots of protection! Here is what he says:

"If you would like to join my Centurions and be a part of the life of the one and only Maximus Spittimus then e-mail your pics to and The Two Legs will post your pics and you will be a part of my Centurion Army for ever and ever and ever"

Until then, have a spiffing Turkey Day!!!!!!!!!!!


Cats~Goats~Quotes said...

We will go read the interview!
~ Timothy and The Bunch

klahanie said...

It's me, Penny, the Jack Russell. Just had a look over at your interview at that was really neat.
And Charlie, just thought you might like to know that 'Thanksgiving Day' is not uniquely American.
Gary, the guy I allow to live with me, is Canadian and they celebrated it way back on October 11th.
Anyway, all the best who are celebrating it on Thursday. May it be a peaceful and positive time.
Thank you Charlie. And Charlie, you take care eh.
Pawsitives wishes, Penny:-)

Kea said...

I read your interview and listened to your delightful poem, and as I posted there, was completely enchanted. Well done to you both!

Have a good day, hope it's not yet more moving at work!

Brian said...

That is a wonderful picture of Charlie! Hey, we went and heard your poem, that was pretty darn cool!

Anonymous said...

Great interview. Glad you didn't give up on the 2006 book. *waves to Charlie*

Melissa Gill said...

Great interview. My computer's acting up so can't listen to the poetry, but I loved your answers. Maximus Spittimus is pretty cute too.

Jemi Fraser said...

Sounds like fun! Enjoy a wonderful Thanksgiving weekend :)

Jamie Burch said...

Happy Thanksgiving! Does Charlie get to eat turkey? He's such a cutie! I'm sure he gets lots of special treats.

Take care...:)

Pat @ Mille Fiori Favoriti said...

I enjoyed reading your interview Jenn, and Ms Sharde did such a nice job reading your cute poem! I hope your novel revision will bring it to a level of perfection that you are happy with and that you get it published in the new year! :)
Thank you for your holiday wishes!
Have a very happy weekend

Deborah said...

I'm going over to read your interview next!
Thanks Charlie for wishing us a Happy Thanksgiving. Big doings tomorrow!!

Deborah said...

I just saw your interview! Good post and very interesting! I wish I could write and come out with a series of books and make about a million hehehehehe
Have fun!

Lola Sharp said...

I'm terribly thankful for YOU. You are always a ray of sunshine in my comments and on this blog.
The bloggy world would not be the same place without you and Charlie.

I know you live in the UK, and therefore aren't a Turkey-day practicer, yet you think of us anyway. *hugs* Thanks for being you.


Elizabeth Mueller said...

Hi, Jenny! You're so sweet! Thanks for wishing us a great thanksgiving, as for you, I hope you enjoy yours as well!!! <3

Elizabeth Mueller said...

I went over to Sharde's blog and read her interview of you. You're so cute, Jennifer. I'm so glad to get to know you better! :)

It would be SO nice to meet you in real life!


lupie said...

Wow!!! Well-done!
Congrats on the well-deserving interview and, and, your poem came alive with voice and video!

Love Charlie's pose on your table too!

Jenn & Charlie ... both of you are simply lovely!

Love, Bin + Lucky & Co


Er...Charlie Kor2, Wolfie here, can Centurions fly?

The Golden Eagle said...

Have a great day yourself! :)

Jayne said...

An interview with you? How lovely - will pop over there now. :)

Talli Roland said...

Happy Turkey Day! Not that I'm having turkey, but still...

Headed over to the interview now!

Jan's Funny Farm said...

How neat, you are Maximus' first recruits.

We hope you have a great day.

Four Dinners said...

Maximus Spittimus requests that I advise you that Senior Centurion Charley is in his rightful place at the top of the Centurion Army.

Come the revolution...;-)


penandpaints said...

That was a great interview, you're too modest Ms.O.K, hehe, I'm still researching C.B :) Well done on that too, brilliant!

Len said...

Happy Thanksgiving, Old Kitty! Will now check your interview! This is cool! :)))

Guinevere said...

Very cool interview! I love that you're still so passionate about the paranormal story you started in 06 - I hope revisions go well!

Marg said...

Charlie, you look like you just had a huge Thanksgiving meal even though you don't celebrate it over there across the pond. Your interview and poem were just terrific. Good job.

The Creek Cats said...

We are so thankful for great friends like you!

notesfromnadir said...

It was interesting to read the interview & know that you have completed a book. I hope you get it published very soon.

Esme said...

I know you do not celebrate the US Thanksgiving-but gobble gobble anyways.

Anonymous said...

For ever and ever and ever ... sounds like a trap. I could be shanghaied and used in military service for eternity.

Lynda Young said...

congrats for your interview! Have a great thankgiving weekend :)

Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

Which reminds me - time for Turkey Day Part Deux!

Clarissa Draper said...

I checked it out, it's really cool! I hope you have a great weekend. You and Charlie.


Maria McKenzie said...

Loved the interview--and the poem was great!

Theresa Milstein said...

I had a good Turkey day. After a nice 4-day weekend, I'm heading back home today.

Off to read the interview!

Ellie said...

Fantastic interview!