Shawshanking Around

Dear Readers,

If you’re reading this, you’ve made it to my blog today.
And if you’ve come this far, maybe you’re willing to come a little further.
You remember the name of the blog, don’t you?

If you don’t, it’s called I’ll Be Out In a Minute.

Tracy could use some more awesome people to help get this project on wheels. And since you are all awesome, you should go be awesome with her too.
I’ll keep an eye out for you and the olive oil ready (you’ll only get this joke if you click over and read).

Your friend,

Shares too Much Information on the Internet Dufresne

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12 thoughts on “Shawshanking Around

  1. thanks for the guest post mrs. funnybones. you may want to respond to some of your comments over here…
    now if you’ll excuse me i’m going to go oil my taint.

    • Hahaha! Any time! Make sure it’s extra virgin taint oil! I’ll head over now and respond :) Thank you again for letting me guest post.

  2. Leaving the same comment here that I left on your guest post:

    Since I follow your blog and read almost everything you post, of course I was going to follow you here too. Regarding the subject of your post, I’ll say the same thing that I’ve said so many times before. I don’t know how women do it, and endure not only all the discomforts of 9 months of pregnancy, but then that horrific crescendo of the pain of giving birth. And I will admit that I’ll be forever grateful that in my own personal chromosomal coin toss, that I came up heads instead of tails.

    As usual, your writing is excellent, and you even manage to insert some humor in the retelling of an experience, in which finding the humor is a real challenge. Great job!

    • Thanks again Chris! As always, you are one of my favorite commenters.
      Humor is everywhere my friend. Still one of the best days of my life, filled with laughter, awkward moments, unlikely timed power outages, and one beautiful, sweet little girl.

      • You inspire those comments. And yes, humor is everywhere, but only those with a true talent for humorous observation are going to find it, and I believe that you have that talent. I’ve seen you find the humor in a couple situations where I was unable to, but that doesn’t mean the humor wasn’t there; it means that you were more capable of seeing it than I was, and that’s why I really do respect your talent and ability.

        One beautiful, sweet little girl… I guess that says it all, and makes it all possible, no matter how difficult the process may be.

      • They are worth it all.
        I want to try to say something funny about what you’ve said, but I’ll just say sometimes you’re so damn nice you make me tear up a little.
        I really do appreciate it.

  3. I think the biggest way giving birth on TV is different from real life is that is almost never occurs in a hospital; rather some strange circumstances that we actually accept due to characters’ naturally offbeat way of life.

    You showed ’em !

  4. I am going to be honest I had to stop reading at the word “hook” and I am so freaked out that I am afraid I won’t be able to “un-see’ this image!
    As you must know by now I have no kids and don’t plan on having them. Like them just, but don’t want any of my own. OH MY that is scary stuff.

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