Wednesday, December 14, 2011

A Touch of Poison and Win a Kindle Fire

I returned from an exhausting trip to my native East Coast and spent my first night back in LA with violent food poisoning.  Good thing for boyfriends who had drunk buddies in college.

*Update 12/14*  After further research, looks like it might be altitude sickness. We had to transfer so it was all day on a plane and at airports.

Now that I've grossed you out, here's a giveaway at Paperback Dolls for charity:


And who knows what my title references?  Juliana, you better know...

11 comments:

  1. That sucks! Food poisoning is awful. The last time I got it was from a rancid Subway sandwich, and I haven't eaten anything from Subway ever since. It's been like 10 years. Hope you're feeling better!

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  2. I hope you're feeling better! Was it something you ate back here? :P

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  3. I got hospitalized once for food poisoning. Sucked! Hope you are feeling better. :)

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  4. Aw, sorry to hear that. I had food poisoning in 1999 and it was miserable! Hope you're better now. Have a good (better) week.

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  5. Food poisoning - no fun.

    Giveaways - lots of fun!

    Hope you're feeling better! Thanks for the info

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  6. Boo for food poisoning! I hope you're feeling better! :)

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  7. If it's not Poison Study I'll be sorely disappointed ;)

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  8. Yikes on the altitude sickness, I had no idea that could happen. Hope you are now well on the way to feeling better.

    I am copying Juliana...Poison Study. Man, I loved that book!

    p.s. so agree with you on Terry Lynn...she.is. fabulous!

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  9. Poison Study, maybe? I'm with the other commenters. Really good book. (Confession: that may or may not be one of the books that I insert myself into on sleepless nights.) Sorry about the food poisoning!

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  10. I love the obscure references (obscure to me, that is) in your blogs because it makes it THAT MUCH COOLER when I know one. I think the last one I knew was the guy who played Rufio from Neverland...

    Anyway, I've never heard of altitude sickness. Whatever it is, I hope you get better ASAP!

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  11. Greetings, earthling. Seeing as this is only our finite existence, I won’t be long. Shall I see you in Heaven, lovely girly? We’ll have a tonOfun for the length and breadth of eternity, where we’ll have a BIG-ol, kick-ass, party-hardy for many eons celebrating our resurrection, nekk’n and luuuv’n, drink’n and dancing, magical, renegade, exceeding-the-rules, and many nonillions of other magnificent, delicious, wonderfull, full-throttle, mind-blowin, bawl-bustin, drill-baby-drill, virtual reality, baby; on earth, grrr, we have whorizontal taxes - the death of U.S. Upstairs, however, we can fly: like a true, major’s child, we were born 2B wild [literally! Pop was USAF!! HawrHawr I’m so funny, I’m all over it like white-on-rice] God bless you. Love you, doll.

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