Thursday, November 15, 2007

Here's a response

...to the "nerdy" comment in this post on rockstarpoet.

15 comments:

Rhett said...

*applauds* Very, very well done!

Rhett said...

... and I knew it!

GM said...

You guys is adorable. H, that is so totally you. You could be a foreman at Santa's shop. I swears.

Amy said...

What a wonderful post! I've been laughing/smiling ever since I saw it (O.K., it was only a minute ago, but still . . . ).

Ariel Gordon said...

Speaking of lame, I just forced M to watch your video. Twice.

keith said...

I knew you were north, but Santa must be having serious labor problems if he's reduced to hiring poets and mining assay artists.

Time to re-name the blog Santa's Rock Star Elves.

Too much.

tracy said...

Good grief you two are funny. I'm going to have explain my silly grin to everyone. We'll be lame clones grinning.

Berlynn said...

ROFLMAO!!!

Brenda Schmidt said...

:)

Oddly enough, on the very day that Rhett, a Calgarian, virtually forces us to speak to our character, our video camera returned from Calgary where it had been shipped for repairs. Any fan of Xena: Warrior Princess couldn't help but wonder if there's a god of nerds running amok.

GM said...

I've sent this to people who don't even know you and THEY'RE charmed. Also, you have nice boots.

Brenda Schmidt said...

ha!

Thanks! They are Sorel Glacier. Very warm. We've had them for about 15 years. It looks like they don't come in gray and black anymore. We spend lots of time in the bush when it's cold, so we need serious boots. We have serious parkas, too, but it's not cold enough to haul them out yet.

Mom said...

Made my day! Bring those matching hats for xmas!

Brenda Schmidt said...

ha! Will do, Mom!

I hope you're going to make sugar cookies...

sms said...

er, what are Sorels?

do you draw water or hew wood with them?

(with apologies from the west coast)

Brenda Schmidt said...

So you don't need heavy duty, multipurpose winter boots where you live? :)

Hm. Sorel. I didn't put the emphasis on the correct syllable it seems. I hope the pronunciation police don't strip me of my boots...