Friday, September 29, 2006

Mug Shots

I'd like to tell you that the WIPs are all finished, that I've made all my deadlines, that I've written so many books that I'm ahead of the game by two or three years, but that isn't the case.

Either I'm too damn old to live like I do, or settling in just takes time, but you know what? I'm not regretting any of it (famous last words, I know). I've had the best time meeting some of my neighbors...Fern is 79 years old and has the most beautiful hostas and a husband who was on Omaha Beach during WWII. Carol is in her 70's and is a die-hard patriot with a huge American flag flying from her front porch. One young couple has a blonde lab named Molly who can drag me across the fence in a tug of war. Then there are the kids who trudge slowly towards the elementary school of a morning, like they just can't find the energy to get there...but they're like tiny hummingbirds, flitting from yard to yard, skipping over everything in their path on their way back come 3 o'clock.

There's "the hunk" I haven't met who has a hyper little dog who cracks me up. (Truly, I'm watching the dog and not Hunk & his buddies.)

My own dogs have discovered squirrels and rabbits and all manner of critters who keep them curious. Me? I'm reconnecting to autumn mornings sipping coffee on the patio, opening mail, making phone calls, and massaging my feet after a hike up the mountain to 'civilization' where there's a Sheridan’s Frozen Custard. And while I have food on the brain...

There’s something sooo comforting about holding a great mug filled with your favorite coffee. The right mug, with the right balance and texture can transform your day. I found the right mug this past week. It reminded me of one from Starbucks. [Ethos water, by the way? One of my favorite things to buy – just read what they’re all about.] Anyway, I digress. The coffee mug…

Okay, part of my time (when I probably should have been writing) has been spent shopping with Merry, Beverly, Becky, & Jessica, sampling The Plaza in Kansas City, where we've had coffee, cappuccino and croissants at Classic Cup Café, browsed the books at a FOUR-STORIES HIGH Barnes & Noble *faints from happiness*, did the clothes & handbags & shoes shopping at places like Ann Taylor, avoided places like Tiffany & Co where we couldn’t afford anything anyway – lol, and drooled over dishes & furnishings at Pottery Barn. So shoot me – I have a new obsession, and it’s the Sausalito collection. The coffee mugs and cereal bowls are mine, you hear? All mine. I gotsa get a set of these.

Did I mention the cheesecake? The Garage Sale Girls had lunch at Red Lobster, did some more shopping (Sunny got a makeover at the Este Lauder area in Macy's - blame it on Bev, who got one first and looked like a million bucks). Then we had dessert at The Cheesecake Factory. time you wonder why Sunny Lyn isn't online, why she's quiet (oh, whatever - I CAN be), know that if it's autumn in the midwest, she's most likely outside on her patio (hey, no laptop yet...but it's a-comin') playing with her dogs, sipping her coffee, and praying her editors understand. A girl can only do so much, and great coffee, happy dogs, cheesecake, and good reading material must be enjoyed while they're there. Until next time, here are some funnies from Mary Ellen and Janet. Enjoy!

Harlow was fixing a door and he found that he needed a new hinge, so he sent his wife Mary to the hardware store. At the hardware store, Mary saw a beautiful teapot on a top shelf while she was waiting for Carl, the manager, to finish waiting on a customer.

WhenCarl was finished, Mary asked "How much for the teapot?"

Carl replied, "That's silver and it costs $100!"

"My goodness, that sure is a lotta money!" Mary exclaimed.

Then she proceeded to describe the hinge that Harlow had sent her to buy, andCarl went to the back room to find it. From the back room Carl yelled, "Mary, you wanna screw for that hinge?"

Mary replied, "No, but I will for the teapot."

This is why you can't send a woman to a hardware store.

This is what we have been waiting for...the true answers to 5 really important Questions:

A: It's Braille for "suck here".

A: It's the same as a French kiss, only "down under."

A: Melt them down, make a tire, and call it a Goodyear.

A: Because when they come, they're wild and wet. But when they go, they take your house and car with them.

A: Because they don't have any balls to scratch.

Now, you know everything you need to know

Well, maybe just one more…you know you want to know this one.

And the 'money angel' is from Heather Rae - may she (the money angel) sprinkle her good, fortunate fairy dust all over the lot of us.

Have a great day, everyone.



At 9:11 AM, Anonymous Kris Starr said...

Hey, I've been thinking about you, dear, and wondering just where in the heck you've been!

Glad to hear you've been recharging your batteries -- I've been running mine down. LOL

Haven't been on IM lately, so sorry about that -- but will make a point to do so very soon!


At 7:36 PM, Blogger Merry said...


Pa has sent Mom and I to the hardware store for stuff we know nothing about. Trying to describe that we need an electrical box for an RV hookup that has a 30 amp plug with Y shaped pokie things and 2 plug things...well, the looks we get.

A screw would be a lot easier.

BTW, Mom, Becky and I had a blast, too. This half of the Garage Sale Girls did a little saling today - picked up a book of small home plans and some cross stitch stuff...

And some boots, the floor for StreamBoat Annie (the Airstream), and paint for her walls.

A good day was had by all.

But I still think a screw would be easier.

At 12:42 AM, Blogger April said...

Sounds like you're having a good time and that has to be good for your creativity well, if nothing else! Enjoy yourself.

Love the jokes!

At 8:57 AM, Blogger Sam said...

LOL about the hardware store joke!!!!
I lvoe a good cup of coffee too!

At 10:23 PM, Blogger Shesawriter said...

Too funny, Lyn. I needed this pick me up. Thanks!!

At 12:53 PM, Blogger Trace said...

It does take time to settle in, Lyn. I know. I'm having trouble gettin' it rolling as well. *Sigh*

At 7:49 PM, Blogger Michele said...

LOL! Oh you are too much!

Putting a pic of those handsome dudes and not even mentioning them ... I was waiting for a lusty comment or two or three. *wink*

The jokes had me giggling like a loon... especially the Down Under quip. Love it!

Oh that sounds so nice...relaxing with a cup of coffee. I haven't been able to do that ... yet.
New job, new craziness ... I'm still trying to figure out the new rhythym of my life.

I like yours.

Enjoy.. Oh! and you are SO bad!
78 days until Christmas...I'm trying to figure out Halloween, never mind a December holiday. Ouch!!

bad, bad, lady *wink*


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Saturday, September 16, 2006

Now That I'm A Tad Calmer

Thank you, everyone who has expressed concern over my undies & the forks – lol – and to everyone who has wished us well with the move.

The undies & the forks were never meant to be packed together. Not really. Well, maybe by one of my fur babies. Pita (yes, her name means what the initials stand for – pain in the ass) is a mutt of Schnauzer and Jack Russell Terrier mix. She’s always stolen my undies, particularly socks, but sometimes the bra and panties, if she sees that I’m ready to leave the house. If I have them on the bed, she rips them off and runs. The move traumatized her – and somehow some of my stuff wound up with the eating utensils. (No crass jokes, please.) So that’s the undies & forks story.

The rest of my clothes? Most were packed as planned, but at the last minute, all the towels and wash cloths were packed, and we were out of paper towels and newspapers and even bins, so…that’s how a few other items wound up, as packing fodder.

FYI, both dogs, Pita and Chewy (wolf & Shepherd mix) love their new home and are doing quite well. They’re learning how to sneak up on squirrels and rabbits rather than alert them by barking and running amok. They love their large, fenced back yard and the early fall weather we’re receiving.

Looks like we brought some Oklahoma stormy weather north with us, because I’ll have to shut down the computer in a bit until the bad stuff blows over.

On the writing side of things, Lyn Cash received
a 5-Angel review from Michelle for “The Promise: Stream of Time”. I was so jazzed with this. Glimpses into Egyptian society and culture are some of the best written I’ve ever seen. Time travel fans, sit up and take notice, Lyn Cash’s The Promise: Stream of Time is a treat you won’t want to miss!

Lyn had a new novella debut with Samhain last week called “
Red Hot Lover” (hunky cover model, huh?). You can read an excerpt here or buy the book here.

Still no word as to whether or not
Just Desserts will go to print. Books with EC that do well are candidates for print runs between 6-8 months, and JD’s time frame would be mid-September through mid-November. This is one of the books that Playgirl is featuring in their January issue.

Bobbie Cole has her own thang goin’. First book signing for
Leaving Mama is coming up in early November with Borders Books in Kansas City, one of the two stores in Overland Park. I’m new at this and in the beginning stages of making arrangements, but I’ll offer more info as soon as things are settled. Right now I gotta say THANK YOU to Charli, Tilly, Beth, & NJ (fellow Samhellions) who are sending me bookmarks to place inside the cornucopia at this upcoming book signing. THANKS, LADIES! (Cornucopia will have bookmarks, candy, cough drops, a bit of ‘mama help’ for attendees.)

BIG SHOUT OUT to my publicist, CARLA ARPIN for all her help the past month. She’s had a lot on her plate to contend with and has still managed to offer me a shoulder and an ear.

Be looking for books 2 & 3 of the Shrink Wrap series with Ellora’s Cave. Summer Devon’s “
Invisible Touch” debuted two months ago and is still garnering rave reviews. Kris Starr’s “Seeing Is Believing” should debut within the next month, followed closely by yours truly’s “Crystal Clear Persuasion”.

MORE SHOUT OUTS - Congratulations to the following fellow authors:
Witches Knot: Vengeance Due by Lauren Dane
Spirit Flight by Jory Strong
Sundown, Inc. 4: Baby Sham Faery Love by Cat Marsters
Wrong Place, Wrong Time? by Ann Jacobs
The Treasure by Beth Williamson
The Prize by Beth Williamson
Agency of Extraordinary Mates – Chasing Dragons by Kate Douglas
Screwing with Perfect by Louisa Trent



At 4:25 AM, Blogger Sam said...

Glad the move went well - and forks and undies have been sorted and placed in their respective drawers. Ahem.
Dogs love to chase squirrels. Auguste goes after blackbirds - but so far they've managed to keep just out of reach. It drives him nuts and I've seen him trying to climb the lilac tree on occasion, his expression one of madness and determination, lol. (Auguste is a wire-haired dachshund and very imaginative!)
!!!And Congrats for the 5 star review!!!!

At 6:41 AM, Blogger Michele said...

Wow! lots of book info.

Your dogs sound like they're getting into the swing of being "hunters" - getting in touch with their inner wolf. *grin*

Glad to hear the move hasn't had any lasting stress affects on your fur babies.

Awesome news on your review. So, I'm curious, how do you celebrate when you get such awesome news?
get pampered? Chocolate, Champagne? or just dance around the house?

At 8:32 AM, Blogger Merry said...

Book reviews? Book signings? Great stuff! I'll be there for the booksigning, barring bad weather, acts of God and sleet of night...or something like that. LOL

Pa found the clippers and I clipped my dogs for this hot stormy weather you brought from OK!

Glad to hear the puppies are settling in and that you're doing great, too!

Take a breath and then get to work on that next book!

Love ya!

At 7:39 PM, Blogger Lyn Cash said...

Sam, I love that name...Auguste. (Imagining dog attempting to climb lilac tree...)

Michele, #1 Son bought his mother and girlfriend a box of Godiva chocolates to celebrate - lol. I'd dance, but I have a cramp in left *cheek* from all the stair climbing, not to get too graphic. Not many steps, but it's down a step to garage (then back up), down a step to utility room (and of course back up - now multiply 12 loads of laundry in a 2-day period alone), down 3 steps to backyard patio (and we smoke outside, never inside), and when you first move, that entails a lot of stairs.

Merry, you'd BETTER be here or at least be phone handy. *grin*

I think I must be stair-stepping in my sleep. I went to bed with heating pad on my neck one night and woke up with the darned thing on my ass (left cheek, ya know).

Thanks for dropping by, ladies. *grin*

At 9:45 PM, Blogger Charlene Teglia said...

Just bought Red Hot Lover. I lorve firefighters! Too funny about your underwear/silverware.

At 12:08 AM, Blogger April said...

Glad to hear the undies got sorted out and the move went well.

Woo hoo on the review!!!

We have a large glass door on our deck and squirrels love to sit at it and torment our dog. Of course they flee the moment he's free to give chase. Poor guy gets so frustrated!

At 10:26 PM, Blogger Shesawriter said...

Hey Lyn,

Just dropping in to say hi and that I hope your writing is going well.


At 6:04 PM, Blogger Trace said...

You're friggin' amazing. You know that right? I'm in awe. I wanna BE you!

At 5:26 PM, Blogger Tess Harrison said...

You always make me smile! How are you doing? Great review, lady!

At 1:49 PM, Anonymous Carla said...

*BIG SHOUT OUT to my publicist, CARLA ARPIN for all her help the past month. She’s had a lot on her plate to contend with and has still managed to offer me a shoulder and an ear.*

Aw, shucks. *blushing* Thanks, m'love! And HUGE CONGRATS on that Fireman cover! *pant, drool, squirm!*

Lots o' love,
Carla : )

At 4:27 PM, Anonymous Lauren said...

Thanks for the plug, doll! And congrats on the fab review and getting all things in their places (moving sucks!)

At 3:03 PM, Blogger Amie Stuart said...

Um hello where are you?


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Monday, September 11, 2006

Late Summer Insanities

Tales of my recent abduction have been mildly exaggerated. If anything was shanghaied, looks like it was my blog. Thanks for the chuckles, you evil heifers.

In truth, to encapsulate, this is what happened. One day a couple of weeks or so ago, #1 Son got a job offer. Four days and a couple of telephone conference call interviews later, he had the position and was told he started his new job within 2 weeks. His then current supervisor and his soon-to-be new supervisor disagreed on when he should start the new position. We were told on a Friday that he needed to relocate within the week. Somehow, we managed to do so – The Kids found a house on Monday, we moved on Thursday, and I’ve been geeking for internet service ever since…until now.

What do I find once I log back online? My friends and fellow writers have roasted me. I’m still joyfully picking embers out of my ass and enjoying the flames. I’d take a bow, but my pants would just fall down and my boobs escape from their cloth prison.

Look, Mom, I’m A Porn Star

Make that an erotic romance author fortunate enough to have an editor named Nick Conrad, a well-recognized publisher like Ellora’s Cave, and a nice, curious journalist (don’t have the name yet) whom it seems liked my book.

Yes, Playgirl Magazine asked to run a long excerpt of Just Desserts, my first novel with Ellora’s Cave. One misconception—they’re not interviewing me…they’re just printing an excerpt from the book…if anyone gets interviewed by them it’ll most likely be an editor or the owner. No, I’m not posing nude, and I don’t know what issue I’ll be in – I suspect January after reading an email sent by the writer to EC…so…check for dicks ‘n picks with ole Lyn Cash’s name somewhere in an upcoming issue. [Unless I'm really off base here, seems there was one other novel Playgirl asked for, to run an excerpt on Dance of the Crystal, which I *think* was written by Cris Anson, and the contact who sent the email was Colleen Kane, Senior Editor for Playgirl Magazine.] I'm still figuring this out as I go, so forgive if I've led you astray.

Lunch With Merry

Everyone needs a Merry. Mine comes in a package about 5’2” with a killer smile, sharp wit, and a family plus extended family whose collective presence is a comfort.

Bev is a garage sale fanatic and super shopper—she wound up with a large Victorian lamp from one of our stops last Friday, and I got a Bev-made fall floral arrangement to grace my piano.

Becky took home a reversible jacket that I wish I could have squeezed into, and she gave me hope that I can quit smoking when I’m ready. Way to go, Becky, on six weeks being smoke-free after 40 years of smoking.

During our outing, I sat outside at one point on a planter at a strip mall, people-watching and taking notes (okay, and smoking), and I met an elderly lady named Norma, who was waiting on her daughter to finish shopping. First I adjusted her chain belt, and then she told me of her life. Sixteen kids – yikes – she said she stopped counting the number of grandchildren after #35. Said she’d always wanted a girl and after child #12 she got one. She’s up at 5 am every day and has her work done by 11 am so she can watch her soaps.

After that, we all said farewell to Norma, piled into Becky’s SUV, tooled across town and had lunch at The Cheesecake Factory across the highway from where my son works, so I got to see where The Kid spends his days. Grilled shrimp and bacon sandwich for me – we’re talking Texas Toast (3 deep) and layers of shrimp, bacon, lettuce, tomato, and a delicious dressing, surrounded by a large bed of French fries. Dessert was:

TOBLERONE® SWISS ALMOND CHEESECAKE Cheesecake Filled with Toblerone Chocolate, Chocolate Mousse and Chocolate Almond Fudge

– OMG! Jessica (dear daughter-in-law-2-be) had ‘scattered shrimp’ and shared a bite or two with me…and she had a coffee-flavored cheesecake with a Heath-bar type topping.

All Merry got was lunch, the bill for all of us, and a small handful of books I shoved at her before she left. (She had her personal expenditures before visiting me – you should see that fabulous jewelry!) What I got for the day…a real treat. Thanks, Merry.

Shout Outs

To Rinda & CJ for explaining manga, slash, flash, and other narrative oddities to me before I left Oklahoma City…and doing so in language I can somewhat grasp

To April for picking up my meds and mailing them to me

To Dee & Merry who took time out of their busy schedules to heckle me on my own blog and give me a toasted azz and full heart - to Angie, Michele, Mechele, Cathie, Amie, & April just for being so darned sweet...

To Janet Hook for helping us find this terrific new home

To Raelene Gorlinsky, editor in chief at EC for tracking me down to deliver the news about Playgirl

To Alexis Fleming for phoning me twice from Australia to check on me and then to contact two of my publishers to let them know I would be out of pocket a while longer

To Michael for the poem:

Around the corner I have a friend,
In this great city that has no end,
Yet the days go by and weeks rush on,
And before I know it, a year is gone.
And I never see my old friends face,
For life is a swift and terrible race,
He knows I like him just as well,
As in the days when I rang his bell.
And he rang mine but we were younger then,
And now we are busy, tired men.
Tired of playing a foolish game,
Tired of trying to make a name.
"Tomorrow" I say! "I will call on Jim
Just to show that I'm thinking of him."
But tomorrow comes and tomorrow goes,
And distance between us grows and grows.
Around the corner, yet miles away,
"Here's a telegram sir," "Jim died today."
And that's what we get and deserve in the end.
Around the corner, a vanished friend.
Remember to always say what you mean.
If you love someone, tell them.
Don't be afraid to express yourself.
Reach out and tell someone what they mean to you.
Because when you decide that it is the right time it might be too late.
Seize the day. Never have regrets.
And most importantly, stay close to your friends and family, for they have helped make you the person that you are today.

I almost didn't post the poem, but considering it's 9/11 and I didn't want to let the day slip completely by without saying 'thanks' to heroes and heroines everywhere, there ya go. Besides, Michael has health issues, and...this means something to him and he means something to me. Guess you could say he's one of my heroes.

I’m still looking for my manuscripts (hard copies), still need to buy printer ink and paper, and still need to go for groceries (again). The good news, however, is that I’ve found my underwear and forks and that I’ll be back at writing within a week or so.

Thanks to all of you who have kept the blog alive.

~ Sunny Lyn



At 4:42 AM, Blogger Sam said...

Great news about the Playgirl story!!! And I can't believe you moved in a week - lol - must be some sort of record.

At 10:44 AM, Blogger Amie Stuart said...

Ooooooooo any excuse to buy a dirty magazine--it's the articles I tell ya. Kidding babe. Glad you're settled in and back online. I knwo I know ms. spamless owes you an email *sigh* Color me Agrivated

At 12:34 PM, Blogger Michele said...

Underwear and forks?? PLEASE tell me they weren't in the same box! LOLOL

So glad things are coming together for you and settling down.

My first thought once you explained what was happening was
"What a rush! Here, there and everywhere" Where O Where is her underwear ...."
*cough* OK, so I got carried away - it rhymed perfectly, I couldn't resist. Sorry. ;-)

Anyway, having an excerpt of your story in Playgirl is great. Maybe it'll garner you a whole host of new fans?!!!

*hugs* on mentioning me in the shout out. That was really sweet!

And that lady you met, 16 kids? 35+ grandkids? Wow - what a legacy. Can you imagine her as a matron in the Regency period having to find matches for her brood at all those marraige marts? How would she have kept track of them all? When would she have the time? And her husband? Mega-randy.

Thanks for an inspiring post, Lyn!!

At 12:49 PM, Blogger Denise Patrick said...

Hey, Lyn. Glad to have you back. Came out to say congrats on the latest release.


At 6:25 PM, Blogger Merry said...

Glad you found the underwear. And the forks. The juxtaposition in my mind is raising its eyebrows, but I have a story that sort of involves the two...

Richard's aunt was in a wheelchair and had dementia...she lived with us and I was preparing Thanksgiving dinner. She was sitting by the table watching me put heaping platters of food on it in prep for the family buffet.

She kept telling me she was hungry. I kept putting her off as I worked.

Finally, I brought the heaping bowl of mashed potatoes to the table and leaned over to set them down...Hedy picked up a fork off one of the place settings and stabbed me right in the...well, lets just say where the underwear fits!

She got to be first in line for the buffet.

At 6:12 PM, Anonymous Sylvia said...

Thongs and prongs? Sorry, but knew I'd find a connection! On my way to NYC Saturday morning and glad to hear you're well before I leave. Now just fit some boa's in there with those thongs and prongs and you'll be set! to you soon!

At 9:51 AM, Blogger Melany said...

That is wonderful news on Playgirl! How very exciting.

And yes, moving in a week must be a record. Welcome back.

Lany of Melany Logen & Mechele Armstrong

At 10:03 PM, Blogger Lyn Cash said...

I'm so glad you are all having a good laugh at my expense - lol. Thongs & prongs? *faints* Only you, Sylvia. Hope you're having a great time in New York!

TRULY APPRECIATE ALL OF YOU! Knew at least someone would think the move a tad funny. Will explain the undies in the next post.

And that lady you met, 16 kids? 35+ grandkids? Wow - what a legacy. Can you imagine her as a matron in the Regency period having to find matches for her brood at all those marraige marts? What a terrific writer's mind you have, Michele! ~ Hadn't thought of that, but you're right!

Esther Denise! ~WHOO-hoo! Glad to see you!

Merry, cracking UP at Hedy's reaction. Not sure I'd have handled it as well as I'm sure you did.

Sam, I've missed your photos and blogs - ditto with Amie - gotta get back to blog-hopping. I've missed that...a LOT.

Melany *waves* see you soon. I've missed all of you.

More later...


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Friday, September 08, 2006

Bet You're Wondering...

Where'd Lyn Go?

Well, I was wondering a bit myself, since she was expected to be back by now. But, turns out delays got in the way and our good buddy Lyn is going to be offline until sometime next week. Being her buddies, her pals, her good friends...we decided to totally take over her blog and spill her secrets and drink on her couch.

I know, we're wonderful, no? :)

Hee hee, call it a welcome home party for when our Mistress of Honor (who, btw, did I mention is going to be in an article in none other than "Playgirl" Magazine? Yes! More details when Lyn's home, though!) comes back.

Kicking off the party today is Merry!

I've known Lyn Cash for a lot of years.

I know about her Number One Son, I know about her Number One Significant Other of Number One Son, I know about the two Dooney & Bourke handbags - Christmas presents from her mother - that hide under her desk. (I betcha she bought the handbags for Lyn in gratitude for the time Lyn gifted her with the very first issue of PLAYGIRL magazine).

I know that Lyn's a fun date because we went to lunch at the Cattlemen's Club in Oklahoma City and Lyn and my sister kept us in stitches most of the meal.

So, when Lyn said she was moving within two hours of me fireworks went off. I could shanghai her, go shopping, have lunch and talk books! YES! I plotted, I planned and I got a date. Tomorrow. We called back and forth setting things up and all was ready.

Then she called me back. She had good news and bad news. She gave me the bad news first. The Internet company she'd hired to hook up her computer had not shown up. Our hot plans to chat via Instant Message whenever we want were scuttled until next week.

The good news was that her publisher just called. PLAYGIRL Magazine - yes, THAT one -called. One of their writers loved Lyn's book, JUST DESSERTS. They loved it so much they want to interview Lyn for an upcoming article.

People. Do you realise what this means???? This means we can all go buy PLAYGIRL and honestly say we bought it because we only READ THE ARTICLES!

·.·´¨ ¨))
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..·´ Merry
((¸¸.·´ ..·´
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·.· - My Blog - My Adventures Building My House - My Writers Group



At 10:06 AM, Blogger Angela James said...

Whoah! Wicked cool on the Playgirl article, Lyn, congrats :)

And you hide Dooney and Bourke bags under your desk? Are you NUTS?

At 1:24 PM, Blogger Michele said...

LOL! Wow, I haven't bought a Playgirl in years! No reason to. And yes, I have to have a reason ... for my DH, you know?

**snicker** Now I do. Yeeah!

I mean, just like you said,I have to read Lyn's interview. What kind of fan would I be if I didn't?

Lyn, I hope your internet situation gets resolved soon. ;-)

At 9:10 AM, Blogger Mechele Armstrong said...

That's so NEAT on Playgirl. Keep us informed as to when.

And good luck Lyn on the internet connection.

Mechele aka Lany of Melany Logen

At 12:33 PM, Blogger Cathie said...

Way neat Lyn!! Now I have an excuse to buy Playgirl :D Let us know which one its in for sure. Huge congrats!! Hugs
PS Now I must put that book on my wishlist to buy!!

At 9:21 AM, Blogger Amie Stuart said...

That's fabulous news!!!!! Huge congrats SunnyLyn!!!!

At 12:42 PM, Blogger April said...

Woo Hoo! That's terrific! Be sure to let us know when it comes out :-)

Good luck with the connection. Life would be so much easier if IT people operated on a different time schedule!


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