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January 31, 2008


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HUGE Mrs. G. Fan over here. HUGE!

Mary Alice

She looks most reliable....you can SEE that Mrs. G. sharp wit would be an asset to any team.

Domestically Challenged

If only we could do this in real life - it would be so much more insightful.
Life in hair WAS inspired - sadly own life in hair too tramatic to have even kept photographic evidence.

Reluctant Blogger

haha very funny.

The only trouble really would be that Mrs G would be constantly preoccupied with managing her blog and reading all the millions of comments she gets. So I'm not so sure she would have a lot of time or energy really to give to anything else. And let's face it we DO NOT want anything to take her away from Blogging. So you may wish to rethink?

But yes, she is great. I particularly love the way she introduces us all to other bloggers once a week. She is always inclusive and yes very funny. I found your blog through hers, I think?


If the Matron had a bigger bank roll, she would hire Mrs. G.

See, while the Matron thinks she herself is witty and wise, Mrs. G rules the blogosphere. Mrs. G is wittier, wise and knows how to use Photoshop, it would appear.

It is a sad and unbalanced world where dooce can support an entire family in style (high style) and the intrepid Mrs. G cannot get a raise.


First time on your blog - will be bookmarking for return visits. And Mrs G too!

She She

I would happily write a reference for Mrs. G as well. I don't think she's ever posted anything I haven't liked, and most of the time loved.


...and her organizational skills must be incredible. I, for one, have no idea how she does it.
She also "hangs" with a really hip and great group of other bloggers!!!
I think she'll find something...and it will be great!!


I second the reference! An amazing woman.

Mrs. G.

I want you to know that, as a result of this post, Time magazine has called and offered me a position as their Editor-in-Chief, and I'm going to drive to my new job in my black VW Scirocco, which is in New York City.

This was great!!


Very nice reference letter :)


What a lovely post. She can put me down as a reference.

Smalltown Mom

Hear, hear. (Hair, hair?)


She also has very diverse tastes in boyfriends, she's truly open minded and open hearted.


and give her a window and a plant in her office!

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