Name: margalit
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Sunday, July 30, 2006

Blogathon 2006 Post # 46

Oh my goodness. I can't believe we're in the home stretch. The Boy has just laid down to try and go to sleep and I'm sitting here so freaking itchy that I'm ready to peel off my skin. Sometimes becoming a snake looks really attractive. I must be the itchiest person alive. It's my SIDS, sensory integration disorder. I'm completely oversensitive when it comes to anything touching me. Yes, I know this is not only boring but TMI, but I'm beyond rational at this point.

A person who makes me laugh....

Besides the regular funny bloggers that we all read: dooce, Alice, Jenn, Metrodad, Julie and Julia, I think the funniest person, the one that makes me laugh more than just about anyone is Belinda. She's so naturally funny, and her family just cracks me up. And Belinda is the one that turned me onto Dave, who is the funniest blogger ever. My fondest wish is to have Belinda and Dave together in a room and have at it. I think my insides would just fall out from laughing so hard.

In fact, I'd like to have a dinner party with all the above. I'd even sit at the table and maybe, just maybe, croak out a hello or something equally pithy. It could happen!

Who makes you laugh?


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