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Saturday, 20 February 2010

Meat and Two Veg...


I'm honoured to be one of Eddie Bluelights's subjects today for The Sunday Roast over at his place Clouds and Silvery Linings, a wondrous title...

Now, why didn't I think of that before I chose 'A Woman Of No Importance' from Here To Blogernity!? Shheeesssshhh!

Anyhoo, Eddie, big strong fella that he is, has put me on a big ol' spit over a burning fire and asked me insightful questions for what seems like ages, and Fhina feels as if she's had an apple clenched between her teeth for hours, as she turns, twirling, tumbling in blisteringly-hot flames! Ooohhh, how Mediaeval!

Whooooo, the heat... Someone call the Fire & Rescue Service, please. But don't send for Eddie, he's resting up after a successful hip operation, bless him!

And I'm still too hot... Or is it that I've left the central heating turned up too-too high!

Or is it just that time of a woman's life...

Don't ask!

Sooooooooo, if you want to know more about La Fhina, (as if you didn't know quite enough already, thankyou!), get yourself over to Chez Eddie and get acquainted with his wonderful blog and the blogroll of all those friendly bloggeros and bloggeristas who've had a turn on the spit at The Sunday Roast!

And, can someone purleeeeease try to get me off here now...

Hello........... Helloooo!

Is there anybody there?!

And, like, has anyone even made the gravy yet?

For Goddess's sake, does a girl have to do everything herself around here??!

18 comments:

good sense in daily life said...

Can't wait to read the roast! It's so funny, you wrote this post tomorrow! I'm still living in Feb. 19...

Gigi said...

Will definitely be back to read the roast. Never even noticed that you are posting this tomorrow - as good sense pointed out. It is still the 19th here!

Debbie(single;complicated) said...

looking forward to reading it!!!!!

ArtistUnplugged said...

Can't wait to read just how you sizzle and marinate for that roast!!!!!!! Have a mahvelous weekend!!!! :)

slommler said...

I visited Eddie and saw you turning on the spit. I offered to mist you but your were turning so quickly I don't think it would have brought you any relief?! Well done Fhina dearest...I really enjoyed your interview! It was wonderful! Well done!!!!
Hugs
SueAnn

GB said...

I enjoyed your roasting. Well perhaps it's mors accurate to sauy that I enjoyed reading the results of the roasting.

I don't often comment. But I still follow.

GB said...

Gost. I must learn to spell. Or, more accurately, to check my work!

Eddie Bluelights said...

Thanks Fhina - great fun. I am so pleased to have this wonderful job which I enjoy immensely. It is very therapeutic after my operation and I am pleased to say I have some great roasts in progress. ~ Hugs Eddie
x

Maggie May said...

Enjoyed your interview with my brother, Eddie!
You are more important than you think!
I related to so much of what you said. Like me, blogging has brought much pleasure into your life and I also have a dodgy disc that causes back problems so you have my greatest sympathy for that.

Nuts in May

Brian Miller said...

lol. wonderful roast...and the gravy was just right. smiles.

can we have monkey's blood for desert?

Bernie said...

Just popped over from Eddie's to say hello and tell you I really enjoyed your interview...well done. Have a great weekend...Hugs

Teacher's Pet said...

I, too, came from Eddie's blog.
Very nice roast....and a great blog here, as well. It's very refreshing!! I'll be baaack.
Smiles from Jackie

Joanna Jenkins said...

Stopping over from Eddie Bluelight's. Congrats on your Roast-- It was a pleasure meeting you.

I'll be back again to visit soon.

jj

Cynthia Pittmann said...

So much joy and energy here! Love to see the updated blog look...fresh and inspiring.

Moannie said...

Oh FFFFHina! That was a lovely roast and well deserved.

Congrats on Mad Manic Mamas. I am putting that all over the place...chuffed silly for all of you.

French Fancy said...

I used to be hot until our French doc put me on HRT (with me protesting all the time about 'but what side effects will I find, doctor?). I'm taking one every other day and it is just the job. go and get some

Suldog said...

Always nice to see someone I know is featured in The Roast. On my way now...

Jo said...

I often wondered why you chose that as a blog name, because it does not describe you -- at all...!

It was fun reading your roast answers. :-)

Something I wrote earlier...

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