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Why is it always the same member of the family who's around whenever there's trouble? Photo courtesy of Connie Clark

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  • Your best blog post yet! My fav, most resonant line: "It also helps you contemplate the precariousness and utter idiocy of your career choice. So special!" That "So Special" part just put it over the edge for me. Well done!

    Posted on Jul 19th, 2010 at 3:47 PM by Judy

  • So funny! Glad you made your deadline in spite of it all!

    Posted on Jul 19th, 2010 at 6:35 PM by Tamera Carlucci

  • Thanks for my 'laugh for the day'! I've never written a book, just these blogs, but your words still resonated!

    Posted on Jul 20th, 2010 at 10:15 AM by Mary Breiner

  • I'm not a blogger (yet) or a writer, but I know these tips will help me. You are so talented! And so funny. P.S. "Amen" to your final tip; prayers get answered!

    Posted on Jul 21st, 2010 at 12:59 AM by Patti L

  • Good luck with finishing the book, Connie! I would love to go to that conference--sounds wonderful. I admit, I live in constant fear of my toilet overflowing but it's for different reasons than you, I'm sure. My toddler loves the toilet these days...:)

    Posted on Jul 21st, 2010 at 8:00 AM by Colleen Duggan

  • There is so much disheartening news flowing over the airways these days, a sense of humor is more important than ever! Thank heavens for Connie who keeps us inspired and laughing!

    Posted on Jul 26th, 2010 at 11:51 AM by Virginia Redman

  • Amusing and heartwarming, Connie. You're obviously good at what you do. Not long ago, I made the mistake of taking my far-too-animated 3-year-old son, Jimmy, to Sunday mass. Despite his being constantly up and down, despite his wandering about during the ceremony, no one appeared to be disturbed or upset. Later, my son and I were greeted by the pastor who'd offered the mass. As he tousled Jimmy's hair, the priest smiled warmly and said to me, "So this is your weapon of mass disruption!"

    Posted on Jul 27th, 2010 at 9:50 PM by Wendy A. Davis