October 9, 2005

The Twenty-Third Post

The Beehive has been tagged in a big blog game! Firefly at Bioluminescence tags us with the following meme:

The Twenty-Third Post

Here's the game:
1. Search your blog archive.
2. Find your 23rd post.
3. Find the fifth sentence (this is meant to say something about you).
4. Post that sentence in your blog along with these instructions.
5. Tag five people to do the same.


We'll play! Virtual M&Ms to anyone who can guess which one of us authored the prize-winning sentence... and once you've made your guess you can read the post, To understand indigo, from February 2005, to check your answer. Without further ado...

"It is the glorification of emotion, of fragmented and worthless moments, often preserved in purposefully obscure language. "

Apparently this is supposed to say something about the author. I would say that it most certainly does.

We now tag Take Time To Smell the Coffee, Eclectic Bibliophile, Poor White Oprah, CM, Children and Lots of Grace, and Shades of Green... which will force rachelrachel's gang to post 23 entries fast to their new blog in order to play. Heh heh heh. If anyone can do it, they can.

7 comments:

Owl of the Desert said...

Hmmm...I'll guess FSLL. Hope ya'll enjoyed a wonderful Sunday.

rachel tsunami said...

Hmmm, we *might* have attempted it but for the small detail of a computer that has a nasty virus. I've not even been able to read email since last Friday. The symptoms have been progressive and gradual, and just this evening (Mon.) our friend and computer surgeon discovered an infection. This thing is killing my hard drive and even ruining the mother board. We are in the midst of copying everything to discs and preparing to contemplate a new computer.

I'm stealing minutes on Ro-Bear's computer just to read blogs.

Sorry we can't play.

ithilienprincess said...

I can't pick between the Queen and FSLL, but...I guess... the Queen.

Queen Shenaynay said...

Nope. FSLL!

fa-so-la-la said...

checking my new avatar...

beatrice said...

me, too

fa-so-la-la said...

again