This is my grandmother’s colorful way of saying, “Put a sock in it, lady!”  I am the “blabby bird.”  I did get a worm (300 of them, actually), although I can assure you this is not what she intended.


What you’ll find around these parts:  absurditycomics, almost comics, true stories, almost true stories, not-at-all-true stories, weird stuff and witty one liners.  The paragraph above is an example of three of these, but I’m not going to tell you which three.  (See how fun this is?)

Not as Quick, Just as Dirty

If you are dying to see how it all began, check out the Worm Diaries!

24 thoughts on “About

  1. What did you do with the worm composter? Is it currently in use or did all those little wormies die????? By the way, how is your community garden plot? Did you release any there? 🙂

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    1. No worms have died in the making of this blog. The technicolor composter is in our coat closet sans worms, which will hopefully be remedied shortly.


    1. Ha! I’m not sure what you mean. It’s for composting old vegetables, coffee grinds, paper, egg shells and such for fertilizer for potted plants and gardens.


  2. As a hard-core worm-composter myself, I just wanted to say hi and tell you that as far as I can see, I love your page, and having struck the appropriate follow button, I shall be back. Thanks for the humor.

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  3. Hi Love Marriage Worms. Would you like to take the NaNoPoBlaNo Blog Hop Story – Day 11? I had tagged Linda, but she’s already had a turn through her other blog. Let me know if you’d like to take it from here (or if you already have and I’ve fumbled again) 🙂 Thank you!

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