Sunday, 5 July 2009

Sunday 5th July

Well, hello dear. You found me. I thought I'd try out a little bloggery. I hope you enjoy reading about my life with Stephen and our two adorable children (we have six but only two are adorable. Do I mean adorable? Sorry. Acceptable).
There. I'm rambling already. Perhaps I should have stuck to Twitter.

26 comments:

  1. Hello Mrs F, what a superb idea, to keep a blog, I will look forward to further installments, quite frankly, I am amazed at how you find the time.

    Much Love

    Julia X

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  2. I must say, I've only just begun following you on Twitter and I'm pleased to see you're already trying to make that a fuller experience. Not in the meaning of "cloth dying." More complete, you know.

    When you speak of two adorable/acceptable children, do you mean in general or at a given time? In my experience, though I've fewer to select from, I find the latter to be true.

    Most sincerely,

    Priory

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  3. The secret of bloggery is to ease yourself in gently at first. Slow & steady is better than over stretching yourself and getting torn between your blog and your twitter!

    Best of luck – quite a challenge with your hands already so full of Stephen & offspring!

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  4. Loving the new digs Hun!!!!!

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  5. I do think that after this, there is a book that is due.
    After you'll publish the book, you'll have your own talk show in which you are going to be interviewing the various housewives of celebrities from all over the world.
    I'm sure, that the talk show will succeed so much, that it won't take long for you to have your own t-shirts and other collectible items. So, do you mind if I design them?

    Sincerely,
    AHisme. :)

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  6. I look forward to some top quality bloggage ! x

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  7. Oh Dear. I feel I must finally come out and say something.

    I'm afraid Stephen is behind all this. He has her brainwashed.

    Don't you see?? Stephen gads about the world making documentaries, eating 5 star meals, and enjoying the local culture. This poor dear is stuck at home eating spaghetti from a can and watching 6 wild children. Wild no doubt because their father is never around except when he wants something from their mother...ahem.

    She sits alone like Hellen Keller writing all day to escape using her imagination. Or was that Anne Frank? I can never remember.... Anyway, my point being that poor Mrs Fry is crying out for help. Who among us will stand up to Stephen and save this charming womans life?

    #SaveMrsStephenFry

    Your twit friend,
    Mahatmablondie

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  8. Oh lovely, twitter is nice, but hearing about your days exceeding 140 characters will be quite the treat! And do try to keep that Stephen of yours straight....ahhh, errr, I mean...try to keep him in line. ;) Take care, darling!

    --Crystal.

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  9. Welcome - have been enjoying your tweets and looking forward to reading your blog. I only have one child, but as he is only adorable in retrospect, and acceptable on alternate Thursdays (more often, if I happen to be around other people's children, who are always a good reminder of why I only had one).

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  10. I fell SO sorry for this long suffering woman. Does she ever get to go on wonderful trips? I say no. Mind, she chose to have the six kids. I mean.............

    Great idea this diary!

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  11. I'd love to see a picture of Hugh Junior.

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  12. now that's more like it... a woman of your intellect and wit should not be limited to 140 characters, unless those characters were part of a brilliantly written stage play about the history of british comedy with a dozen strapping young stage hands standing by for costume changes... oh the mind wanders

    write on, Mrs Fry, write on...

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  13. My Dear Mrs F

    Welcome to Blogger. Feel free to pop over to my place any time. The address is in my profile.

    Everyone, Mrs Fry and I are both on the front page of Ms Twitter UK - as is a lovely little girl called Mia - and all the best people on blogger are voting for the three of us. :) You can find all three of us here: http://tinyurl.com/vote-rebecca

    Ooh - if you don't mind Mrs F - I'd like to put a plug for your hubby. Mr Fry is on the men's competition and another little twitter friend of mine is on there too, in the animal section. We met on twitter and he's quite the genius - feline_overlord

    Plugs over. Love the blog and will be back often.

    Your new look is absolutely wonderful. Do you have new make-up artists now you're famous?

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  14. Mrs. F. - I don't know if you've seen this video, but it's just as well you saved your Stephen from his bartending job pandering to "arty" types. Lord knows, your house could have been filled with the patter of tiny fruit.
    http://tinyurl.com/5tpmxq

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  15. Sorry to be mundane, but this site won't let me choose my twitter ID to post a comment. Can you adjust it? - rowemag

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  16. Ahhh Mrs. Your talent abounds and I truly believe in the quality of your verbosity and the extent of your lunacy. Amen dear.

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  17. Aah... A blog by my favourite tweeter - what perfect bliss! This is better than sitting by an open fire and drinking hot chocolate (with marshmallows...) on a cold December day :-)

    Love you Mrs Fry xx

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  18. Good afternoon to my favorite wise Non-Aunty.
    Yippee! You have a blog! When you post new recipe ideas, could you please suggest drinks too? I get in such a tizzy. Much love and many thanks, your favorite Non-Niece. X Mwah.

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  20. I know that this diary along with your recipe book are going to both be huge best sellers.

    Have you thought about contacting Radio 4 to start a series..Mrs Fry's Diary.

    I really don't know how you find the time to fit everything into your day..you are a credit to woman kind and I just hope that your wayward husband appreciates what a gem he has in you.

    When the book is finished, please include your description of Stephen's performance at Glastonbury. That was complete and utter literary genius and I applaud your magnificent use of our fine language.

    Your friend Nikki
    xxxx

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  21. I am awaiting your newest blog with "baited" breath (I've been fishing you see) and with Great Expectations (and reading as well).

    God bless love!

    Robyn

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  22. Oh Dear Lady........
    What a plan.......... writing a blog!!!!

    I will follow with interest .......... Stephen is a truely lucky man !!!!

    Crystal Tip.XX

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  23. I agree with griffin 165.......
    Radio 4 weekly slot next I feel !!!!

    Crystal TipXX

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  24. hi there i have just recently started to tweet,it is an amazing thing as i can follow you from the remotest part of the planet which is where i am at present,i do so miss the bright lights and entertainment of the uk,but i now can catch a glimps of what is happening from your awsome twitterings, a breath of london air spills out of my pc as twitter comes to life thanks,im am a keen follower.

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Sunday, 5 July 2009

Sunday 5th July

Well, hello dear. You found me. I thought I'd try out a little bloggery. I hope you enjoy reading about my life with Stephen and our two adorable children (we have six but only two are adorable. Do I mean adorable? Sorry. Acceptable).
There. I'm rambling already. Perhaps I should have stuck to Twitter.

26 comments:

  1. Hello Mrs F, what a superb idea, to keep a blog, I will look forward to further installments, quite frankly, I am amazed at how you find the time.

    Much Love

    Julia X

    ReplyDelete
  2. I must say, I've only just begun following you on Twitter and I'm pleased to see you're already trying to make that a fuller experience. Not in the meaning of "cloth dying." More complete, you know.

    When you speak of two adorable/acceptable children, do you mean in general or at a given time? In my experience, though I've fewer to select from, I find the latter to be true.

    Most sincerely,

    Priory

    ReplyDelete
  3. The secret of bloggery is to ease yourself in gently at first. Slow & steady is better than over stretching yourself and getting torn between your blog and your twitter!

    Best of luck – quite a challenge with your hands already so full of Stephen & offspring!

    ReplyDelete
  4. Loving the new digs Hun!!!!!

    ReplyDelete
  5. I do think that after this, there is a book that is due.
    After you'll publish the book, you'll have your own talk show in which you are going to be interviewing the various housewives of celebrities from all over the world.
    I'm sure, that the talk show will succeed so much, that it won't take long for you to have your own t-shirts and other collectible items. So, do you mind if I design them?

    Sincerely,
    AHisme. :)

    ReplyDelete
  6. I look forward to some top quality bloggage ! x

    ReplyDelete
  7. Oh Dear. I feel I must finally come out and say something.

    I'm afraid Stephen is behind all this. He has her brainwashed.

    Don't you see?? Stephen gads about the world making documentaries, eating 5 star meals, and enjoying the local culture. This poor dear is stuck at home eating spaghetti from a can and watching 6 wild children. Wild no doubt because their father is never around except when he wants something from their mother...ahem.

    She sits alone like Hellen Keller writing all day to escape using her imagination. Or was that Anne Frank? I can never remember.... Anyway, my point being that poor Mrs Fry is crying out for help. Who among us will stand up to Stephen and save this charming womans life?

    #SaveMrsStephenFry

    Your twit friend,
    Mahatmablondie

    ReplyDelete
  8. Oh lovely, twitter is nice, but hearing about your days exceeding 140 characters will be quite the treat! And do try to keep that Stephen of yours straight....ahhh, errr, I mean...try to keep him in line. ;) Take care, darling!

    --Crystal.

    ReplyDelete
  9. Welcome - have been enjoying your tweets and looking forward to reading your blog. I only have one child, but as he is only adorable in retrospect, and acceptable on alternate Thursdays (more often, if I happen to be around other people's children, who are always a good reminder of why I only had one).

    ReplyDelete
  10. I fell SO sorry for this long suffering woman. Does she ever get to go on wonderful trips? I say no. Mind, she chose to have the six kids. I mean.............

    Great idea this diary!

    ReplyDelete
  11. I'd love to see a picture of Hugh Junior.

    ReplyDelete
  12. now that's more like it... a woman of your intellect and wit should not be limited to 140 characters, unless those characters were part of a brilliantly written stage play about the history of british comedy with a dozen strapping young stage hands standing by for costume changes... oh the mind wanders

    write on, Mrs Fry, write on...

    ReplyDelete
  13. My Dear Mrs F

    Welcome to Blogger. Feel free to pop over to my place any time. The address is in my profile.

    Everyone, Mrs Fry and I are both on the front page of Ms Twitter UK - as is a lovely little girl called Mia - and all the best people on blogger are voting for the three of us. :) You can find all three of us here: http://tinyurl.com/vote-rebecca

    Ooh - if you don't mind Mrs F - I'd like to put a plug for your hubby. Mr Fry is on the men's competition and another little twitter friend of mine is on there too, in the animal section. We met on twitter and he's quite the genius - feline_overlord

    Plugs over. Love the blog and will be back often.

    Your new look is absolutely wonderful. Do you have new make-up artists now you're famous?

    ReplyDelete
  14. Mrs. F. - I don't know if you've seen this video, but it's just as well you saved your Stephen from his bartending job pandering to "arty" types. Lord knows, your house could have been filled with the patter of tiny fruit.
    http://tinyurl.com/5tpmxq

    ReplyDelete
  15. Sorry to be mundane, but this site won't let me choose my twitter ID to post a comment. Can you adjust it? - rowemag

    ReplyDelete
  16. Ahhh Mrs. Your talent abounds and I truly believe in the quality of your verbosity and the extent of your lunacy. Amen dear.

    ReplyDelete
  17. Aah... A blog by my favourite tweeter - what perfect bliss! This is better than sitting by an open fire and drinking hot chocolate (with marshmallows...) on a cold December day :-)

    Love you Mrs Fry xx

    ReplyDelete
  18. Good afternoon to my favorite wise Non-Aunty.
    Yippee! You have a blog! When you post new recipe ideas, could you please suggest drinks too? I get in such a tizzy. Much love and many thanks, your favorite Non-Niece. X Mwah.

    ReplyDelete
  19. This comment has been removed by the author.

    ReplyDelete
  20. I know that this diary along with your recipe book are going to both be huge best sellers.

    Have you thought about contacting Radio 4 to start a series..Mrs Fry's Diary.

    I really don't know how you find the time to fit everything into your day..you are a credit to woman kind and I just hope that your wayward husband appreciates what a gem he has in you.

    When the book is finished, please include your description of Stephen's performance at Glastonbury. That was complete and utter literary genius and I applaud your magnificent use of our fine language.

    Your friend Nikki
    xxxx

    ReplyDelete
  21. I am awaiting your newest blog with "baited" breath (I've been fishing you see) and with Great Expectations (and reading as well).

    God bless love!

    Robyn

    ReplyDelete
  22. Oh Dear Lady........
    What a plan.......... writing a blog!!!!

    I will follow with interest .......... Stephen is a truely lucky man !!!!

    Crystal Tip.XX

    ReplyDelete
  23. I agree with griffin 165.......
    Radio 4 weekly slot next I feel !!!!

    Crystal TipXX

    ReplyDelete
  24. hi there i have just recently started to tweet,it is an amazing thing as i can follow you from the remotest part of the planet which is where i am at present,i do so miss the bright lights and entertainment of the uk,but i now can catch a glimps of what is happening from your awsome twitterings, a breath of london air spills out of my pc as twitter comes to life thanks,im am a keen follower.

    ReplyDelete