A little bit about me: My name is PeggyLu; Ms. Who if you’re nasty. I live in the San Francisco Bay Area, where I was born and raised. I love music. I have a 9-5 job in an office. I have some serious fanatical feminist moments. See that right there, it’s my bleeding liberal heart; yeah, I wear it on my sleeve. I think that I just might be the most annoying person on Earth. My friends rock! I give them all fun nicknames when I write about them, because I’m all about respecting people’s privacy and boundaries.
I don’t have a theme for my blog. It’s just about me, the things I see, and do. A lot of it has to do with me being single, and how that makes my life sort of ridiculous. Most of it is slightly fictionalized, in that I leave out the mundane parts of my life and try to give everything an amusing twist. I tend to play up events that make my life seem hilarious, because this is a thing I do mostly for fun. Also, some details are totally made up just to protect myself, my friends, and the innocent. Sometimes I get a little serious, but not often, and sometimes I just straight go off on a rant.
Anyway, I hope you’ll read and enjoy, and let me know what you think. Comment on any posts, though I monitor them, and maintain full right to not approve what you have to say if it is violent, misogynistic, homophobic, racist, unnecessarily agro, spam, or if you in some way, shape, or form try to infringe on mine or any other participants privacy.
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16 thoughts on “About Just Sayin’ and Contact”
I came across your website with a heartfelt, random search. And, for some reason…I think the website photo that adorns the top of your pages, and the creative ramblings of an intelligent woman is absolutely beautiful. Somehow I thought the Irish Eyes looked into my soul. The creative photography, or inspired moment lead me ro this random musing. Just saying’.
I came across your blog as both a fan of baseball and the Bay Area.
Although I’m a Cubs fan, AT&T Park is my second favorite ballyard next to Wrigley Field!
Also, living in Wrigleyville is wonderful but, if I could move anywhere it would be to S.F.
Keep up the good work and Go Sharks!
Thanks for stopping by, Bullpen Brian.
It’s one of my goals in life to see a game in Chicago. I’m not kidding.
And aren’t the Sharks something else? I prefer to see hockey live, rather than on TV. Only thing is, it’s a bit cost prohibitive.
hello peggy wanker 😀 i just camed across your website because I am bored.. as well.. I spent all my time last night convincing a hit punk woman from romania come visit me in the czech republic 😀 you take care
Thanks for the link and the discussion over on my blog. Also, for so reason one of your comments got stuck but I fixed it.
Thank you for putting up with my opposing viewpoints. It’s been a great learning experience.
hey peggy! i actually came across your blog via blog via blog via book (it’s a very long list of associations). but essentially, i noticed the comments you left on the 5th street blog, and you really seemed to be the only one in the discussion who wrote rationally and calmly…i may be biased, but i’m pretty sure that i’m not. 😉 anyway, read a few of your blog entries, and i’m a fan. added to RSS in 3…2…1…*ping!*
looking forward to reading more. 🙂
Welcome! Your kind words and readership are greatly appreciated. I hope I can continue to entertain.
I have added you to my blogroll, ’cause that’s how I roll.
your friend roger from real branding checking in and saying hey.
great to see you have a blog.
Welcome to my world!
sweet! i added you to my blogroll as well. 🙂
i came across your blog like other people said above me.
i feel unique about you, but i dont have a blog to add you in.
but i wish to know you.
do you use msn?
and can we be friend?
my msn : email@example.com
hope we can have a talk there,i’m a girl.
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