Saturday, January 8, 2011

Imaginary Friends

You are NOT REAL.


You are ALL figments of my Imagination.


So says He Who Will Not Be Mentioned on the Internet (the hubby formerly known as Mr. Tart).


And so it was.


But BEING figments of my imagination, I've decided to apply some of my abilities on you. You will ALL be Famous Authors VERY soon!


HA! Now who wins!?

[the blog about my sleuthing (and when I say my sleuthing, I mean my Sister Tart told me) has been postponed until tomorrow, as daughter is making a bunch of money to be a research participant and so that is where I am headed this morning.] (the positive side of this, besides the obvious, she won't have to ask for money for a while, is I get to spend 2 hours editing while she is questioned]


[verbal content of this blog was generated by Hart Johnson
Picture of Jimmy Stewart and Harvey borrowed from Google Images (it's a great movie)
This post was first displayed at Confessions of a Watery Tart 
if you see it elsewhere, that's fine, but PLEASE come by and meet me!]

28 comments:

Rusty Webb said...

Well, I hope your daughter's experiment goes well - that she gets bionic abilities or something.

And I can hopefully finally see a benefit from being a figment of someone else's imagination. Thanks.

Sarah Ahiers (Falen) said...

Now i want to watch Donnie Darko. Again.

Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

I think you have an excellent imagination, Tart!

Jan Morrison said...

Nah, I'm real. I think the formerly known as Mr. Tart is a rabbit. Really.

erica and christy said...

Yeah, I'm just an imaginary friend, but I hope your magical abilities are real. christy

LTM said...

And I bestow those wishes right back to you! It's so going to happen... LEGACY is so engaging... :D <3

DCAllen said...

Yay! Go team, imaginary friends/famous authors!

Teresa aka JW said...

Thank you, Hart, I will now go fulfill my destiny to become a famous writer. :)

Mary Vaughn said...

I hope all of you have great success. Imaginary friends are the best. They are so willing to take the blame when things get screwed up.
Hope all went well for your daughter.

Holly Ruggiero said...

Two hours to yourself! How wonderful. I like being imaginary by the way. Less stressful.

Elizabeth Spann Craig/Riley Adams said...

I loved that movie!

Enjoy your day!

Dawn said...

At long last, I understand my destiny. I shall not let you down, my imaginary friend.

Kal said...

I had an imaginary friend once but he had to go. Could never get him to understand that it freaked me out that he never wore any pants. I got to draw the line somewhere.

mshatch said...

Excellent! I can't wait to be a famous author :)
and Harvey is one of my favorites.

Old Kitty said...

We all need a Harvey, especially for the weekend!! :-)

Take care
x

Hart Johnson said...

HA! I have the best imaginary friends EVER! Study screening went well (now she wears an actograph and then sleeps in a sleep lab for 3 nights--gets $225 for it, which at 15, for keeping a sleep diary for a week, wearing a thing like a watch and then sleeping in a strange place 3 nights, isn't bad)

Marjorie said...

Sounds like she is going to have fun making that money. Also can you imagine up even more things for me since I'm now a figment of your imagination anyway. (question mark key is broken)

erica and christy said...

Ha! Good gig for her!

And HWWNBNOTI is in good company. You, my dear, do not exist to my hubby, either. Nor does your daughter. Or, ironically, HWWNBNOTI.
erica

gideon 86 said...

Judging by all the talent on these blogs we all deserve to be famous writers.

We might be figments to MR. Tart, but we know who we are to each other. This our world.....

Glad Tart jr. is doing something interesting...

Michael

sam and kassy said...

*snicker*

Does this mean he didn't get to eat any of the chocolate? Since it came from an imaginary person.. it must be imaginary too, right? :P

While I'm glad I didn't go to a big university because I would have been required to be a research subject... that's a pretty good deal!

sam and kassy said...

Oops. This whole signing in and out thing is going to get me all messed up...

Raquel Byrnes said...
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Raquel Byrnes said...

Your blog is so fun...exactly what I needed to read instead of brooding over my blank computer screen.
Edge of Your Seat Romance

Powdered Toast Man said...

PTM is not a figment of your imagination. He a figment of my imagination.

The Words Crafter said...

Hmmmm.....being imaginary may have some cool benefits *rubbing hands together manically*

Congrats to the daughter and I love love love that movie!!!!!

Lisa said...

I'll take it! I'll even wear the bunny suit.

Ellen aka Ella said...

I love my imaginary friends, lol~ You have a great imagination~

Congrats to your daughter!

Medeia Sharif said...

Yay, I'm going to be famous. Woo hoo.

Someone looked over my shoulder when I alternated between Tweetdeck and Blogger and joked that I'm talking to viruses. So I don't have imaginary friends, but computer viruses!