Is this really true?

I just saw that I can compose posts from email if I enter this super-secret-squirrel email address. I am testing it out now. If it is true, I will never be sad again.
I really have nothing to say, I just want to check out this technological advancement. OH! I DO have something to say. I still really think that many of my replies to your comments are going in your spam, either that or NONE of you have anything to say back to me, ever. Please check your spam for emails from “byebyepieblog.”
Also too, I am getting hundreds of emails a day now, so please do not be offended if it takes me 108 years to reply to yours.
I really should be proofreading an index right now and not typing this. I am a terrible person.

13 thoughts on “Is this really true?

  1. June-
    All of these replies are hysterical. Did you realize that you just being you has caused so many of us to question our worth, or at least our humor? We should all be in therapy.
    How is your migrane today? Gone for good I hope. Have a great time in MI.

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  2. Hey June! I’ve gotten your emails but answer back on the blog because the reply appears to go to back typepad.com not byebyepie. Or maybe I’m just a cavewoman with a nice house. I’m easily confused in my duality.

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  3. Welcome to 2007 with the email posting, but I should talk, I don’t have an icemaker.
    I have many more witty things to say, but the state is coming to make sure I haven’t sold any of their children, it being the end of the month and all.

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  4. What’s it say about me that I reply to your e-mails within a nano-second of them appearing in my inbox? Or that I randomly e-mail things to you regarding whatever drivel happens to enter my mind that I think you might possibly be interested in? Does it say that I am a stalker? Needy? Odd? All of the above? I don’t know either but I’m pretty sure Marvin has a gun by the bed and 911 on speed dial. 😉

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  5. I’m thinking of framing the responses I’ve received from you. Potentially UPSing for an autograph. It did not, however, occur to me to send a reply to your reply. I mean, I figured you were busy enough without all the replying…

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  6. When you reply to my comment via the blog, your email to me comes with a warning that the email may be a hoax or phishing attempt and that I need to be careful and not give out my credit card or personal information nor any bank accounts numbers and do not send any money to an account in a South American country I have never heard of.

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  7. Yeah I didn’t think you expected a reply to your reply to a comment either. Truth be told I feel like getting a reply means that my comment was unique in some way and I’m not sure that I can come up with anything else to say that would be remarkable so I don’t reply. Too much pressure.

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  8. Your post worked! Go technology!
    Also, I never thought you wanted a reply to your reply to a blog comment, so I never replied to an email from you. I thought you’d think I was a stalker or something. Good to know that I’m not that weird.

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  9. I have nothing to say either. I was sitting around bored to tears channel surfing and saw Jay Behar of the View say that she has a dog named Tallulah. Who copied who? Hmmmm….

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