Roll up, roll up….

 The Daily Prompt caught my eye this time: “As seen on TV. Write a script for a late-night infomercial — where the product is your blog. How do you market yourself? What qualities do you embody that other “products” don’t? What are the benefits of reading your blog?”. Here’s my entry – it was harder than I thought to blow my own trumpet!

MM loves playing with figurines.

MM  has Peter Pan syndrome, and loves playing with figurines.

Do you need a break from 24/7 news and long for an escape route to accompany that glass of Chardonnay and bar of chocolate in the evening? Could you do with a quick fix of humour to blow away the blues? If you’d love to have a good laugh without having to invite friends around for dinner and getting all the washing up to deal with too, then switch off the TV and get over to Multifarious Meanderings to poke some fun at everyday life.

 Penned by an expatriate mother of three who is not only one can short of a six-pack, but is proud of it too, this no-nonsense collection of life’s experiences will titillate your funbuds and leave you with a smile on your face.
Travel through time in MM’s archives, and discover the author’s mishaps as she strives to communicate in the States, finds truffle-hunting dogs under her neighbour’s tractor, copies off Wonder Woman at parent-teacher meetings, examines the perplexing issue of the Lost Sock Dimension, discusses Herr Hormone and his PMT henchmen, and much, much more.
Learn about nature with MM, who gives you the low-down on the migration of the lesser-spotted boob, and reveals the true, grim story behind Larry the Louse’s regular visits to your child’s scalp. Her recent symptom-checker for Peter Pan Syndrome has turned up trumps for many readers, who are now finally able to put a name on their condition and will meet one day in a cyber playgroup to play Lego together.
And there’s more!
MM provides, free of charge:
  • A humourous glimpse of her everyday life in the south of France.
  • The reassurance that things could be worse as you discover MM’s run-ins with the world.
  • An opportunity to chat with some lovely bloggers from all over the world who regularly pass by, and to check out their wonderful blogs too.
  • A reply to your comment on her posts (MM is a blogger who enjoys interacting with her visitors).

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29 thoughts on “Roll up, roll up….

      • Not drivel at all! I always love your posts.
        I think it went alright, When they said I would speak for 15 minutes, I freaked out a bit, but it flew by. Phew! The nice thing about it being radio was that no one could see me sweating! 🙂 Thanks for caring!

      • I’m glad it went well. True that radio is good for its non-visual aspect- hey, you could even do phone-ins in your Mr Men PJ’s 😀 Looks like you’re good at it – maybe you could do more in other media? Do they do reruns? I’d love to hear your fifteen minutes on all things pink 🙂

  1. Blowing your own trumpet is always hard, Brits find it so embarrassing!

    I’m loving your figurine pictures, you seem to be having lots of fun with them!!

  2. You had me on the first post! You sold yourself very well, spot on I’d say! I for one, look forward to your posts and always get excited and ready for a chuckle when I see you in my reader! 😀

  3. Damn, I immediately saw the face and thought that’s what I was meant to see, then I asked my friend and he saw a broken door…….agghh…growing up now…

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