Oh yes. The one where I playfully commented that he looked tired (guess someone else did too) and Kerry said "I don't know what you're all talking about, he looks gorgeous." Which I thought was kind of a sweet reaction to be honest - it totally wasn't a slight, Kerry. ;) (I've seen a billion pics of the president where he looks knacked as hell and I would probably still say "Damn, that's a handsome man" to every single one of them. LOL)
I think I appreciated the caption more than the pic. :) Yeah, we'll need to repost that here at some point. Twitter is so rapid paced and I don't think we want to get in the habit of posting here every time a pic of Jamie is tweeted. Maybe we'll need to start Twitter Tuesdays or something here. ;)
I was out of the loop for a couple fo days and all this stuff happened. So, IDK about a weekly thing but maybe a one (maybe twice) a month post with what happened on Twitter and all of that might be a good idea.
Also, because we are on that topic I think that you both should yell for help when there is too much to do. Maybe some of us can give a hand. Don't get me wrong, you do a wonderful job and I'm personally really grateful but I'm thinking that maybe we can help in some way or another.
Aww, thanks hon, that's kind of ya. :D For sure, if you're surfing and ever come across anything please let us know! Or in the comments, if it's a post that's relevant - I think Asta would agree we've gotten some awesome tips from there that we totally missed. Google Alerts is great but it's not a flaw-free dragnet. ;)
That's so nice of you to offer. =) As always, people are welcome to post any Jamie related news, photos, etc they stumble across. I think during the lean news times zegeekgirl and I got in the habit of posting whatever ideas popped into are head in order to keep eyeballs here ;) and everyone got used to us posting. Which is fine! But I sometimes feel like people are intimidated (probably not quite the right word) to post now and I don't want anyone feeling that way. One of the reasons I stick with LJ (other than laziness :) is that, unlike a regular website, people have the opportunity to comment and share.
Yeah, casualty of the lunch break posting rush again - I had a second paragraph in that reply stating basically what Asta said which is that you're welcome to start a post on your own, too! Esp. if it's big news (of which with Monday Mornings on the way, we might finally start to be having more of more often. ;) )