|I wrote like the wind|
|in h2g2 NaJoPoMo 2011|
My name is Fizzymouse and I used to do stuff around here.
I used to be an ACE and if you need one – just click on that link and you can leave a message.
I used to be a Scout and if you want to help decide what goes into The Guide – click that link and apply.
I used to write and if you want to write you can submit your work to the EGWW, AWW, Peer Review, The Post or just leave it on your PS. If you submit it to a review forum someone will say something about it sooner or later (not necessarily to you though ) and you should act on this.
|3||A bit of everything|
|5||The day the circus came to town|
|7||Cutting it fine|
|8||Events of the day|
|9||Lights, Camera, Action|
|12||Right, left, left|
|13||Sick, sick, slow|
|14||Working 9 to 5|
|16||Things to do|
|17||Better late than never|
|18||Sleepy ... yawn|
|19||Because I have a minute ...|
|24||Only slight confusion|
|25||Jolly joy sticks|
|27||Early start ...|
|28||Every little helps ...|
|29||For goodness sake!|
|30||The end ...|
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