Thank you to Drunk On Life for this.
Reblog doesn’t allow me to save then go in and add stuff nor does it allow me to schedule a post :(.
Press This doesn’t give a Title to click although it gives everything else sigh. Oops, yes it does, lol, as long as you don’t tell the selector that it’s a link post! shaking my head
The pix are great and the idea of a mini Mardi Gras along a bike/pedestrian trail is unique enough that it caught my attention.
Wish I could have been there.
-Woot! 11-17-15 I received my 1000th like!
Thank you all!
I never thought I’d reach that milestone, not that I was trying because I wasn’t, but it’s nice to know that others are reading what I put out there.
Thank you again.
As an aside: today would have been my dad’s 73rd birthday. Happy birthday, dad, wherever you are.
That’s right, I have finally posted another fanfiction story review for your perusal. Enjoy.
Originally posted on Kittyinaz's Group Food Blog:
Because it isn’t a Thanksgiving without a turkey! Unless you call the president and hold a party over one turkey that doesn’t get eaten that year. I’m European, can you tell? Anyway, enjoy your non-pardoned turkey!
And for when you have bits of turkey left over, you can make some delicious panini!
Enjoy! *flaps arms like a bird while making turkey sounds*
I have blogged before about how to gain followers. Here is another blogger, who doesn’t enjoy what he’s doing but does it anyway, who has of the same thoughts.
He’s also expanded on what I’ve thought but may not have said: interact with the community. Let even those who like a post without commenting or following, know that you have seen them, let them know that you appreciate the fact they lead a busy life and still took the time to click a little button.
Read others blogs and like and comment on them; they will appreciate it just as much as you do.
When you leave a like or comment the blogger gets a notification that your online persona did so: It’s like a business card. When you’re at a function for your work, you carry business cards so those you interact with have a way to get in touch with you after the fact.
That’s what this is about: interacting with those who have some of the same interests and giving them a way to get in touch with you. While visiting their site counts in their statistics, actually leaving your footprint in some way lets them know WHO was there instead of just a nameless click.
I wanted to share this for Nationa Reading Month. Unfortunately, that isn’t until March and this is way too cool to wait!
I’d support this in a heartbeat!
Definitely healthier all the way around than the candy bars and chips you can find in most vending machines. Or even that AWFUL vending machine coffee! Yuck!
This might be an idea for museums, historic trails and such. It would give us a tangible memento of where we were as well as reference material for the writers, researchers and students who have to do a paper.
What say you all?
Super-short fiction that’s as good as any snack
a study reported that hired assassins had extremely low divorce rates which I found surprising since they’re… oh
You don’t say! Whoda thunk it?