Last weekend the sun was pretty warm against the east facing terrace so I placed the guinea pigs outside against the heated wall for an hour, to give them a break from their cage.
You ever get the feeling that you know nothing?
I get the feeling I know nothing about anything the older I get.
Maybe it’s because I live with a teenager who knows everything…😉
I was thinking about something LA said this morning in her blog. It led me to contemplate the proverbial fork in the road.
This morning I yelled at Paul in his comments’ section. 😮
This post is about my ongoing search in looking for quality blog content. The kind of content that isn’t pushing some business or marketing strategy on me. Or tries to solicit to me to purchase something.
But first, I have a question:
I have recently joined Goodreads. And Tumblr. Just shoot me. The internet is my worst enemy… 🙄
But, as an avid reader, I have come to appreciate the internet in ways I never thought possible. If you know where to look and can stay away from the brain rot type of distractions, you can find yourself immersed in a bottomless pit of literary gems.
So let’s begin with some cool quotes:
Over the last few weeks, I have spent time outside of WordPress to look for fresh, new content. I dabbled in a few social media apps mostly, but also went on some other blog platforms.
Here’s what I found:
Very little quality content.
- There is no food in this house and my grocery list in my bag is ripped and smudged, thereby illegible and my excuse for not going shopping.
I live in constant, crippling fear of the what ifs. Do you know this about me?
Some people do.
Here’s the thing.
Here is a thing that seems appropriate in snowy weather – adults in snow pants. Do you wear snow pants? I do sometimes when I’m out walking the dogs…
Why do adults in Ottawa wear snow pants on the bus?
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