A belated posting of the Happy 101 Award from Sally Lee by the Sea. Thank you so much for including me in your list of ten. I’m deeply touched by the gesture. Please stop by Sally Lee by the Sea, filled with Sally’s passion for life and all things by the sea. Her comfortable beauty… Continue reading
I thought it fitting to post this on Friday, the day of Ivy’s great meme, WTF Friday, which you can find at her site Unscripted Life. In Ivy’s words: Every Friday, I bring you a true story that will leave you asking (as we say in the Unscripted family) “WTF mate?!?” Ivy has poured her… Continue reading
In keeping with the caffeinated version of the Academy Awards that aired this past Sunday night, I’d like to move this along at rapid heart beat speed and thank Confessions of a Reforming Geek for this esteemed award. Confessions of a Reforming Geek is a hilarious geeky lady with an evil twin that lurks somewhere… Continue reading
Image by CyboRoZ via Flickr http://www.flickr.com/photos/filicudi/ / CC BY 2.0 Written by Ivy Guiler – UnscriptedLife.com I leaned back from my laptop, affectionately known as Lolita, and gave my newly finished website one final glance. The logo was perfect, the content was in place and the menus were in working order. I even had a… Continue reading
I’m now posting to posts with sticky notes, courtesy of SupahMommy’s meme. Please stop by her site and read the writing on the wall.
I am a centenarian of sorts, as I have posted 100 blog entries since starting Think Spin in May. Due to the nostalgic tone of this entry, I will include my eleven favorites. Please let me know what you think of my choices, what posts you liked or disliked, and what you would like to… Continue reading
However, DNA and PTA evidence refutes the fish hypothesis. If evolution works is no longer a theory, as the Internet Web Atlas indicates high levels of commentary activity in the Diarist Zone. On a clear night in the Blogosphere, a web gazer doesn’t need Google to find… Continue reading
Scottish Bards Were First Known Bloggers After months of castle hopping, Scottish scholars were able to trace the root of the word “blog” back to the year 1300 and the bogs of Scotland. Castle archives revealed that bards were stationed at the north, east, south and west shore of a castle and would simultaneously… Continue reading