Sometimes an affliction hits even the most well-cared for animals. Desperate times call for desperate measures.
Originally posted on koolkosherkitchen:
King Midas had a daughter called Marigold, and he loved her more than anything, and he wanted to give her the best, the finest, the fanciest, and the most expensive things in the world. That required lots of gold, and even though he had plenty, there is never a limit to…
50 years of ‘Reading is Fundamental
Originally posted on NEORENAISSANCE MAN:
PART 1: I grudgingly write to you while being stormed on by a daunting, dark, opaque cloud of a mental affliction that has chafed every atom of my racing, unstable mind a trillion times a second every second for approximately 21,600 seconds (the last six hours, that is). The clouds…
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(Another useful post by someone else. I like. Tina Harden) Alexis Chateau Blogging isn’t rocket science, but it can certainly start to feel like it, as you struggle to find the magic formula that takes you from a handful of subscribers to hundreds of thousands. The truth is: there is no magic formula. Building a blog takes a… Continue reading 5 Awful Mistakes Bloggers Make