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I’ll let you decide which of these is a more appropriate song to headline this post. Not too long ago, I heard about this blogging contest called the “Create a World” contest. I immediately thought to myself, “I should enter … Continue reading
Over the past several months, I have received The Versatile Blogger Award (x4) and the Liebster Award from fellow bloggers. The time has come for me to pay it (them?) forward. The Rules For The Versatile Blogger Award, one must: … Continue reading
A drabble is a very short story of exactly 100 words. Feel free to join in and write your own drabbles on Fridays and tag them with “friday drabble” and on Twitter with the hashtag #fridaydrabble. — I was exhausted. Work took … Continue reading
This is the official one year birthablogiversary of Magnet for Foolishness! It’s hard to believe that I started this blog November 21, 2010. It seems like just yesterday I was telling you guys about my adventures buying a book, being … Continue reading
A week or so ago, a link to this article, Survey: Women Most Beautiful at 31, showed up in my Twitter timeline. I can only assume that since this article (which doesn’t appear to be terribly scientifical) was published over … Continue reading
A pretty major ordeal knocked me off my game for a minute, but I’m back now. Just barely, but I am back. Leggo. 1) Who decided that the dime would be worth more than the nickel? If I had more time … Continue reading