Part Time Monster hosts a regular meet and greet/link party. Their shindigs are a bit different because they encourage you to throw it way back and share a link of yours that's at least a month old! So head on over, leave a dusty old link, and check out other loverly bloggers.
Wes over at NearlyWes allowed me to defile their blog with a cheaply thrilling true story of a near auto accident of mine. All it needs is sex to round out its pulp fiction-ness. Go check it out and the rest of Wes‘ blog!
If you’re anything like me, you’ve spent too much of your life watching videos of vehicles colliding with things they have no business colliding with (e.g. walls, rivers, ditches, moving cars, parked cars, etc.) And if you’re anything like me, you probably cry yourself to sleep at night.
But that’s neither here nor there. Let’s get on with the relevant story:
My partner Moose – yes, that is the name his mother didn’t give him – and I had spent the better part of the afternoon hanging out on the banks of the Columbia River east of Portlandia. It was summertime, so half of the Portland metro area was gathered along the Columbia to bask in the coruscating glory of the sun while dipping their toes in the river. This is not where our story takes place.
At the end of our Nicholas Sparks-worthy afternoon, we and the rest of the weekend warriors were reluctantly returning to…
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Following the scary results of Super Tuesday, this poem by the inimitable Lexborgia over at Nerd on the Bridge feels especially relevant. Please head over and check out his work and show some solidarity with a like and/or comment on his page! #MakeDonaldDrumpAgain
The ever altruistic and blog saavy Danny over at Dream Big, Dream Often holds out an ongoing call for your links you’d like him to share with the rest of the DBDO community. He’s got great blogging advice – and life advice – and DBDO is a fantastic place to interact with other bloggers! So what are you waiting for? Go over to this link and share your post! And most importantly, have fun.
Each evening I create a post with 10 links to allow my readers to browse those links, visit your page and check you out! This is a great networking tool and one that I use often to help connect the blogging community.
If you would like to submit your link do so in the comments!
Whether you’ll be single, coupled, or multi-partnered on Valentine’s Day, save the date for February 14th for a blogalicious love fest over at A Cooking Pot and Twisted Tales! Meet new and familiar bloggers and partake in Jacqueline’s veritable feast of blogging love.
We are approaching the commercial month of love, though I am of the opinion that love should be a practiced existential part of our everyday lives. Sometimes, I kinda feel that the commercializing of valentine is a bit much, but that’s just my opinion.
Why don’t we have a lovely, lovey-dovey blog hopping party weekend :0))
If you are interested, I can be the hostess. Just sending out feelers.
There will be lots of candles and flowers, cakes and chocolates too *at least virtually* and we can share loads of links to our soppy love stories – non-fiction or fiction, poems, lyrical prose, pictures etc.
Posts that tugs at the heartstrings, plasters smiles on our faces and makes you bring out your scented tissue box.
Let’s make it a date ‘cos I am falling in love with you 😉
If you think it’s a worthwhile idea, please indicate below.
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Happy Sunday! Jacob’s got a fun game that generates the name of your overly dramatic memoir. Mine? Five Black Coin Jars: Memoirs of a War Midwife.
Haha, so head on over, try it out, and leave your overly dramatic memoir in his comments!
One Small Boat. Three Little Words. Five Smooth Stones.
Everyone’s read at least one in their life: an overly dramatic, too sappy memoir that is some person’s personal journey to emotional, mental, physical, or spiritual health/perfection/nirvana, and so can you. They show up in book clubs, on summer reading lists, and in psychiatrists’ waiting rooms. And they’re all equally annoying.
Well, guess what? Now, thanks to That’s So Jacob, you can have an instant best-seller with a personalized overly dramatic memoir about your life in a few simple steps!
Behold: That’s So Jacob’s Overly Dramatic Memoir Generator.
- Pick the first digit of your phone number. Mine is four.
- If you were born between January and June, pick a word that describes the first thing you touch with your left hand. If you were born between July and December, pick the first color you see when you…
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rosieeek over at Hookup Cultures is trying to reach 500 followers by Valentine's Day. As of January 22nd, she had 384. If you enjoy reading about relationship snafus and adventures, as well as solid advice, head over to her blog and click that "Follow" button! She deserves it and you won't regret it.