ahem, don’t mind me. I am just testing for the mobile app, Blogsy. Just want to see if I am able to post here, and if I like it, using my recently found and insanely cheap bluetooth keyboard!I got it from Fry’s, which is a local electronics supercenter here in caliornia. I paid just $15 for this, and it works pretty well, so far. It has springy, lightly depressible keys and is made by rocksoul.While I love the technology out there,
It’s Monday, January 12, 2015. It is Monday, and you know what that means–Hosted by Sheila at Book Journey, Monday is a great day to take stock of what you’re currently reading.
I like it because it holds me accountable. And, because I succeeded at the 120 books read in 2014 (via Goodreads), I agreed to read 200 in 2015—I’ve done it before, and for many years read at least that many,
Here are two of my favorite ideas for book-keeping:
*Please note, I found these on tumblr, but have yet to figure out where they went, as I cannot find them. If you or someone you know is responsible for these, please let me know so I can add the information and link to you!*
I love the idea of reading your book case.
Imagine everything you have ever known changing in an instant. You are brought even closer to your friends. But what happens when, a few years down the road, you separate from those friends and now you are forced to relive the aftermath of the tragedy all on your own.
McRib has had the same core group of friends since 2nd grade—for 10 years, it has been McRib, Cowboy,
Have no fear about what comics to check out, GothamGal is here! Thank you so much for stopping by Always Reiding. As you can see by the picture on the left, GothamGal is ready to talk to YOU about comics in 2015.
Anytime you see this logo, rest assured, there is Geekery afoot, or above . GothamGal will give her honest opinion about comics and other such geeky topics.
Most parents find being responsible for a new life upon a child’s birth to be daunting—but imagine if you had to make a decision that would change your child’s future forever—before you even have the opportunity to get to know the child.
Alex was born. Stuck in between the male/female gender assignment. While at first, assigned as a girl, Alex was eventually gender-fied as a boy. Of course,