Usually, the blogosphere is a friendly place where bloggers share each other’s work with transparent ping backs and duly credited photos (got to love Creative Commons as I’m a lazy and mediocre photographer). I came across this wonderful story called … Continue reading The original author of US Marines ambushed and defeated by Norwegian kids
After receiving and answering the award, it’s time to pass it on. 10 female blogs worth following, right here. Continue reading Sisterhood of the world bloggers award (part 2)
I just found out how to make a text widget linking to my About page and I’m pretty chuffed with myself. I’ll have that bottle of wine now, please. Maybe that’s a little too much celebrating too little work. Because there’s actually nothing magical about it. I googled “WordPress text widget with text link” and found this page on WordPress Support. For once, I followed the instructions and voila! Text widget with link to About page done. If you read this post on my original site (not in your WordPress reader) you see my fresh widget in the right sidebar. Anywhos. … Continue reading Fidgeting with widgets
In this post I’ll tell you about me. In English! Continue reading About Finkelstein
The start of the weekend is the perfect moment to go and say hello to my new blogging neighbors. Day 3 of Blogging 101 Continue reading Hello new neighbors!
I’m picking and choosing the prompts of Blogging 101. Day 5 is about trying a new theme for your blog, maybe finding your true love theme. Continue reading The search for my true love blog theme
Originally posted on K E Garland:
“Create your own personal super hero alter ego and describe his or her day” ~ Finkelstein & Sons I once told someone that I wanted to be like a 21st century Harriet Tubman. I wanted to free people from their own societal minds. So if I was a superhero, that’s exactly what I would do. I would go around and help people unleash their own special superpowers: the power of choice, the power of love and the power to accomplish whatever it is they set their minds to. The power of choice means that… Continue reading Unleashing the Infinite Superpowers in Everyone (Free Writing Challenge)
Originally posted on crazy mama, PhD:
The lovely Irene of Finkelstein and Sons challenged me to a free-writing exercise with the prompt, “Create your own personal super hero alter ego and describe his or her day.” Invisibility. I’ve always said invisibility, when asked what superpower I would choose if I could have but one. It’s a reflex response born out of a lifetime of wanting to be left alone, un-judged, un-bothered, un-teased. But I don’t know what I would do with that, as a superheroine. It’s a selfish response, as is my second choice: being able to instantaneously transport myself… Continue reading It-Gets-Better Girl
This is why I nominated Red Hot Chili Mother for the free writing challenge. Love every word of it! Continue reading “Get cape. Wear cape. Fly.” – ain’t I already a Superhero?