Another week of life has passed us by, and what a week it was. If you live anywhere near Ohio, you have likely experienced temps ranging from 30 to 80… multiple times… in a single day. So Julie asks what we learned this week, and all I can think of is the one flower pot I just remembered that I forgot to bring inside last night and hoping that it’s poor little leaves didn’t get frostbit! How on earth can I think of anything else with stress like that upon me? But I will solider on for the sake of the blog.
What did I learn this week?
1.) If you install a plug-in that removes urls from comments (in order to prevent spam attacks, of course) it also removes the url link from everyone’s legitimate comments. Sorry, everyone… I have tried to go through and manually link to as many of you as I could!
2.) The CommentLuv plug-in is freaking awesome and ridiculously easy to install. Seriously, if you don’t already use this on your blogs, install it NOW! I will wait………. Did you do it? I love exploring unknown blogs via this plug-in on other sites, and now you all can do that here!
3.) I apparently don’t really understand Pinterest. That hasn’t stopped me from getting seriously addicted to it, though. And now you can follow me on Pinterest if you want. (Please? I feel lonely with no followers.)
4.) I had a lot of expired food in my pantry.
5.) I had a lot of excess
crap stuff in my garage.
6.) I am addicted to Army Wives. Okay, I already knew I was addicted to that show, but this season seems to have me especially hooked for some reason. Who else loves this show?
7.) Some days Corporate America is a thrilling place… some days I am ready to retire. Haven’t decided what kind of day today is yet.
8.) When you get to a certain age, birthdays lose their excitement (Wednesday is my birthday, by the way).
9.) If you forget to water a tomato plant for a couple days, it gets really withered up.
10.) Tomato plants must be related to Superman, because they can survive a lot of abuse (even me!). If you water a wilted tomato plant he pops back to life within minutes.
And that’s what I learned this week. How about you?