Tag Archive: HIMYM

Jun 27 2017

Survey from Facebook

This was a fun survey with 25 random facts about me. Figured I’d share.

Jun 06 2017

Mystery Blogger Award Number Two

Deb nominated me as I was nominating her! Thanks for the recognition! There are rules to this award, of course… Rule 1: Put the award logo/image on your blog. Rule 2: List the rules. Rule 3: Thank whoever nominated you and provide a link to their blog. Deb of bunnyandthebloke.com. And second to:@petrichorclouds @ArleeBird @IsaLeeWolf …

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Dec 16 2016

#deja2016vu MY DEJA VU BLOGFEST 2016

Mar 31 2016

Acceptance

Acceptance If a society, group, or organization has the primary goal of making everyone feel accepted and treated as an equal, must they also be accepting of, and permit membership to, those who are not accepting and feel they are superior rather than equal? “I accept everyone and believe we are all equal.” or “I …

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Jul 04 2013

July 4

Happy Independence Day Americans! Please be awesome to each other.

May 21 2013

Do Not Miss This Post

The Prompt:   Day 21, Tuesday: A list of links to your favorite posts in your archives   I love this prompt! Oh please, please, please take part in this! I have good posts to feature here. From this blog hop! I created a survey in my attempt to sell myself. I would LOVE feedback/ …

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Aug 16 2012

Hypothetical HIMYM conversation

“Ted, Ted, Ted, the main character in Fraction of Existence is obviously Heath, the suited-up rich and charming playboy that lives in New York City and is never quite clear about what he does for a living. Ergo, it’s about me. And that, my friend, is going to get me laid.”   “You can’t use …

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Jun 08 2012

Quick Pic

A friend of mine posted this on Facebook. I would like to add to it: “And twice during that movie, someone said to Suit Up. Your Uncle Barney was so proud.”

Apr 04 2012

D is for Dorner

Dorner, which originally meant “one who lives near thorny bushes,” is a German surname. The Dorner side of my family had immigrated to America over a century before the World Wars. Grandma Dorner was a fantastic cook, unlike me who should be banned from kitchens everywhere!             Kelly makes Jell-o far better than I have. http://youtu.be/fmFIeSmBjRQ …

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