Hank For Senate: Cat Runs For Office In Virginia
If I wasn’t running for president, myself, I would try and get Hank to do it. My people will be talking with his people about a cabinet position.
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Blogs and Articles in No Particular Order
I love the way Vicki Hinze’s beautiful soul shines through in everything she does. Ellie Ann has A Chat with Best Selling Author Vicki Hinze.
Joy recalls what Leap Day has meant to her over the years, from the Leap Day she found out her 3-day-old baby girl needed a heart transplant until the present day. “Your Baby Will Need a Heart Transplant”
Best selling author of We Are Not Alone (WANA), Kristen Lamb, enters the world of vlogging at her site this week with We Are Not Alone, Volume 1, telling people about the social media love revolution.
The TSA is Coming to a Highway Near You, by Representative Marsha Blackburn, R-Tennessee. Apparently, groping us in airports no longer satisfies the Department of Homeland Security’s desire for power. As they would say on Criminal Minds, the TSA is devolving.
Donna Newton interviews horror writer Brad Keene. 30 Second Interview with . . . Brad Keene
An important message from author Roni Loren. Enough with the Quid Pro Quo Blogging Etiquette
Why You’re Not as Great as You Think You Are comes via the awesome Dr. Elizabeth Boskey. Yes. Some folks are so dumb they don’t know how dumb they are. Actually, I think we pretty much all fall into that category with some topic or another.
A sad moment for me. Davy Jones died this week at 66. Davy Jones of The Monkees was my first crush. Never mind that no one in the band could actually play their instruments when they got together. Davy’s whacky humor, good nature, and idealistic songs gave me smiles during my youth and helped me grow up believing in daydreams. Thank you, Davy. RIP.
I only hope that one day, I’m talented enough to play a guitar through a tie. Not that it matters.
All the best to all of your for a week of daydreams you can believe in.
Piper Bayard–The Pale Writer of the Apocalypse