Time Warps and History!

11:24 AM Elizabeth Seckman 29 Comments

Just wanted to share some gems from around the web!




Tonja Drecker at Kidbits offers up her spin on the 1865 prompt with a wonderful time warp.


and


Stephanie Faris shares some history that reminds us what real problems are.

And a few funnies...
(yes, I do have a meme addiction)




Thanks for stopping by...be sure to visit today's challengers. You won't regret it!

29 comments:

  1. Read both of those!
    That first funny made me chuckle.

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    1. Me too. I need that one a tee shirt- haughty cat and all!

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  2. Of to check out the competition... :P

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    1. *Off* ugh.
      Blogger needs a comment edit button.

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    2. A comment edit button is a great idea- I could use one for my mouth too. LOL

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  3. I love the cleaning house pic. That's me for sure LOL.

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  4. Haha, like the way you described mine! I'm so honored to be a part of this. Thanks for letting me join in.

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    1. Sometimes in the midst of my whining about economies and life, I have to stop and remind myself that I really have no clue what hardship is.

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  5. Take that book haters! Books are way more fun than cleaning and I will check out these cool ladies (blog). Nice seeing you posting Liz.

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    1. Reading is always better than cleaning!

      Good to see you out commenting too! We're getting our stuff together, right?

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  6. lol the cat sure has the perfect spot, seen the stories indeed

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  7. Love Tonya's and Stephanie's posts and the memes! I often find myself reading rather than cleaning. :)

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    1. Me too. I am a first paragraph junkie. I could spend a whole just sampling those first few lines of books.

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  8. I like the book graphics. I'm often reading when I should be doing something else.

    I like the nonfiction with pics and fiction.

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    1. I love to read nonfiction. This summer has been the summer of memoirs. Just finished a girl's history of Ocracoke Island. Loved it.

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  9. I can totally relate to that last picture! lol! Wonderful :)

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  10. Very much like the two funnies. I can relate to the second one though.

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  11. LOL! I love memes too, and now I'm totally off to check out these ladies entries. Yay!

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    1. I am such a meme junkie. Could look them up all day!

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  12. That quote is so me. lol Will pop over and read your participating authors.

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  13. Yep. There's a book. Goodbye housekeeping! Yes, with a special needs brother-in-law, you would know many of the joys and trials of caregiving. And yes, I'm glad to be back on Blogger. I too have to do this as I can. I think we all understand the constraints of "real" life.

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    1. My mother in law has sacrificed a lot, but I know she doesn't regret a day she's spent with Corey. He's a special guy with a lot to teach people who are wiling to learn.

      And I agree with doing what you can, when you can. Blogging should be enjoyable.

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