IT’S THAT TIME OF YEAR AGAIN. Another yearly wind-up post in which I make fun of all the search term results that lead somehow to my blog! Who knows! Web search engines are strange and so is WordPress! Here we go!
crochet 2 colour striped footie scarf image
I’m truly sorry to break it to you, but scarves are not for the feet. If an image of this does exist, it does not exist on this blog. Good luck to you trying to find that. A Footie Scarf would be a rather inventive thing indeed. If you want to crochet a scarf with two striped colors, however, well, that’s close enough. You can learn how to do that here. If you want to put it on your feet, well, I’ll leave that totally up to you.
A year ago I compiled all the ridiculous search terms that led to my blog. WordPress is a lil rascal and won’t show me all the search terms unless I pay, but I’ve been able to pick out some pretty weird ones from what WordPress does show me from the past year. I decided to do another one of these posts because 1) it’s been half a year since I’ve posted anything and 4 months since I’ve written due to academia, so this is my way of easing back into the swing of blogging/writing, 2) I’m feeling rather sarcastic and random at the moment, so if you were expecting some sincere answers to search terms, keep reading because you’re not getting any. Onward!Read More »
In case you don’t understand this blog post’s title:
So, quite obviously, I’ll be talking about books today. I was recently tagged by the epic Aria Maher for the Writer’s Book Tag, and I couldn’t ever pass up an opportunity to talk about books, hence this post. To name a few, I’ll talk about a book I’ve never read, a book that has made me cry, and a favorite fantasy novel I recommend.
Welcome to the first fandom mash-up comic series, Tea with Tumnus Comic Productions. In other words, my camera and I have put together a little comic strip and I thought it would be an entertaining post for you readers.
It is embedded in the origins of humanity for all full-functioning, self-ambitious human beings to wish for things. Trends in relevant statistics reveal that human beings wish for things such as vacations, game or theater tickets, snow, money, certain relationships, etc. This goes for a wide majority of the world’s population, despite differences in personality, status, or well-being. But writers? Well, sometimes the things these totally normal people wish for fall into three general adjectival Categories, listed below:
Deeply unusual and questionable
Seen as bizarre and ridiculous to everyone except themselves
Are either impossible or never could happen.
If you happen to have a friend who is a writer and have had to restrain yourself from taking him to the nearest psychologist, The Writer’s Wish List is for you. Its sole purpose is to finally reveal and explain the deepest wishes of these odd and scatterbrained, yet thoughtful and imaginative people we know as “writers.”