Hello Fun Seekers. Welcome to “Fun Friday.”
Before we get down to bid’ness today, I want to encourage you with two things.
First: I write these blog posts very fast. So they sometimes contain typos. I can’t catch them all. So if you ever spot a typo — for a present post or a previous one — please let me know in the comments section. I would greatly appreciate it. You are my proof readers.
(Firefox is a much better browser. If you don’t have it, I recommend it. It’s a free download.)
I’m not a fan of toolbars on my browser, but I’m diggin’ the Alexa toolbar. It’s notified me of several helpful articles I would have never seen otherwise.
The toolbar has a lot of nifty buttons, and if you’re a blogger, it will help your blog – and all other blogs that you visit – in the Alexa rankings.
The toolbar is a free download. Just click here to download it. Install and you’re set.
Now on to the subject at hand . . .
Many, many moons ago in a galaxy far, far away I used to teach high school. And at the end of each school year, when the yearbooks rolled out, I would write on my blackboard a list of “what not to write in someone’s yearbook.”
It was an annual tradition. Some of the other teachers liked it so much they began stealing it, posting it on their blackboards. So I was forced to copyright the material. Continue Reading…