The headline speaks for itself. I was able to put together a year-in-review album on my personal Facebook page that focused on all the of the fun things we were able to do this past year. With very little mention of the pandemic or restrictions there were many positive moments not to be overlooked. There were plenty of 2020 memes and cartoons that we chose not to share here because there was already enough of it. We wanted to say “look here instead” and redirect focus on things positive and encouraging. You won’t hear a peep from me about what happened in D.C. this week, not because I don’t know or don’t care, but because it’s all been said already. Brevard County Fire and Rescue (FL) tweeted the dumpster fire pic and noted the irony that it was their last call of 2020. I don’t care who you are, that’s funny right there.Continue reading
Do you get a late start on a beautiful weekend day like this, or get up at the same time to the usual morning routine? Is your Saturday filled with yard sales, grocery shopping, kids at home from school or do you get the chance to genuinely relax? And what about the Internet?
I don’t follow stats like I used to, but the trend used to lean toward less active views over the weekend. Hopefully there are more exciting things going on and everyone is out and about; could also be more people just stay in bed all day. If you’re online and still looking for a break in the routine, here’s a couple of fun suggestions.
Saturday Ramblings at Internet Monk – a collection of stories and tidbits that didn’t make the regular cut during the week. There’s usually a paragraph or so on each and linkage to original sources. Kind of a mixed bag of leftover goodies.
Saturday Morning Cereal at Storyline Blog promises to be the best of the Internet from the past week. I’m afraid this link is to the best of the Internet from the week before because this morning’s cereal seems to be late. I hope they haven’t decided to scratch that feature just when I got around to promoting it.
Are you blogging any special Saturday things we need to look into? Share in the comments.
Daniel Jepsen is not new to Internet Monk nor The Master’s Table. His new role, however, is presenter of Saturday Ramblings at internetmonk.com. Here is a link to his first offering. You can also read Daniel at his blog Sliced Soup. Hot tip: you won’t learn anything reading his About page.
Were it not for Saturday Ramblings, I may never have heard about a satanic church in New York raising money to build a statue honoring Satan. Which they plan to place, where else, but next to the Ten Commandments in front of the state capitol in Oklahoma. Saturday Ramblings 2.0 will continue to bring you all the news that’s fit to print; and then some.