24 April 2013

Linkage, Volume 200


How Animals Eat Their Food (video)
I was lauging out loud at the rhino!

26 Things Cats Are Not
9. A Sunny, Vibrant Dandelion
via Jamie's Rabbits

Reasons My Son Is Crying
All the many many completely logical reasons that children cry
"I wouldn't let him eat mud."
"He was thirsty. I shared my juice with him."
"We helped him put on the boots he loves to wear."
"I closed the refrigerator door."

22 April 2013

Linkage, Volume 199

Today's linkage is pretty heavy material.

Finding God in a Little White Pill
God's grace comes in many forms, including the blessing of doctors who help heal our minds as well as our bodies
via Jamie's Rabbits

Parenting Adopted Children
a mother discusses her adopted son's struggles with loneliness, isolation, lack of attachment, and abandonment and how to help heal his wounded heart
"Now to Him who is able to do above and beyond all that we ask or think according to the power that works in us." -Ephesians 3:20

When I first met my child (video)
whether you met your child as a newborn in the delivery room or as a big kid in a park, it is a powerful, beautiful, life-changing event
via Jamie's Rabbits

To learn more about adopting from foster care, visit Adopt-US-Kids.

19 April 2013

Linkage, Volume 198

Oh hey there! I haven't forgotten about you, I've just been super busy! More posts coming soon!

Getting It Right
The Future of Customer Service: These Companies Are Getting it Right
via swissmiss

Signing at an Apple Store
The Coolest Experience I Had as an Apple Store Employee
via swissmiss

Cups (video)
this "modern pattycake" trend has been around for many years (they even did Cups on Full House), but this is an interesting arrangement using it as backup percussion for lovely harmony

How Did You Take That Picture?
...but how did you take that picture?
via Neatorama

01 April 2013

April Fools' Day 2013

Scope introduced bacon flavored mouthwash today, particularly enjoyable for those who don't like mint, or who really really like bacon.

Read all about the history of April Fools' Day on Wikipedia
"April Fools' Day is celebrated in many countries on April 1 every year, and many experts agree that it is acceptable to extend it to April 2 if one desires - due to the fact that the World is becoming smaller. It is such common practice, in fact, that Honduras' Department of Tourism filed for both days to be official, national public holidays in the last week or so."

And a round-up by the Wall Street Journal:
The Web's Best April Fools' Jokes