I don't think I quite made my page view quota last month at Babble, but I came pretty darn close thanks to you all. While it is somewhat pathetic to be your cause, it feels good to write every day and to have smart, articulate, witty people like you read it.
If you find yourself with time on your hands this weekend, take a look at this week's posts.
First, free downloadable lunch bag notes that you can print out and personalize. If you're into that.
Jimmy Fallon doing The Doors singing the theme song from Reading Rainbow. This is required watching--to the end of the song. Go ahead. I'll wait.
I think her posed smile is funny, so I made a slideshow out of it: Ellen Poses in My Shoes.
One of Babble's first new "conversation" posts, Are You Happy With Your Children's Schools is an opportunity to take the internet back from the trolls and participate in an authentic, articulate discussion. Feel free to weigh in, guys! Christian will respond to your comment for sure.
Art+Science=Cool. You need to know about Bobak Ferdowsi so click on the link, fool.
My Kids Have No Phone Skills. I'm not proud of it.
And this week was kind of unprecedented because I managed to blog here at Every Day I Write the Book almost every day.
Is there such a thing as blogging too much?