Blog Link Ups

SQT 5/15/15: 7 Interesting Patents I’ve Stumbled Upon in My Recent Searches

I realize that no one reading this (other than my dad, if he’s reading?) likely has any idea what an exhaustive patent search entails, but oh well. Just play along like you know and care, ok? 🙂 Basically, I’ve spent a lot, A LOT, of time searching through the google of all patent search websites…which, well, IS Google Patent Search (go ahead, click the link and search for something, like say “talking toilet”. I dare you. Better Call Saul fans will especially like this one: https://www.google.com/patents/US4883749 Read more…

SQT 4/10/15: Handling Marriage, America’s Got Talent & Other Boring Stuff

So I really like doing these Seven Quick Take Link-Ups over at This Ain’t The Lyceum on Fridays. Seven things that don’t really constitute a whole blog post, but things I want to chat about nevertheless.

tweets1) So did you see that article that went viral earlier this week about why we supposedly can’t handle marriage anymore? It had really bugged me, so I wrote a response to it. Twittered it to the author of the article as well. He tweeted back. I know it’s not much, but I do try to make a difference in the small things if I can.

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About to perform.

2) This past Monday my parent flew into town and we watched my youngest sister perform in front of the America’s Got Talent judges. I can’t tell you what happened or if they made it to the next round or not, so Read more…

SQT 3/6/15: Seven Questions & My Most Epic Blog Post Yet

In a perfect storm of blogging community epicness, I plan to submit this post not only to the the usual This Ain’t the Lyceum‘s Seven Quick Takes Friday Link-Up, but also to Blogelina‘s Comment-a-thon event. So if you stumbled unto this post through either one of those and this is your first time here – […] Read more…

SQT 2/27/15: It’s not ironic, but whatever will be, will be.

7) What Will Be. But I’m feeling very weird today still, as though I’m possibly unceremoniously stepping out of one stage of life and into another. I don’t know what the next stage is and I don’t know if this is just one more stone along the path my original leap of faith put me on. I’m excited and I’m anxious, but I’m also calm. Very calm. I’m trusting that whatever will come will come, and wherever my life goes it will go. Read more…