"Come away with me," he whispers.
"Not now," I say. "Don't you see all these emails I need to answer?"
"Let it be..."
"Do you see all these readers I've gotten lately?" I huff.
"I'm the one who gave them to you..." The Answer answers.Caught in the act...
My lover has a hurt look in his eyes.
I've been caught spending too much time with lesser loves.
I make a fool of myself. I stray too far away.
His pain gives me pain...the other lovers fail me.
I run back to him, tears clouding my eyes as I struggle to make out the words and meaning behind his love letter to me.
...in all the wrong places. The free link love is over.
The layout of the "Offbeat News and Random Crap" of the Green Llama is all-at-once striking and unique.
It's "bad bad Leroy Brown" author has even surpassed post #300, a feat to be proud of.
The Green Llama's header is well laid-out with easy-to-find archives and stuff that speaks to why Leroy is driven a bit mad by my big header.
And though Leroy has no pic of himself displayed, I get a true feeling of his warmth and generosity thru his offer to help me learn WordPress.
If only my sensibilities weren't offended by some of the links I followed -- no doubt the same thing I've done to some of my blog readers -- a seeming trend for today. Good thing the day is almost done...
This cool sun-glassed cat spells out his admirable "personal paradigm shift" in his profile:
To "embark on the journey of making a living online with a portable business, having the ability to travel and work from essentially anywhere on the planet."
If only The Soho Quest would keep more than two blog posts on his front page at a time...
I find keeping more posts on my front page helps my blog traffic.
Google may crawl The Soho Quest's front page one day and capture some interesting search terms
But the blog post is then archived away and before Google gets a chance to index it, those searchers are left in no man's land -- searching for search terms once on your front page but no longer to be found there.
And whilst Soho Quest's Google ads are very neat, I couldn't for the life of me get that "view ads about" search box to work.
All in all, seemingly two cool dudes, two cool blogs, and me, back focused on the love of my life.
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