I am super pleased to introduce you to my newest adventure:
Long-time readers know that I’m full to the brim of both useless and useful bits of information. Serentipity is my attempt to corral the useful stuff into a central place and, I hope, give others that little tingle of joy in finding something they didn’t know they were looking for. Topics will likely be all over the place–some serious, some silly, and some in between. There will also likely be some cross-pollination, maybe even some simul-posting from time to time. I’m kind of making it up as I go along.
Since this is my first time to build a WordPress blog on my own (no Harriet this time), design and layout will likely be an evolutionary thing. Isn’t that half the fun? Bear with me, please, as I enjoy splashing in the pool.
To celebrate my new undertaking and to give you a little taste of what to expect, I’ll be sharing some of my favorite tips and tricks here on Tippy Toe Diet during November. Won’t that be exciting!
Oh, and in case you’re wondering if having a
publishing empire new blog will interfere with The Tippy Toe Diet, rest assured that I’ll still be here with my rambly self. This community is where my heart is, after all.
I hope you’ll give Serentipity a look-see when you have a moment. Bring a friend, if you’d like! There’s plenty of room for everyone! And if turns out not to be your cuppa, feel free to hang out here and enjoy.
Thank you for your FroToe suggestions! (My toes say thanks as well!) Maybe I can catch some Black Friday sales on warmer socks/walking shoes!
Yesterday was NOT a FroToe day as it was quite warm outside. Especially after I found this:
While I was out on my walk, it practically jumped into my arms and begged me to take it home with me, apparently not knowing that I lived about a quarter mile away. It looked so sad at being abandoned on the curb when its owners moved away. How could I resist? (My arms and back are wishing I had left it there, but after missing out on a pair of awesome kitchen chairs a few weeks ago–they were snagged before I could get back with my car–I wasn’t willing to risk it.) A good cleaning and a coat of paint, and this will be by new printer stand, complete with handy shelves for paper and printing supplies.
Do you ever pick up abandoned furniture? What’s your best find?
Note: I do draw the line at dumpster diving. So far.