Here is this week’s list of blog posts, short stories, and other tidbits from my favourite corners of the web.
When Dreams Don’t Come True via AuthorIzzy. This is one of those links that works better if you don’t know what to expect when you start reading it.
The Little Red Hen Who Taught Me a Lesson via StoryRoute. This link made me wish I a) lived on a farm, and b) didn’t get itchy around so many different kinds of animals. I mean, I suppose I could write a heartwarming tale about the fruit flies that sometimes hatch in my apartment or the pigeons that fight over crusts of bread on city streets. Something tells me those creatures wouldn’t exactly make people warm and fuzzy like barnyard animals do, though. Ha!
Baby Bunnies Being Bottle Fed. I try not to let my bunny obsession completely take over this blog, but this video was too cute not to share.
Organic Offshoring: As Demand Rises, Increase In Imports Poses Safety Risks. Several of the blogs on my RSS feed are from experts who are skeptical of some of the things that happen in the alternative health community. Natural isn’t a synonym for safe. As it turns out, neither necessarily is organic.
“Plenty of warm bodies at home. The debtor and the donor should be in there, with any luck.”
Colin looked up from the infra-red image on his laptop and grinned at Greg. The roll of the River Thames was making him queasy. If the Haywards were home, he wouldn’t have to sit in the boat and wait for them.
What have you been reading?