Suggestion Saturday: March 24, 2018

Here is this week’s list of comic strips, poems, short stories, and other links from my favourite corners of the web.

Unlegendary Heroes. My grandfather is infamous in our family for his do-it-yourself approach to medical care. For example, he once stitched up a large cut on one of his children’s heads. It apparently healed well, too. He’s done all sorts of other small medical procedures on himself that most people would leave to a doctor or nurse. What are the unlegendary heroes in your life known for?

Funny Things at the Dentist via Polychromantium. Oh, how I wish we could know the rest of this story.

Extreme Frugality Allowed Me to Retire at 32 – and Regain Control of My Life. I’m in awe of what this writer has accomplished so early in life.

Will the Internet Change Our Spellings? via ajseftonauthor. I’d argue that it already has. What do you all think?

Excuses and Explanations. There’s a huge difference between the two, and I liked the way this blogger divided them.

Lost Children via LizanneLloyd. This blogger has such a creative take on what might have happened to the children in these old photographs.

From Object-Oriented:

I’m staring at the skew on the third floor of an incredibly beautiful eighteenth-century building when I burst into tears again. The floor isn’t a floor anymore–it’s slid sideways, I can see the place where the load-bearing beams have snapped inside the structure.

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