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  • Mother Shyra 20:52 on 26 June 2008 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: blidget   

    Blidget, Schmidget…it works…hooray!!! 


    I wrote the http://www.widgetbox.com support crew and they sent me some info, but just for hoo-hoo’s and ha-ha’s, I decided to try my old method again.  I really think my browser and/or computer had lost it’s marbles because I was making so many lightning-speed changes and that was the reason for the stalled “publish blidget” button because IT WORKED TODAY!!!  How excited was lil’ ol’ me to see my blidget on my MySpace page (http://www.myspace.com/mothershyra).  The only thing was the title of my blidget says “Through Shyra2019s Eyes”.  What up with that?  I do realize that some may think that was the only name available (like an email addy), so they’ll look past it.  Others may think I have 2019 eyes, think I may think I have 2019 eyes or think I can see into the future…for them, I pray…daily…and fervently for.  Anyhooty-hoo, I’ll write MySpace about it later because I went over the code with a fine-toothed comb and couldn’t find where the 2019 came from.  Maybe the code for ‘ didn’t translate over.  Who knows.  I’m tired of fiddly-diddlyin’ and I am quite content for now.  🙂

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  • Mother Shyra 12:23 on 26 June 2008 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Appetance, constant craving, Control, Jack Welch, k.d. lang, Metro Station,   

    Motivational Quote/Word/Videos of the Day-26 June 2008 


    MOTIVATIONAL QUOTE OF THE DAY

    “Control your own destiny or someone else will.”  -Jack Welch

    METRO STATION-CONTROL  *******Cool band, cool song, clever placement of face piercings, but…yeah…no control AT ALL!!! LOL

    WORD OF THE DAY

    APPETANCE

    (noun)
    [AP-i-tahns]

    1. a craving or longing for something; appetite; “He lives his life as if its sole purpose is to satisfy his appetence for fame.”

    adjective form: appetent


    Origin:
    Approximately 1625; from Latin, ‘appetentia,’ present participle of ‘appetere’: to seek after, from ‘petere’: to seek.

    k.d. lang-CONSTANT CRAVING

     
  • Mother Shyra 10:01 on 26 June 2008 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: cocoa butter oil, , ,   

    Only the wise… 


    …attempt to play the guitar after slathering their bodies with cocoa butter oil.  😉

     
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