Vanita's Blog – March 2011 Archive (2)

Dropping Google Friend Connect and Facebook Like Box

I'm finally doing it!

I'm letting bloody go!

Goodbye GFC, I'll miss you so.

Goodbye Facebook Like Box,

I wish I didn't have to let you go.



No longer shall I be shackled to my desk,

waiting and watching,

watching and waiting for your numbers to rise.



No longer shall I move your widget around my site,

searching for the best placement for visiting eyes.



I am now free,

free as a stallion that's been let loose into a…

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Added by Vanita on March 24, 2011 at 3:30am — 7 Comments

The Here Today, Gone Tomorrow Dad

As a mom, especially an overprotective mom, I have that need to shield my teens from anything and everything that can hurt them. Broken glass, boxes of twinkies, school bullies, drunken drivers, burning buildings, pubescent boys who only have their penis and girls' boobies on the brain. But how, how do I shield my teenage girls from their father?



How do I…

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Added by Vanita on March 17, 2011 at 6:26am — No Comments

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