Ah, what better way to begin a carnival on a Sunday afternoon with a Winger song about barely legal dating? No, seriously, when we were groovin to that tune in the 90s, did anyone actually listen to the lyrics? Anyway, Welcome to the June 28, 2009 edition of Everything Worth Reading.
SmallTownSim presents Joy's Journey To Wellness: Climbing the Mountain posted at Joy's Journey To Wellness, saying, "Everyone goes through struggles. Everyone is climbing a mountain of some type. The good news is- you don't have to travel the journey alone."
Howling Duck Ranch presents Woman running fairly close to the wolves posted at Howling Duck Ranch, saying, "Last year, I quit my job in order to attempt to achieve what I call 'Personal Food Sovereignty'. Learning to hunt was part of the challenge of growing, gathering, raising, butchering, fishing, and hunting for my own food. This is a true story about one of my first hunts."
Tom Escent presents Introduction to Nerds on Wall Street posted at Quantitative Finance, saying, "Think of this as sort of a Hitchhiker’s Guide to Wired Markets. There are no robots parking cars for six million years, but there are robots trading millions of shares in six milliseconds, so maybe that’s close enough."
Whitecoat Tales presents Bittersweet posted at Beyond the Short Coat, saying, "This is a story I wrote about one of my first experiences with life and death situations. . . mostly it's about people, and coping."
Madeleine Begun Kane presents Tubing Blues posted at Mad Kane's Humor Blog.
Sounds like tubing is as much fun as canyoning, which I did not even know was a verb until I was in the DR and sliding down waterfalls in my precious life vest.
Jim Murdoch presents Writers and rejection posted at The Truth About Lies, saying, "Every writer and poet hates getting rejection slips. Here is an exploration of the different kinds of rejection, the journey towards acceptance and why that matters so much."
POST OF THE MONTH
JJ presents Astonishing Wedding Proposal Ideas posted at The Aged Male, saying, "Some crazy ideas on how to pop the big question."
You had me at "fake your own death." That makes this our POST OF THE MONTH!
That concludes this edition of Everything Worth Reading.
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