Before I forget, 939493 of you emailed me yesterday: "Dear June, I want to make money on blog ads, too! How do you do it?"
It's very sophisticated. I went on BlogHer's website and I went on Google Ads. I filled out the forms to ask if they'd advertise on my site. The end.
I think BlogHer might be full up but maybe that's changed since I last talked to anyone about it.
And I don't have any other recommendations for other ad sites; if I did they'd be up on here. There is another site whose name escapes me that said, "Advertise with us!" but Marvin always put my ads up and I have had neither the time nor patience to put those up myself.
June. Ambitious since she smoked a big fattie for the first time in 9th grade.
For the record, I do not smoke fatties. If there is ever a feeling I detest, it's the "I just smoked a fattie" feeling. I wonder if I could say "fattie" more often?
I just realized the coffee pot must have beeped and I didn't even notice! Yay! I'm a brave fattie!
In other news, and I'm certain you are sad I've moved on from that fascinating topic, I went to my friend Hibiscus Flower's last night. And she oughta be grateful I made THAT huge trek! She must live HALF A MILE from me. I know!
It was kind of a last-minute thing, as in we decided yesterday to get together, yet look at the snacks she just has on hand. Why is everyone a grownup except me? That is a bowl of mozzarella cheese and tomatoes and basil. I KNOW!
You'd think we'd smoked a big fattie, what with all the food.
So, Hibiscus Flower is a dog rescuer. And I know me hanging around a dog rescuer is like Charles Nelson Riley hanging around a neckerchief rescuer, but can I help who I like?
Look at her! Could she be scruffier and adopt-me-ier? Her name is Tessa and she was SO SWEET. She is less than a year old, they think, but she was calm and lovely and so friendly. She was found as a stray.
OHMYGOD SOMEBODY ADOPT THIS DOG BEFORE I DO.
Leave a comment if you want to know the deets, like the forms you have to fill out and her adoption fee and why if I took her I'd be smokin' a big fattie.
Hibiscus Flower has two big beautiful dogs who I took pictures of, and I hope you are sitting down, but those came out blurry. I know! Unusual.
I guess that's all I have to tell you, except I am getting a new statistics book to proofread on Friday, so you have two weeks of me whining about THAT to look forward to. Gird your loins.
I suggest you stock up on some fatties.