I'm sure everyone's been to Google for some reason or another. You key in your word or words and 10 million (possible exaggeration) sites come up.
Well, I typed in Alberquando and ONLY links to my blog and blogs belonging to those of you who mentioned my little Alberquando, came up. (and a few that weren't written in English). Can you imagine? There was that "wonderful" name that I passed up and NOT ONE other person in the entire internet universe has chosen it! Amazing. Those of you that haven't been here from the start may not realize it but my 12 year old son's name isn't really Alberquando. It became his blog name by accident. CLICK HERE to read how. (yes, this is a BLATANT way to show off my new linking skill!)
"LINK: establishing a connection or union between objects. To join. A connecting ring of a chain."
"A torch can also be called a link. hence the definition of a "Link-Boy" is a boy or man formally hired to carry a link or a torch to light one's way home at night."
"Link, link, everywhere a link. Blocking out the scenery making me think. Click this, don't click that, can't you learn to link?"
"Link Link bottle of ink, cork fell out...I learned to link"
"Linkoping- A city in South East Sweden"
"A tiskit, a tasket, a red and yellow basket. I mailed a letter to my friend with info and I linked it"
"Peas porridge hot, peas porridge cold. Now that I have learned to link, I'm feeling rather bold!"
"of course, Art Linkletter"
"Big wheels keep on linkin', Proud Mary keep on thinkin'. Linkin'! Linkin'! Linkin' on computers!"
"Four score and seven years ago...." --who else---Abraham Linkin' (ouch)
"Linkin' Logs and Linkin' Blogs"
Whew! I'm exhausted. Oh by the way. Did I mention that I learned to link?