Moodle Army Challenge #5 is HUGE! Put myself at the Center of the Universe?! Wholly Infinity, Haylee!
Come join up — there’s plenty of room at the Center of the Universe.
Here’s this week’s Moodle Army offerings. The Challenge was Lucky Charms, but it seems to have blended into Wishes as well.
Do join us! It will lift your mood to doodle. Watch for Haylee’s next challenge on Aloada Bobbins.
This week, Haylee’s Moodle Challenge is “Lucky Charm”.
I don’t believe in lucky charms. I mean, how lucky is a rabbit’s foot for the rabbit some poor superstitious dipstick got it from? (I admit, 4-leaf clovers are rare enough in my life to be romantically appealing. Besides, you have to be lucky to find one. Or maybe just single-mindedly dedicated.) And no matter how pretty the pastels are, my colorblind tastebuds insist the dodgy leprechaun’s dehydrated marshmallows are as delightful as astronaut ice cream, so I’m a bit at a loss here.
If wishes were horses, we’d all be eating steak. Jayne Cobb
Those words of wisdom gave me a slightly skewed approach to the challenge: any object that tradition and myth imbue with the power to grant wishes would be lucky, right? Like old oil lamps or birthday candles — anything you might rub or blow. Right? (Get your mind out of the gutter.)
Here’s my answer:
Use your brain as well as your wallet when protesting.
Why am I glad that 2017 is the Year of the Rooster in the East Asian Lunar Calendar? Because I quickly found an image of a smirking rooster for this post. Thank U, Ariadna Ada Sysoeva/Shutterstock.com. Why did I want such an image? Read on, if U dare.
Despite not owning a gun, I sometimes shoot myself in the foot. It is a common tendency among progressives. Case in point: boycotting retailers like Walmart and Amazon that carry Trump-branded products w/o pushing them, not just boycotting the products themselves and those who push them. We continue with appropriate made-up names.
Consider a retailer, say Walazon, that carries several lines of women’s fashions, including IvankyPanky and…
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Elation is the tide that ebbs and flows. Happiness, the wave that comes and goes. Beneath them both, unending currents roll, and so Resolve propels us to our goal. S.T. Ranscht
|Somewhere beyond the sea,
Somewhere, waiting for me,
An agent stands on golden sands
And loves all the pages I’m sending.
Tired of politics? You should join us! Moodling is creative no matter how elementary you think your ability is. So stimulate your brain in a fun way!
Next week’s Moodle Army Challenge: Draw your Lucky Charm.
Most people doodle. You ought to join in the Moodle Army fun. Really. Being Valentine’s week, Haylee’s Moodle Army Challenge #3 is:
Your Heart’s Content!
I hope yours is, too.