Wednesday, March 16, 2011

The ABC's of Web Surfing

Because Em asked for it, here's a silly A-Z list of my most visited websites. These are the sites that pop up in my firefox browser when I type the letter.
A-Amazon
B-Blogger
C-Connect Me...school email system home computer access
D-DLTK. Alphabet activities for my classroom.
E-my tumbler, which I haven't really used since I started using pinterest.
F-Facebook
G-gmail
H-hotmail
I-my blog. you're here already.
J-JBS Inspiration blog
K-Knitty Bitties blog
L-our mortgage company
M-my Plymouth, grad school log in page
N-Nutwood, Scarlet's blog from her 30 Days of Gratitude last November. Clearly I don't go to many N sites.
O-Old Navy. Maternity clothes shopping.
P-Pinterest. My new time suck.
Q-Quince & Co. Yarn I'd love to own.
R-Ruche. I'm surprised Ravelry comes up second. I think I visit that way more often than Ruche.
S-Studio Calico
T-Twitter. Which is odd since I usually use TweetDeck. Two Peas comes up second.
U-USAA. Our banking and insurance
V-Victoria's Secret. I think this is left from Christmas shopping.
W-Weather.com
X-odd. nothing with X actually comes up. First its a link to Amazon's Best of 2010 list and next is a link to this Martha Stewart embellished sweater tutorial.
Y-You tube. Specifically, this video of an autism classroom. Again, this is odd, since I've viewed plenty of things on You Tube since I watched this video back in October or so.
Z-Zulily

There you have it. The ins and outs of my internet preferences. Because I know you really wanted to know this. Maybe it gives you some insight into me. Maybe you want to play along too. Just for fun.

2 comments:

Barb March 19, 2011 at 11:13 AM  

Victoria's Secret was my V, too. So weird. I don't really ever go there!

Anonymous April 6, 2011 at 6:22 AM  

I love ya, girl! Just checked out your older posts and Pinterest. I remember you talking about it, but I've never seen it. I LOVE the baby stuff you found. I think I'll steal some ideas! <3 Steph

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