If this week's fragments were menu items, I think you'd find most of them on the Entree section, and they're filling, but not so much that you can't order dessert. Pull a chair up to my fragmented table and see if you can't find something to nibble on. [For more information on what Friday Fragments is all about, click on the tab above.]
***Have you entered my Tupperware Giveaway?! You really should (if you haven't already), because everyone loves Tupperware, and the prize is worth $35!
***For a good Milo fix, check out yesterday's Puppy Play Date pics :)
***I also want to recommend an incredibly beautiful post that might touch on a sensitive subject for some of you, so if your parent-heart is especially tender today, you might want to bookmark it for another time, but A Walk in My Shoes, by Autism Wonderland is definitely worth the read.
***25 Things to Do with a Wiggly Toddler Boy (other than get frustrated) is an awesome article! (Many of the ideas would work for girls, too, of course.)
***This Kickstarter project has already been funded, and I can't wait to buy one: Bug Alien. It lets you capture stuff, view it under magnification (or fry it in the sun, I suppose) and then set it free (unless you fried it, of course. Please don't fry anything in the sun.) I think the Bug Alien is one of the coolest new toys I've seen.
***I learned the coolest Blogger blog tip this week; how to get rid of the annoying shadows/borders of every photo on your blog, not just for one particular post. You can find the basic directions here.
***On Post Secret this week (catching up for four missed weeks!) I found this awesome idea:
My office has found a solution to the awkward moment when passing other workers in the hall: silent dance party. It started with just the younger workers, but now folks of all ages boogie down in the hallway when passing each other!
Wouldn't that be fun?!
***And finally, I want to highly recommend Google Voice, as I've been using it for about a year and remembered this week that GV lets you personalize voicemail messages for particular contacts. I only have 4-5 people who leave voicemails for me these days, but I'm having so much fun with my messages to them that I will probably write a post about it. Consider the possibilities--They're endless! [I still keep my normal cell number; I've just switched from my cell provider's voicemail service to Google Voice's.]
What are you serving up?