Otterday and Open Thread

I have awoken with the urge to blog for the first time in many moons and offer you this otter doing a backflip at Capron Park Zoo in Massachusetts.

a river otter has pushed off from a rocky outcrop to do a backflip into deep water

The otters do back flips over and over | Ben Spark on Flickr (CC BY 2.0)

I don’t know how many of Hoyden’s once-regular readers are still subscribed, but hello to all who are. I have an office job these days which really cuts down on blogging headspace, but I still miss it at times.

I scroll through Twitter on my commutes usually, finding some hashtags more interesting than others and some people useful to follow simply in order to find new people to preemptively block. This month I read more posts on the #itsaccessiblebut hashtag than any other.

In today’s social media news, Facebook founder Zuckerberg doesn’t appear to actually understand “free speech”.

Please feel free to use this thread to natter about anything your heart desires. Is there anything great happening in your life? Anything you want to get off your chest? Reading a great book? Anything in the news that you’d like to discuss? Commiserations, felicitations, temptations, contemplations, speculations?



Categories: Miscellaneous

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2 replies

  1. Hello tigtog! Still here, still paying attention. ❤️

    • Sweet! I got distracted by work this week but have had a lovely morning wandering around Sculpture by the Sea with mimbles.

      Got up really early though so now plan to nap for a while.

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