WP Weekly ~ Life Imitates Art [43/365]

“Life imitates art far more than art imitates Life.”

— Oscar Wilde

This picture was the first one I came to think about, when I saw this week’s challenge from WordPress.  It’s posted merely as a joke — a tongue-in-cheek kind of thing; Me singing a duet with a frog in Quebec City 2006.

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14 Replies to “WP Weekly ~ Life Imitates Art [43/365]”

  1. Lovely! It’s great how you managed to find just what the challenge suggested!

    What creeps me out that I blogged about exactly this topic today – and I didn’t see it was a Daily Post prompt! I must be a psychic.

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      1. I still can’t wrap my head around it how come that I came up with the exact same idea as WordPress before them. I got the idea and executed it long before the challenge was posted, though I can’t prove that I’m psychotic because I actually blogged it only later 😉

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  2. cute picture. I can just see you doing that. I have figured out how I can leave comments. Instead of clicking on the post, I click on your avatar which brings me to home page of blog and THEN I can comment. every other way does not bring up the comment option. is that weird or what? But at least I have found a work around.

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    1. Where are you when you ‘click on the post’? WordPress Reader? In that case, it makes sense … I have blogs too, in my Reader, that are outside the WP ecosystem, and I have to bring them up in a new tab somehow …

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  3. Soundtrack? First thing that popped into my head…
    Kermit The Frog: “It ain’t easy bein’ green”
    Great pic Bekah!: )

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