Monday, December 15, 2014

Sea Cucumbers

It's the week before Winter Break. I should be at home sleeping. Everyday. Of. The. Week.

Instead, I'm up writing presentations about Sea Cucumbers. It's been quite a long day. And in the end, all I've learned is that Sea Cucumber fishing in Seychelles used to be a problem because sustainability was a concern, and that it is very important to learn about in school. Such arbitrary things to learn at school, yet I have to waste my brain cells on weird sea creatures somewhere in the Indian Ocean.

Why can't I spend this week lounging about in my pajamas and looking at pictures of unicorns?


  1. Gah, why don't I ever get to learn about sea cucumbers in school?

    Anyway, I'm sorry for the delay in answering you, but thanks for adding one of our link buttons :) If you still want to learn how to make your own, here is a very quick tutorial:

    - Go to MS Paint and design your button. Alternatively, you can use the editing tools on Photobucket (just upload one of our TBC link buttons and paint your own design over it!). Really, any image editing place will do.

    - I recommend Photobucket because it gives you a HTML code for your button. Go to your blog and start a new post. You will see in the top lefthand corner of your post that you can choose "compose" or "HTML". Choose HTML.

    - Paste your button's code in. Then, you should get the code for the box: . Paste your button's code in there as well.

    - Change back to "compose" and post so your readers will know you have a link button!

    Thanks for your interest :)

    1. Thank you so much!! I'll have to give that a try!