This is the same class where I got a 56% on my last quiz.
Not sure how that can be when the ONLY thing she's shown up for has been to the rehearsal dinner and she was FIVE hourse late. She didn't even show up to the rehearsal dinner.
I'm working at a new job now...I don't think I posted about that.
My new manager just asked how my weekend was. I haven't had someone ask how my weekend was in 3.5 years. How nice. :)
I was going to make that a facebook post, but I don't want to make my nasty ex-coworkers jealous because I have a nice boss.
Adding Images with HTML
You can use HTML to add images to your entries, profile, or comments. When using the Post an Entry page, you may need to click the HTML tab before you can use the examples given here. In all of the following examples, replace http://www.example.com/image.jpg with the actual URL of the image and replace title or description with the title or description of your choice (which will appear when the image cannot be loaded, or for users using screen-reading software):
<img src="http://www.example.com/image.jpg" alt="title or description" />You can specify the image's size by replacing y with the image height in pixels from top to bottom, and x with the image width in pixels from right to left:
<img src="http://www.example.com/image.jpg" alt="title or description" height="y" width="x" />If you want to shrink or enlarge the image, use percentages or different numbers than the actual size. Make sure to replace 75% with your numbers or percentages:
<img src="http://www.example.com/image.jpg" alt="title or description" height="75%" width="75%" />
I want to post my shoes in a post in the wedding community, but I don't see how to post a picture in the comments.
Here's the first prize winning group!
JTW and I are engaged!!! Here's a pic of the ring...story to follow. I've got to go study.
Hehe, Yaaay!! I submitted a picture of Lucy to the boston terrier LJ community for their annual calendar and she won for September. So, I now present to you Miss September: