In the feed and on my 'Hubtivity' it keeps repeating that I have now published 10 Hubs - it's done it about 10 times now! Is this normal?!
No it's not normal to have the notice listed 5 times... but the staffer who did it was really, really, really, really happy that you had written 10 hubs..
Issue with the notification system perhaps. It happens with RSS bot uncle.
Why you said Goddess ? Take it back. say god knows and things will be normal. Amen.
My computer crashes, I'm offline for a while and come back to all this Goddess stuff!
As an 'eclectic pagan' I often refer to the Goddess, didn't think it would cause such a ruckus!
I will never take it back
Goddess bless you
Nice idea, what about me ?
i'll be wasting time selecting the right goddess for the hub. How's that gonna work out ha ?
the "right" goddess?
What are you nuts? GODDESS isn't simply applied to one singular female.....the word is descriptive for ALL women who fall into the category, because of their true beauty.
Then, I say, have fun with it. I'm off to another topic. This one is so far off base it's not even funny. Enjoy!
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