With everything going on in our country right now, my focus is making sure my kids are safe. I am a mama bear and I will do whatever it takes to keep my family out of harms way. With that being said, keeping everyone safe at every point of the day almost seems like an impossible feat.
I have a couple articles that are centered around protecting your home, and what to do if your city ever has to go under lock down like Boston did last week.
Would you be interested in taking a look at one of them?
Just let me know and I can send it on over for your review.
Hope your [sic] having a great day!
I recently sent over an email in regards to submitting a guest post to you for your approval. Did you get it? If not that is okay! Just let me know if you would like for me to send the article over for your review.
Thank you for your follow-up email reminding me about this one.
I, too, am concerned about keeping my kids safe. I, too, am concerned about protecting my home.
There are threats out there, Laura. I shudder to think of them.
May I ask — are you able to provide a post about protection of family and home from . . . from the most dangerous threat of all?
Thanks for getting back to me. Like you, I shudder thinking about anything harm every coming to my children.
Below is a article that is centered around keeping your kids safe in the city. I think you will like it because it is centered around children and keeping them safe.
If you like it, feel free to post it, and then I have no problem creating another article for your site that will be centered around protecting your family and home from the most dangerous threat of them all.
"3 Solutions for Keeping Your Children Safe in the City"
Let me know what you think, and then we can go from there.
Thank you. Thank you so much.
Yes, indeed, the city is dangerous. But Lauren, there are some threats — some risks — some unspeakable hazards — that are particularly endemic to the suburbs, and the countryside, and the exurbs, and the wildernesses and remote fastnesses, that are not present in the city, in part due to space restrictions and in part due to statist and monstrous zoning restrictions. THANKS, OBAMA!
I refer . . . to ponies.
I'm sorry to just blurt it out like that, but our time is short.
What can you offer me about protecting home and hearth and child against ponies, Lauren?
I've asked others. I've asked again and again and again. I've asked travel guest post spammers (http://www.popehat.com/2013/04/05/town-without-pony/) and personal injury lawyer guest post spammers (http://www.popehat.com/2012/12/17/in-which-a-marketeer-throws-her-clients-under-the-pony/) and advertising spammers (http://www.popehat.com/2012/10/24/ponies-have-entered-the-popehat-ponies-have-entered-the-popehat/) and lawfirm guest post spammers (http://www.popehat.com/2012/10/08/a-dialogue-with-a-guest-post-spammer/) and travel advertisement spammers (http://www.popehat.com/2012/10/05/somewhere-away-from-the-ponies/) and degree-mill guest post spammers (http://www.popehat.com/2012/09/26/ponies-101-introduction-to-ponies/) and auto-insurance guest post spammers (http://www.popehat.com/2012/06/28/your-pony-is-in-good-hands-with-popehat/) and generic guest post spammers (http://www.popehat.com/2012/03/13/like-spam-for-ponies/) and linkspammers (http://www.popehat.com/2011/10/08/just-as-well-im-pretty-sure-im-allergic-to-ponies-anyway/).
Nobody will help me, Lauren. Not one of them. Not one. No matter how much I beg.
Are spammers without mercy, Lauren? Is there something in the dark and pitiless heart of a spammer that WANTS my children to be victimized by ponies? Do you all HOPE to hear my little girl cry piteously "Daddy, daddy, the tiny little hooves, they hurt. Daddy, why does nobody in the online marketing industry care about my pain and terror?"
Tell me if you can, Lauren. My poor little daughter wants to know.
In hopelessness and equine despair,