Aloha Friday & Friday Follow

writing prompts, blogging prompts

Here is how Aloha Friday works from Kailani's blog An Island Life:

In Hawaii, Aloha Friday is the day that we take it easy and look forward to the weekend. So I thought that on Fridays I would take it easy on posting, too. Therefore, I’ll ask a simple question for you to answer. Nothing that requires a lengthy response.

It's been HOT, HOT, HOT here in Maryland! I have hibernated indoors pretty much all week and am starting to get stir crazy.

My Question for You This Week: What do you do when it's too hot to go outside?

Welcome to the 7th Friday Follow hosted by our awesome hostesses, Crayon Wrangler from Coloring Outside the Lines, Christy from Aunt Crazy’s Here Y’ALL, and Danielle from A Peek Inside. Thank you ladies for being willing to host! Please stop by and see these awesome ladies.

Here's how YOU can join:

*Link up your blog name and URL in the McLinky at Friday Follow.

*Grab the Friday Follow button and include on your Friday Follow blog post.

*Follow Friday-Follow.com so you can see the current things going on. If you haven’t check out the website yet, please do so.

*Follow the Friday Follow hostesses listed in the first 3 slots.

*Follow as many other blogs on the linky as you’d like.

*Take a moment to comment on the blogs telling them you’re from Friday Follow.

If you are follower, please leave a comment below with your blog link so I can follow you. 

Happy Friday!

2 comments on "Aloha Friday & Friday Follow"
  1. We often play Wii or watch movies. It's hot today and my 8 yr old has a friend over and they've turned the living room into a bunker and are having a Nerf war....WAY too loud. I'll have to put the kabash on it soon, lol.

  2. we sit in the air conditioning and do whatever we do in the house :) Watch cartoons or baseball, play with toys, surf the web...



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