I started this blog to share some of the things we love to do with our family as well as to share some of the ideas that we have tried to implement in our own lives. I was inspired by the title of this post and wanted to include captions of the things we love to do as well as the things we have tried to implement in our own lives.
I’m not a huge fan of anything that has to be written in words, so I thought it would be nice to have a bit more background information on each of those things we love to do. We’ve mentioned some of our favorites before, such as cooking, reading, and playing the newest games, but we’ve also included a few new things, like playing board games, watching movies, and listening to music.
The captions are here to help us remember and remember to remember, because we want to tell the world about the things we love to do. Im not saying that our posts should contain all of this, but it would be nice if we could add a little more content to our posts than just the things we actually do.
Captions help us remember to remember, and they help us remember to remember to remember, because it can help us remember to remember to remember to remember that we love to do these things, and we love to do these things so much that we’ll stop doing them if we don’t always remember to remember to remember to remember to remember to remember to forget.
Unfortunately, there is no way to make a post without a caption. Because if there were, then we would have a lot of posts that would take up a lot of space without any space to add captions.
To help with that, we put a bunch of captions in our hoco posts. They’re essentially just lines drawn in the middle of a post, like an outline. When we do that, the post is automatically put in bold as a subtitle. That way, when the post is edited, the captions automatically get redrawn so you can see them. However, we only use that method for hoco posts that are not comments.
One of the reasons we chose to use captions for these hoco posts is that they can take up a lot of space on a web page, especially if there are many of them, but we think it’s a great way to get across the fact that our content is an important part of the site without any extra space.
For our hoco posts that are not comments, we use the ‘text only’ method. The text is set in bold and italics, but left empty so that it can be copied and pasted. There is no space to have the text be italicized, for example.
I’m not sure if we like the “text only” method because it’s a bit of a fussy way to do things, but we like the way it works for the hoco posts because it allows for copy and paste because the text is set in bold and italics. It also means that it’s not a big deal to have the text to be set in bold and italics when we use links to the hoco post in the caption.
Because the site itself has no caption, it’s just a single line of text that can be copied and pasted and added to the hoco post. The only real downside is that it can be hard to remember to make the change. We found this problem to be particularly pronounced when we had to make a change in a hoco post that had been copied and pasted from another source.