Frankie and Slim
Friday, February 05, 2010
DO YOU SEE WHAT I SEE
We are seeing SNOW again! (Most of the previous snow has melted and I don't believe temps will get cold enough for this to stick.) Besides that old worn out story of woe, here are some other things I see on blogs that you might enjoy.
It was an honor a while back to be invited by Monica to post on her blog STRINGS. I failed to make other than a minimal contribution but she has turned it into a delightful place to stop for thoughts on acts of kindness and feeling good. It is a quick and delightful read and you can catch up in no time. She also is the author of Changes In The Wind.
Nancy doesn't have her own blog, but she writes occasionally for THE ELDER STORY TELLING PLACE and today she has a great story that I find in keeping with my recent blog on siblings.
MARILYN'S MONEY is having a nice give-away of a book called WEALTH WATCHERS and you only have to leave her a comment plus add yourself as her follower and then if you mention her post on your blog you will get three more entries. I have followed her for quite a while and she gives many money saving tips, coupons, free products and discounts.
If you are all a follower of 24 you won't want to miss the video Adam of THE JACK SACK made about how Hitler would review Season 8 so far. It is hysterical.
If you are up to an unbelievable number of questions, go to ANOTHER DAY IN PARADISE and see if you can attempt to answer. Wine is recommended before beginning.
If you are a follower of BONNIE'S BLOG you will know how exciting it is to welcome Rossi Jean, Bonnie's new grandaughter.
Do you ever search a blogger's sidebar? Judy of IMAGINE has the most interesting link ANSWER TIPS that we all will want to add to our blogs. I would have missed this if Tabor had not pointed it out.
And, in keeping with the mention of sidebar links, do you have one or more on your blog you would like to share with the rest of us? I try to look at each blogger's sidebar information but I don't do a very good job of it. Tell us what you think we might enjoy.