Monday, October 01, 2007

Post Of The Day

I grew up in Calcutta, where the sound of bagpipes was one of the most evocative sounds. So it's no surprise that today's winner is Allan Cook, with The Pipes Are Calling. Also in the mix are Dan Mega with Moving - It's For The Birds, Diva T with I Will Not Wait, Cuckoo with Twenty20 World Cup, Craver with Jai Hind, Pijush with Who Was My best Childhood Friend and Melissa with Apples And Autumn Go Hand In Hand.

15 comments:

Pijush said...

Thanks David. I am delighted :-)
Today is special day for me. We went live few hours back as planned and its party time. But I am feeling sleepy :-(

david mcmahon said...

Hi Pijush,

Well deserved. Good to know the project has launched successfully.

Keep smiling

David

nzm said...

My mother was born and raised in Calcutta too, before leaving because of Indian Independence.

You would probably have a few stories in common with her and my mad aunts - all of whom were there!

itisthelittlethings said...

Hey David
I was looking for an email to write you and ask a few questions about authoring. Would you drop me a line at my sight when you get a chance?
Thanks!
Marlayna

david mcmahon said...

Hi NZM,

Great to ``meet'' you. I'm sure we have many stories in common.

Do keep in touch.

Keep smiling

David

david mcmahon said...

Hi Marlayna,

Just left a comment for you on your blog with details of how to get in touch.

Keep smiling

David

itisthelittlethings said...

hi david
my email addy is itisthelittlethings@gmail.com

Have a great night!

CHEWY said...

I just discovered Pijush has been making digital art!

The Diva's Thoughts said...

Wow! Thanks for the mention! I appreciate that.

Cuckoo said...

Thanks once again David, to be on the list of 'Post of the Day'. I am delighted.

Allan Cook said...

Always an honour to be selected for a "Post of the Day". Thanks so much, David.

Craver Vii said...

Thank you so much!!

Melissa said...

Thank you so much David to be on here as a link! I feel honored...
Have a great one!

Allan Cook said...

I loved the "apples & autumn" story as well, but couldn't leave a comment there for some reason, so I hope Melissa stops back by here.

I lived on southern Georgian Bay in Ontario's apple-growing heartland for a few years as a child, and fall seems entirely empty without the scent of apples on the cool air.

Thanks for bringing that back with your story!

Dan Mega said...

Wow, thanks David!