Friday, February 22, 2008

Post Of The Day

Today's big prize goes to that wonderful Canadian blogger Vic Grace, for Heads Or Tails. Among the other posts that caught my attention were Jeff B's I Like Mine Toasted; Kathryn's Losing My Marbles; Such Simple Pleasures with How I Came To The Realisation I’m No Longer Young; Sandy Carlson's Inspiration; Dot's Wings; Lynn's Sash Windows; Barn Goddess with Imposter II; Charles Gramlich with Titles Revisited and for some visual comic relief, I had to include Meeyauw's My Lunar Eclipse Picture. Do pay them a visit and leave a comment if you have time.

13 comments:

Sandi McBride said...

Don't think I left anyone out, they were all so good, I don't know which I would have picked, so glad I didn't have to make a choice for an award here!
Sandi

suchsimplepleasures said...

thank you david!!! i'm so honored...seriously!!
xoxo

BarnGoddess said...

Hey! thank you for linking me.

My favorite blogs are ones I have found from someone else's place :)

Im off to read the bounty..

heck w/ vacuuming my carpets!

Kimberly said...

I shall add these to my reading list for while I'm convalescing!

'JoAnn's-Digital-Eyes'NL said...

Hey ,You signed in at Skwywath Friday , But no sky I see here, however its a nice blog.

Watch the DUTCH sky on my blog,
Greetings JoAnn from Holland

Kathryn said...

Thank you!
Great pics again. I like suchsimplepleasures' post too. :)

lynn said...

Thank you so much, David! It was fun to write.

Mima said...

I had time for a browse through a few of your picks today, and as ever, a lovely read, and a nice mix.

Sandy Carlson said...

Thanks again, David! Meeyauw's lunar eclipse made my day. He got an angle nobody else quite captured!

Misty Dawn said...

Vic's post was indeed spectactular!

Jeff B said...

Thanks for the mention. It's always appreciated.

dot said...

Thank you David for mentioning my blog. Also for the mention on the anvil post.

Vic, the Cariboo Ponderer said...

Thank you so much for including my post. I feel especially honored that you do, since it means my writing must be improving. Subject matter is sometimes a problem though.