Wednesday, April 30, 2008

Post Of The Day

Today we have a triple tie for first spot. The winners are Sandy Carlson with Acceptance And Rejection: Two Sides of the Same Coin; Mama Geek with Raindrop Reflections and Carolyn with On Making Babies and how to Talk To God. The other contenders were Mother’s Pride with Hair To Dye For; Maggie May with My Mother; Us in France with Watch Your Ps and Qs; Crystal Jigsaw with Between The Lines; Crazy Cath with It Was Worth Every Bit Of It and Sue Nicholson with Long. Do pay them a visit and leave a comment if you have time.

You can nominate a post too. Just leave a comment here with the URL or link - and tell us the name of the blogger you are nominating. Righty-o, then, it's over to you ....

19 comments:

Sandy Kessler said...

Karoline in the morning ,I see its changed to invited guests and I guess I'm not one- Thanks for caring David..Some beauty is hard to lose..

Also I'vew found some wondrous blogs with this daily nomination love it

Maggie May said...

Many thanks, David!
I also have found some really good blogs!

Juxtabook said...

Can I nominate this post from Cornflower please? It is a great mix of contrasts: shoes and books, Europe and Africa. And lovely pink photos! http://cornflower.typepad.com/domestic_arts_blog/2008/04/pink-shoes-and.html

SandyCarlson said...

Thanks for including me in this one, David! I do appreciate the good will and quality work you do on your blog. AND I appreciate all you highlight. I've met some great bloggers, thanks to you. God bless.

Blog Princess G said...

Hi David,

I nominate Mrs. G's "Children" post at Derwad Manor. It's moving and so funny at the same time. Not your every-day baby-post. And I'm childless, so it takes a great post to draw me in.

http://derfwadmanor.blogspot.com/2008/04/children.html

Sandi McBride said...

Okay, just finished up reading your "picks" and I have to say, well done...then I was catching up with the Regulars (my faves) and spent a few minutes gasping for breath after reading Jamie Dawns (http://jamiesmindlessblather.blogspot.com/) latest...Living in Arkansas Pro and Con...we all know where this is leading...I NOMINATE JAMIE DAWN because she warmed up a pretty cold morning for May 2nd in South Carolina (39degrees)...
Sandi

CrazyCath said...

Some one left a comment on my post saying David sent them .. and I'm like what?
Thank you so much once again for the recognition and acknowledgement.
You make every bit of it worth it - without your regular visits, encouragement and recommendation I would not have met anywhere near as many friends, or had as much fun. I simply cannot find any other way of saying it - and I know I am repetitive - but thank you; so much - really.

I've seen some of the others already - quality stuff again (I am so flattered!) and I'm off now to those I haven't seen.

Maggie May said...

I'd like to nominate some one who has made me really laugh. She speaks with an accent & hope you people living across the waters will understand. She has a great sense of humour!

TWADDLE everyday rubbish

Bart said...

Once again, I recommend myself. But only because I lay it on the line like I never have before.

http://www.bartraeke.com/2008/04/mom.html

Crystal Jigsaw said...

Thank you, David. I haven't been able to catch up with blogs for a few days due my sister being here. Lots of great posts to read yet again.

Best wishes, Crystal xx

Carolyn said...

Thank you ever-so-much for the recognition David! Your support and encouragement means the world to me. Because of you I've met many wonderful bloggers and made many lovely friends (you included!)

Hope you're having a wonderful day.

lime said...

between you and carolyn i am dying for a macro lens!!!!

the winner of the day has captured me with her image of a sake cup being rescued from a garbage heap

A.Bananna said...

great picks again! :) I look forward to these each week! I love seeing new blogs!

Dedee said...

I went to visit Kim of Temporary Insanity fame and while I was there I read your book.

Well done. I enjoyed it. I wish I could visualize it a bit more. It's so far out of my experience. Some day I'll visit those places and then I'll re-read it.

Sue Nicholson said...

Hi David :-)

Well, what a surprise, thank you so much for your link to my post.

LOL at your comment re the French cities . . . clever play on words.

Before I go, I did read the post above. I believe a camera in hand most certainly helps you to see and appreciate more of the world around you.

I aim to do the daily HS:MS photo prompt and over the past nine months I have really started to see around me in it's full glory.

I have encouraged my daughter, who is 13, to take photos too and I can see a change in the way she looks around her at the world :-) Unfortunately my son would rather play on the Xbox :-( Ah, well!

Thanks again . . . Sue

Debra in France said...

Hi David, Thank you so much for the nomination, and for visiting my blog. I have had some lovely comments from other bloggers, and look forward to reading their blogs. Have a g'day, Debra xx

MamaGeek said...

Thanks for sending 'your people' and my little old way and of course for the link love. Made my day David!

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