Friday, October 24, 2008

Post Of The Day

Today's joint winners are Suzanne with Life And Death In The Cornfield and Joan with Farewell To The Queen. The other top contenders were A Mask To Hide Behind with Lean On Me; Green Jello with Wearing Grey-Coloured Glasses; Prairie Daze with Sunny Days Ago; Vic Grace with Heads Or Tails - Wire; Virtual Studio with Drawing Around London; Dishing With Debbie with Thursday Thoughtable; Lew with Signs Of Autumn; Maggie May with Wordless Wednesday; Suldog with The Rather Sad, Rather Uneventful Staycation Part II; B with Date Night and Jeff B with Sounds Like Wall Street. 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.

18 comments:

Maggie May said...

That's a lovely surprise, david. Thank you. several people have told me that it isn't exactly wordless (Wordless Wednesday) but I do have trouble shutting up sometimes. LOL
Much try & visit the others now.

Maggie May said...

That should be David with a capital "D" and MUST not much! Sound a bit drunk! But I'm not!

Absolute Vanilla (and Atyllah) said...

Oh Suzanne and Joan's post were very worthy winners. Wonderful, both of them, and so well told.

Louise said...

This is so exciting! Suzanne's post has been one of my favorites since my early blogging days. (Which are not so long.) It is the post that sticks in my head more than any other I've ever read.

Sandi McBride said...

Well, back from the safari and my sides hurt from either laughing till the dry heaves brought me back or crying like my heart would break...and it actually did for a second in the cornfield...great choices...but as in the line of a song, I've come to expect it from you...
Sandi

CrazyCath said...

Suzanne's "Life and Death in a Cornfield" was nominated in July by some one and I am so glad you picked it again. It is timeless and powerful. As powerful now as it was when I first read and oh! just what I need now. It smells and tastes of hope. Thank you. It is a fantastic post.

As are the others. As always. ;0)

(What is it with verification making words today? On here I have "rosies"!)

Sandi McBride said...

David, me again...wanted to nominate Kari at http://grannyskywalker.blogspot.com/ for her post of "Sarah Palin...tougher than she should ever have to be"... it's thought provoking and backed up by facts not conjecture.
Sandi

imbeingheldhostage said...

wow David. I don't know how you find these, but I am glad you do. That Life and Death in a Cornfield-- wow.

Thank you again!

AirmanMom said...

david...Thank you for taking the time to introduce so many great reads!


~AirmanMom returning to her blog...

Suldog said...

David:

Thank you, as always, for the honors! And this is quite a good bunch to be included in, too!

Cheffie-Mom said...

What a super surprise! Thank you very much! Have a super weekend!

Craver Vii said...

May I recommend Lime's 55 meme called Autumn for a post of the day?

GreenJello said...

I nominate this for post of the year:

Rupert the Artist

joan said...

Oh thank you so much David! I had so many people coming to my site and I didn't know why. Thanks for the mention. Maybe Congress will grant the Delta Queen some kind of historical exemption and allow her to keep sailing.

Vic Grace said...

What a nice surprise, thank you. I don't know how you find the time to read all our offerings.

Bear Naked said...

I second greenjello's nomination of Moannie's post at

http://theviewfromthisend.blogspot.com/2008/10/rupert-pavement-artist.html

Bear((( )))

Jack and Joann said...

I would like to nominate for your next blogoff awards the blog titled Linda Letters. Linda is up in Seattle, Washington and she did a great article on why true patriotic Americans have always paid taxes to the government for services individual Americans couldn't possibly finance and maintain. She wrote it for October 23, 2008. I hope you consider it for a future Sunday award.

http://lindaletters.blogspot.com/

Sincerely,
Joann Shipley

b. said...

Davy Mac! Thanks for the nod!
You're the best!