Friday, February 27, 2009

Post Of The Day

Today's winner is Moannie with First Day At School and NoniZamboni with Wordless Wednesday. The other top contenders were Sarah Laurence with Peace Like A River; Kym with Two Months; Away From It All with I’m Old And I Have No Partner In Crime; The Writer's Porch with The Goat Castle Murder; Poetic License with Remember What You Saw; Sandy Carlson with An Eye For You; Merisi with Coffee, Anyone; Anemone with Tid For Mat; Jennifer Harvey with Toward Light; Daryl with Thursday In The Hood; Poutalicious with Random Acts Of Art; Elaine with 126 Front Street and Another Sober Alcoholic with Dream On. 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 ....

17 comments:

introspection said...

That is so awsome that I am probably the first one to comment on your post today. I have yet to visit all the posts of the day for today.
But if you find the time, I would like you to visit my blog "minu's relationship" that I posted today.
thanks.
will be back soon...!!!

French Fancy said...

Well picked as always, David. I loved Moannie's post and will check out the others.

Can I point you in the direction of a very good newish blogger - The Accidental Fan. This story of his - and most of his others - are terrific

http://accidentalfan.blogspot.com/2009/02/why-deny-obvious-child.html

ArneA said...

and the winner is Word-less-wednesday

SandyCarlson said...

Thanks, David! I have visited some of these today, and they are something else. Poetic License's experience in the Holocaust Museum was really, really humbling and stunning.

TheWritersPorch said...

Thank you David! This story has been under my skin for a long time.
I have even considered writing a book about it.
Carol

Fat, frumpy and fifty... said...

Wonderful, just wondeful..
may I nominate

Erin -woman in a window

her last few posts have been sublime ... she really inspires me...after visitng her I wrote a post on Monday (the halls of my yesterday) that recieved some lovely comments about my writing...which was so uplifting.

The chain reaction between bloggers is magical on so many levels!!

FFF x

Sarah Laurence said...

David, thank you! I'm looking forward to reading the other posts.

AirmanMom said...

david...once again I thank you for introducing great blog!
Make it a good weekend!
~AM

Daryl said...

Thank you, dear Den Mom, as always I am touched by your praise and encouragement

skywind said...

Oh, that too deep, I do not look a bit. Okay, I confess, I really can not read at all. I have put around confused. : (

http://eyesinkaleidoscope.blogspot.com/
http://fymtyh.blogspot.com/

Moannie said...

Thank you David, I'm lost for words and that's a first.

I too would seriously reccomend any post of Erin, the 'Woman in a Window.' Her prose seems effortless, painting pictures with a few elegantly coarse, throatclosingly moving words,and funny too.

Tessa said...

What a wonderful collection to browse over the weekend! Thank you, David.

Natasha said...

I got the link to this blog from one of your previous posts.

Nominating this beautiful short story, Abu's Bag

http://slowtumblinglife.blogspot.com/2009/01/bag.html

It's been written in the aftermath of the terrible Bombay Attacks.

It's longish, but read it for the elegant style and the subtle way in which a love story weaves in the situation in India and amongst the people there in between all the terrorism.

Poutalicious said...

I am speechless and very thankful for your kind comment. This snow-woman looked like a snow Goddess to me. We pulled into a parking lot on the Mogollon Rim just to do a driver switch and in the parking lot there she was in all her glory. Like you, I didn't change, add or subtract anything, just snapped the natural picture. I'm learning from you and I appreciate it.

nonizamboni said...

Wow! Thanks for the 'pick' and if its taken me longer than usual to get over here with my thanks its because I'm a lazy blog visitor. Just saw the honor today. Nevertheless, many thanks and I will be back with nominations, etc.
Have a great weekend!

RiverPoet said...

Thanks so much for the mention, David. Always nice to be in such great company....D

Kimberly said...

Thank you, David!