Friday, March 13, 2009

Post Of The Day

Today's winner is Poetic License with Losin’ My Religion. The other top contenders were Comfort Spiral with Go For Broke; Deborah Godin with Infinite Worlds; Jinksy with Stitch In Time; House Of Lime With To Whom It May Concern; Kat with Boy Or Girl; Jams O'Donnell with Wet Narcissus; Elizabeth Bradley with In The Shadows; Rose Creek Cottage With Yankee Peddler ... Here We Come; Endangered Coffee With I Am Not Exactly What You Would Call Smooth On My Feet and Tear Stained Reflections With Days That Change Your Life. 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 ....

16 comments:

Sunny said...
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Cath said...

Such fantastic posts again David.

I love how Riverpoet writes - such pain expressed so simply and honestly. And others. All of them are great - love the narcissus too! I can't choose between them. Don't know how you do!

Pinkerbell said...

Oh I'm so glad E has got a nomination for Days that Change your life - I've been to that post already and it really was wonderful and thought provoking.

I'll check out the others when I get a chance.

Cheers!

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

Love Poetic D! Isn't she just the real deal!?

jinksy said...

Thanks again for adding me to your list! Must go and check the others now...

Jay said...

I loved what D had to say in 'Losin' my religion'. I haven't read the others, but I'll go and read them.

You might also want to take a look at Mr Nighttime's 'It's not about religion, it's about violence'. It's well written, and thought-provoking, and I for one had no idea that this kind of thing existing in Judaism. I thought that the Jewish communities greatly respected women.

Here's the link.

RiverPoet said...

David, you're awesome!

Thanks again for recognizing my work :-)

Peace - D

Old Wom Tigley said...

Hello David
Thank you for the mention I got last week.... I am so sorry it as taken me a week to get back to you... Keep up the great work you do here, keep well and of course keep happy.

Your friend
Tom

endangered coffee said...

thanks for the mention, David. I will put you on my blogroll as soon as my 2 year old gets over his meltdown over his mommy going to work. I look forward to checking out all the bloggy goodness you have to offer.
cheers

E said...

David- I've enjoyed your work for a few months now.

Thank you for taking the time to recognize my post. I was so excited when I saw I'd been added to the list!!!!

Thanks Pinkerbell for the shout out too!

:)

® ♫ The Brit ♪ ® said...

Another wonderful selection David!
And so great to see RiverPoet with post of the day! totally deserving, she's wonderful!!

lime said...

thank you kindly for the shout out. i am glad to know it resonated with you and other folks as well.

Pouty Lips said...

Great posts and I agree with your choice for the day's winner.

I don't know of any other way to let you know so I will tell you here and I hope it's okay. It's good news. My boss called me on my day off today to tell me my transfer to another department was approved so I will not be without gainful employment. *sigh of relief*

C. Michael Cox said...

David, I saw you were looking for blog noms. Check out Shoes, Socks, Seams, and "Strings" at

http://shoessocksseamsandstrings.blogspot.com/

I stumbled onto this through a friend's blog. This mom's journey gives new meaning to the little things in life like dressing your kids.

Elizabeth Bradley said...

What a surprise to see my latest story listed here! How sweet of you. And I enjoyed checking out the others listed. What fun. Thank you David.

Carol said...

Great posts, per usual, David. Thank you for recognizing me with this talented group!