Wednesday, April 08, 2009

Post Of The Day

Today's joint winners are Anna-Lys with Of Course It Hurts and Kirti with Wealthy. The other top contenders were Corey with A Fun Football Find; Mug Of Strong Tea with Tea And Fruitcake With Lord Byron; Martha with West Central California; Crystal Jigsaw with Gold Band; Muthering Heights with Feathering The Nest; Steenky Bee with Time And Water Conservation Are Not On My Side; Woman In A Window with Whatever Floats Your Boat; Louise with Tent Rocks Part 3. 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 ....

15 comments:

alok said...

david mcmohan was a journalist of sunday cacutta.he was the auihor of the article on my science club projects ,such as wealth from waste,at don bosco school and some other schools of calcutta.i am doing certain research and development works in cultuaral and scientific fields.i want to contact david mcmohan to exchange ideas with him.

david mcmahon said...

Hi Alok,

Just leave me a comment here with your email address and I'll definitely be in touch.

Cheers

David

Crystal Jigsaw said...

Thank you, David. An honour, as always.

CJ xx

ANNA-LYS said...

Thank You very much David, indeed.
I had no idea, but someone whispered in my ear, today. Thank You again!
I am honoured!

Johnnny said...

Hi David: Regarding possible auto-nominations for POTD... My wife and I recently wrote another add-on poem about the spring flooding in our area:
{Big Deal}
Also, I thought you might like to give my new caption contest a shot:
{Caption Contest}

Brooklyn and Kelly said...

Thanks for stopping by my blog. I have been looking around your blog a bit, you have some AMAZING photos!

Johnnny said...

Sir David: I love your trio of captions for my April Caption Contest. Everyone's a winner.

For your Julius Pleaser post, my comment was a poemagraph (poem in paragraph form).
{Roman Joke Book}

If you're ever in the Fargo area, stop by for a cup of coffee, where we're now awaiting a second flood crest, or as I call it: Crest's Second Coming!
{Fargo Flood}

Phil Lowe said...

Thanks a lot David for the mention. I have just put my 100th blog post on my site. This time about my experience of Chinese takeaways in my home town/city of Derby (UK) to the present day.

Thanks too for saying that you like my style, that means a lot to me as I am wanting to work as a food writer (with humour and travel as hors d'oeuveres or at the very least - side dishes)

Kirti said...

Thank you so much! You are so kind and I so appreciate this...I was beginning to wonder if I am a decent enough writer to have my own blog and you have really helped my confidence! I can't thank you enough...=)

Muthering Heights said...

LOL, thanks for the link! I feel a bit more validated in my craziness! :)

steenky bee said...

I'm so honored. I don't even a speech prepared. I do, however, have my formal on and my hair in an updo. Thanks so much for the linky-love!

Corey~living and loving said...

Thanks so much for the mention. I feel so lucky to have a visit from you now and again, and to have visitors sent my way.

Woman in a Window said...

Thanks David. Sweet memories to me.

Ivelen said...

Thank you Mr. McMahon for yet another wonderful PotD. With these postings I learn so much and discover so many wonderful blogs and people. By the time I'm done reading their post of the day, I'll have started following them!

These highlighted blogs mean a lot to me, they aren't just some random person's musings that are entertaining. They're a gateway to knowledge, a special kind of education that I can't find on any college campus.

Thank you for leading me to that gateway.

Ivelen

A Woman Of No Importance said...

Michelle at Raw Cool Is The New Black - Today was just fabulous, David - I hope you like it... http://rawcool46.blogspot.com/2009/04/mad-world.html?disqus_reply=8017886#dsq-alerts