Wednesday, April 29, 2009

Post Of The Day

Today's joint winners are Woman In A Window with Death Where You Least Expect It and Jennifer Harvey with Thread. The other top contenders were Daryl with South Beach; Hilary with B-B-B-Benny And The Jets; Brit Gal Sarah with I Was A Little Freaked Last Night; Dishing With Debbie with Father Desktop Instead; Ngorobob House with Yellow Magic; Charles Gramlich with What I Do For A Living; Another Lifetime with During Storms; Claire with Your Wedding Shoes; House of Lime with Where’s A Good Prefrontal Cortex When You Need One? and Maggie May with Sock Shock. 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:

lynn said...

Thanks David, hope all well with you! I visited South Beach and my, my I'm glad I did. Breath of fresh air and a beach I truly need right now! Sigh................ :)

Maggie May said...

Thanks David, that is mighty kind of you.
Your comment on my post, along with many of the others, made me chuckle! Need a good laugh on a cold, working day! The weather has turned!

Must try & visit some of the others.

clueless said...

if you find a functioning cortex, may i borrow it? ;-)

Ananda girl said...

I love it when I see someone's blog that I know. Lime's place is a great choice.

Kirti said...

Congrats!

Brit' Gal Sarah said...

Thanks David, I woke up sick this morning, so this has cheered me up inbetween potty visits!

Breeze said...

I always find such treasures through your post of the day! Off to read through them. Thank you

Breeze

lime said...

ah, thanks once again for the notice. much appreciated and there is some very fine company in this list.

as for the missing socks? i am convinced they transmogrify into a proliferation of wire hangers.

Jenn Jilks said...

Interesting blogs! Too many blogs, too little time. You've narrowed down the blog jam!

I find much respite in telling our stories. My parent's generation kept silent. Ours shares and learns.

Tessa said...

Uchawi! (which means 'magic' in Swahili.) I'm so pleased you've discovered Janelle and her wild, lyrical and memorable tales of life in Africa.

Jennifer H said...

Thank you, so much. This post was a tough one to write, but important, so it means a lot that you selected it.

Cheffie-Mom said...

Thank you! Thank you! Thank you! I'm off to check out the other great blogs!

Hilary said...

Thanks so very much, David. You always pick such fine posts and I feel so honoured to find one of mine among them. You're a gem!

Daryl said...

Oh thank you ... Den Mom... off to read the others ... being away and catching up is not easy, I dont know how you do it!

Sabenindam said...

Thanks David... Good choices! How do you find the time to read through all of these?

Daryl said...

http://elizabeth-aboutnewyork.blogspot.com/2009/04/long-island-abstract.html

another one worth a long look

The Things We Carried said...

I read several of these and am happy to see them noted! Hilary, Maggie May, and Woman in a Window are stops I love to make every time they post. Now you have given me some new stops, once again!

Charles Gramlich said...

Thanks as well. How very nice of you to recognize my post.

Woman in a Window said...

Thank you David! I wondered who breathed life into that post for me. Always a gift from you.