Monday, July 13, 2009

Post Of The Day

Today's winner is Lakeviewer with What You Didn't Know. The other top contenders were Willow’s Cottage with Out Of Fiber; Old Tom Wigley with Road Signs; Les Becker with My Mom Is A Biker Chick; Maggie May with The Trying Journey; Easy For Me To Say with One Of Those Days; Cheshire Wife with Eros In A Small World and Rambles From My Chair with Rambling Down Side Tracks. 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 ....

See my photography at Images Sans Frontiers and Red Bubble.

14 comments:

Mama said...

Will take a look at your recommendations, I have just been looking at your photography, your Singapore photos are amazing. happy Monday, Kathy.

cheshire wife said...

Thank you for the nomination. Your support and interest is much appreciated.

AirmanMom said...

david...you never fail to introduce a good read! Thank you!
~AM

Sarah Lulu said...

Rosaria is very deserving of the win.

♥ Braja said...

Good on ya for Lakeviewer/Rosaria...and love Kathleen's humor and spirit on Easy for Me to Say...she's a good one :)

Les Becker said...

Thanks David! My mom'll be near as famous as Ruby at this rate! :-D

Maggie May said...

Many thanks, David. That was an extreme surprise as You hadn't left a comment!
I am well chuffed.

Vodka Mom said...

i love Maggie May. big fan.

Scriptor Senex said...

Gosh- thank you for the nomination. By pure chance I was in the process of writing this for my next posting so can I nominate Mommazilla, please.
"Mommazilla has just created what I reckon is an Award winning posting. Funny, beautiful, exciting, what more could one ask for. All that and free vomit chucked in (if you'll pardon the expression).

http://www.tsblogs.com/cheaperthantherapy/2009/07/redding_a_gastric_adventure.html

Willow said...

Thanks, David! You made my day with the nomination. I'm off to check out others.

lakeviewer said...

David, I'm humbled by your attention. Thank you for the honor, and thank you for giving us opportunities to meet and learn from people we might never have met. If there is a Peace Prize out there for world-connectivity, you get the top honor.

Tom said...

Once again David I thank you for the mention.. it is always an honour to see a link on here that points folk to one of my blogs.. Thank you..

I will be looking into the link you left me concerning my pictures.. Thank you

ellen abbott said...

So David, is it bad form to nominate yourself? It is, isn't it, because, of course, I think I'm terrifically entertaining.

ArneA said...

A great winner today.
I copy my comments to 65whatnow:

Excellent !!!
But what is your definition of getting or being Old.
I am almost 62 and feel Old sometimes, but according to my wife act like late thirties when the blood is pumping in my vessels and we experience new sides of our relationship.

Being terminal sick at the age of 47, but postponed death through Heart and Kidney transplantation, has given the 25% last years of my life something I did not believe was possible. I want to be older.
Life is good and it is great to live.

But there is a point when it is time to throw in the application to stop. When I am not able to take care of myself, or when I only cause problems for my family and the society, I mean my second chance to live has come to a successful completion.
Then my thanks will go to the Donorfamily. Their gift for Life has been fulfilled. It is time to go.