Yesterday, Wayne (easily the most prolific commenter on my blog) sent some blog love my way. (Thanks Wayne!) I tried to follow this meme back to its source, but ran into a receiver that didn’t seem to link back to the giver and thus I couldn’t follow any further.
I’m supposed to nominate seven other blogs. That might be tough as I don’t read all that many blogs to begin with and many of them are family or friends IRL that I’m not at all sure want their blogs shared that way, but I’ll see what I can do.
Ben is a good friend of mine that writes about a variety of things. Like me, there are occasional long gaps between updates, but I think that’s perfectly OK — when life gets in the way of blogging that’s probably a good thing.
I guess this is really a celebrity blog as it is written by the author of Parenting Beyond Belief. I find it to be a very thought-provoking blog.
This is a “personal finance weblog” that I find to be a very frank self-biographical examination of a young couple’s attempt to manage their finances in such a way as to allow them to retire early (in their 40s, I think).
Another celebrity blog, this one by Daphne Brogdon, that features almost daily 1-minute videos that I usually find hilarious and often quite insightful.
What can I say, David’s writing and drawings are highly entertaining, but you probably already know that.
Dee Anne is one of my second cousins, the only one I know of that blogs (though I have several first cousins that do). I enjoy reading about her garden, her teaching and her opinions about television shows. I hope she isn’t bothered that I’ve linked her here.
Hmm… that’s only six. Close enough, I suppose.
So, here are the rules:
- The winner can put the logo on his/her blog
- Link the person from whom you received your award
- Nominate at least seven other blogs
- Put links of those blogs on yours
- Leave a message on the blogs that you’ve nominated.
As far as I can tell, #5 is not followed very often, and I don’t think I’m going to follow it either. I guess that means I fail as I only completed 60% of the steps.