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Sunday, September 30, 2012

A Blog Harvest

Looking through my blog reading list today, I thought, "Man, what an assortment, it's a bumper crop Sunday." Fitting for the Fall. And so, this blogpost is a cornucopia of  regular bloggers' work, which is today, quite varied and from across the world.

In no particular order:
Carrie's got a wonderfully fun children's story published (there's a link in her post)
http://carrieoncarryingon.blogspot.com/2012/09/hares-and-underwear.html

Sarcastic Test Guy deals with his eldest child behaving like one
http://sarcastictestguy.blogspot.com/2012/09/when-does-child-become-adult.html

bazza continues his London Monopoly board at
http://todiscoverice.blogspot.com/2012/09/london-monopoly-14-fleet-street.html

Elephant's Child posts a riot of Spring flowers
http://myjustsostory.blogspot.com/2012/09/sunday-selections-89.html

On Live Like Dirt, Andrew examines Asian apes
http://livelikedirt.blogspot.com/2012/09/asian-miocene-apes-getting-to-know.html

John's church has a harvest festival at Going Gently
http://disasterfilm.blogspot.com/2012/09/you-couldnt-make-it-up.html

Lawless asks for a dream interpretation
http://mybabyjohn.blogspot.com/2012/09/up-hill-andoops.html

Pearl has a plan to revamp what women hate doing
http://pearl-whyyoulittle.blogspot.com/2012/09/critics-rave-paps-and-pedicure-pub.html

And Betty Bee has so much going on I'll just post her general site
 http://talesfrombettybeetowers.blogspot.com/

Well! That should keep you reading on this last day of September.

I may or may not get back later to post news. I'm so entirely sick of the world that I've taken a break, but the stories are piling up in my inbox and it's time to sort it out. More coffee, maybe something to eat first. Today I'm very aware of how lucky I am to have all these choices. So many have nothing. As my Dad said, "It's not that life's not good, it's that life isn't fair." No, it's not fair. But there are times when it's really bloody good.

4 comments:

mybabyjohn/Delores said...

Great selection..thanks for the shout.
No life isn't fair, no one told us it would be, but sometimes it is so good it is almost unbearable.

The Elephant's Child said...

Echoing mybabyjohn/Delores. We were taught that an magazing which published only good news was started up in the fifties, and folded after two issues because no-one was interested. So much of the news is so ugly at the moment that I think I would like some good news to counterbalance it. General good news, not personal happiness (good as that is).

Susan Flett Swiderski said...

Wow, this is quite a list of interesting tidbits. Thanks. And your dad was right. Life isn't fair, but it's the best thing we've got.

CarrieBoo said...

Awww, thanks, Laura! XX

Glad you reminded me about Andrew's blog. There's a couple I need to put back on my list as I just forget to check if it's not on there.

I often wished we had a paper expressly for good news! We need things to balance it out. Or I do.

A Greg interview... I will have to squeeze that in when I can! :)