Wednesday, March 26, 2008

New Friends!

I'd like to welcome a few new friends to the blogroll (I don't know how to make it roll, so let's just say it rocks!)

Kenju's blog Imagine...What I'm Leaving Out. This site radiates with humor, whimsical images and thoughtful posting. I like this lady!

And welcome also to There It Isn't by dancingbear of the UK. I like lots of things about this blog: dancingbear's taste in music, an obvious passion, and not the least of which is the fingerpaint smiley on a turquoise background that adorns his blog. Makes my day every time!

Now I'd like to point you in the direction of the blog Here Still Running and an outstanding post, Invasion And Occupaton, written by johnieb on the date of the five years-long Iraqi war. It was my favorite post of all the anti-war posts of March 19 and there were many excellent ones.

Last but not least is dcup, authoress extraordinaire of the blog Politits. I've actually had this blog listed almost from the beginning, having found her on Little Bang Theory. I really didn't understand blogging at that time and never properly introduced her blog and my fandom. A very funny, razor-sharp witted blog about politics, family life, sexuality and a whole host of other topics. Whatever she is writing about, she always does it with aplomb!

9 comments:

  1. Thank you so much for the link and for the nice comments. I am honored! I will check out the others, as well.

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  2. Nice additions. Dcup and I are great pals.

    And I so love that Johnieb, a very special person indeed.

    Let me check out the others.

    Pagan Sphinx, it is so good to have you here in this blogosphere!

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  3. Thanks for the shout! Love your blog, too.

    Singing Bear ;)
    (but I should change my name soon because a folk singer in the US has ripped it off...I'm torn between Dancing Bear and Laughing Bear at the moment. I can't dance but I do like Randy Newman!)

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  4. kenju - my pleasure...

    franiam - thank you! you're lovely to say so...

    DB: aaaaaaaw...that sucks! Dancing bears always remind me of The Grateful Dead. Not that there's anything wrong with that...tye-dye dancing bears are ok with me! Whatever you decide to do with the blog name, don't change anything else, ok?

    Peace to all,
    the P.S.

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  5. Your taste, as ever, is impeccable.

    Even if that comes across as somewhat self-serving!  ;)

    I'm off to check out your suggestions!

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  6. oh, goodness...now I'm really confused...smiling bear, singing bear,dancing bear...care bear...lol
    I'm seem to be having more than my share of senior moments lately..or maybe it is my share...sorry 'bout that, mate. :-)

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  7. Thank you. I just visited the list of blogs. Thank you.

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  8. Aw, shucks! I'm blushing here! Thank you for your kind words. I love this blogger community and I'm glad you've added your voice to it. I love your blog and mix of subjects.

    Now I'm off to check out your other new friends. Thanks!

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  9. Politits is one of the best blogs I found while working on the blogswarm.

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