It was through Sage that I became acquainted with each of my sidebar linkees mentioned below.
I was not in the habit of reading any blogs until May of this year when I first started blogging, myself. At that time I was looking around to see how other people use their blogs. During the course of my search, I followed the link on my Profile to other bloggers with an interest in Mining History. It was our mutual interest in mining history that led me to Sage’s blog. I consider that to be one of the truly great things that happened to me in 2006.
Get on over there and check out his latest offering. Whatever it is, you will enjoy it.
When you head on over to Sage’s place you might very well find the linkees below, as that is where I met them and learned to appreciate them.
Tim’s blog, Ramblings, is a pleasure to visit. When you visit Tim’s blog you can almost smell the cornbread baking and hear the sounds of family and laughing brook. He shares beautiful pictures of his family, nature walks, wildlife and church events (Tim is Mennonite). When you visit, take your time and wonder back through his archives where you can walk the Pennsylvania countryside or ride a water-slide. For me his pictures are a bridge to a quieter place. Did I mention that Tim likes moss and fungi?
While at Sage’s place you will almost certainly run into his #1 stalker M(urf)! M(urf)! just hasn’t been the same since she saw this picture of Sage. M(urf)! really isn’t a stalker — she just pretends to be. Over at M(urf)!’s blog, As I Was Saying, you are likely to find almost anything — from Meat of the Week to what her linkees might smell like. At As I Was Saying there is never a dull moment as M(urf)! spies on neighbors, does Preacher Man reviews, and worries that her fish are spying on her . One more thing that I can say about M(urf)! — she doesn’t have all her socks in the drawer, if you know what I mean, … but she is getting closer.
I also came into contact with Jaded Primadonna through Sage. Jaded blogs over at Windmills of My Mind. With Jaded, like M(urf)!, you never know quite what to expect. It might make you blush, it might make you think, it might make you laugh out loud, but it certainly will not be boring. I enjoy her discussions of the academic world she inhabits. She has posted HERE her favorite Windmills of My Mind blog posts from 2006 so that is a great place to start. If you are interested in Foucault, Boiling Bunnies, or Crawdads in the Campfire go on over and check out her work.
So, . . . go visit Sage, Tim, M(urf)!, and Jaded. You will enjoy the trip.