I know I am posting this a little early for "20 Comments Wednesday" I haven't made my comments yet, just like to get the list ready and then it makes it a lot easier to travel around and visit blogs. I am not finished my list. Do you want me to link your blog here? And make a comment? And write a ditty about your blog?
If so, leave me a comment here and i shall work you in...even if it goes higher than 20.
#1The Chronicle of Wasted TimeI love this guys blog. I've been following it for a number of months and he can do wrong. And check out the books he has read in the last two years. I am humbled. He is thoughtful, meditative, intelligent without being prissy. A true achievemnt. He should be President!
#2BarnesA sweet pensive man who likes his beer and his special trips out for dinner with the wifey. He hates cats and that is super funny.
#3New York Art Gallery This just a reminder. I've pointed this guy out before but the discussions on his blog are outstanding. If you like art, or hate it, or want to know more about the ideas of artists and the museums and artists, this is an incredible place to start. then come back to me baby.
#4Pim's Place This woman is hardcore and about to be a mom for the first time. Go give her some sugar.
#5History of MagicThis might seem a little different for me, but in fact, I am very interested in the history of magic and kaballah and the Hermetic Tradition. I believe these modern traditions(modern since farming) reveal a pagan world of science and astronomy. I have used the web site here but she just started a blog, and I am pretty excited to see how it develops and what kind of response she gets. If you feel a little magic, or desire a little magic, and who deosn't go check her blog out!
#6Graham Powell Musician, photographer, coffee lover. Fantastic photos of Niagara Falls, and touring with Jann Arden. We seem to drink at the same coffee joint. Mercury Organic Coffee Bar.
#7Felix I have participated in two online book clubs for almost ten years, and I forgot Felix has a blog. We met at #8Constant Reader Constant Reader is an amazing expereince. We nominate several Classic novels and several Contemporary novels a year, vote on them and then read and discuss. Sometimes life gets in the way, but I have read and been turned on to so many incredible books through this terrific group of folks. sometimes we have quite ehated discussions or lively themes and movie reviews but always with the passion for our book reading. If you ever thought you had the time I can't be more enthusiastic. Once a year some particpants get together and have a conference. I have never made it yet, but have met several people when traveling or they are in my town.
#9A Blog About Nowt
#11Nothing To See Here Overworm had a baby girl. Congratualtions!!! I bet we would all go over there and congratualte him....if HE HAD A COMMENTS function on his blog. I love him anyways! And I had no idea until this past week or so that he threw papers. How cool is that. He is the second adult I have met, and both online too, that delivers newspapers. A cool way to make a living I think. He has a new baby and probably the last thing he has time to do is ACTIVATE HIS COMMENTS FUNCTION. Someday....well, we can dream...
#12The Healing Room A lifelong friend, The Healing Room, talks about her horses, her journey into spiritual adventures, she has been to meditate with a famous shaman, kids, gardens, nature. A site with images much like Real Simple magazine...so serene and thoughtful, yet all west coasty too.
#13In Search of Shamash Haven't been here yet, will do!
#14Wandering coyote Today she writes: "I have at lot of time on my hands. I am pondering many things: the meaning of my life, why I am alive to begin with, why wasn't I born someone else, why does the universe spit me out places I really don't want to be?" All good questins, which I believe are a gift to be able to even ask...
#15Goddess IN The City A write relocated to Brooklyn with her family, she is always thoughtful, funny and taking risks. I like to live through her New York transitions vacariously.
#16 A Day In My Moccassins I like the name of this blog. She is in India, and posted a comment here, so I included her. Haven't been here yet, will this afternoon.
#17Butt Sniffing Puppy A writer who slowly reveals a character with poetry. Half formed, half savant. We love you Pups!
#18The Daily Arse Written by a British roofer who goes by the name The Editor. Often very funny anecdotes about his work. One of my best freinds is a roofer so hear hear for roofers!
For now, that is it...see how it goes by midnight tonight...I am going to be a little slowing making comments today as I have a lot of errands. Picking up college application for my daughter (who is too busy to do it right today for night school forensics courses, don't ask), doing some of my own paperwork, and trying to nab an interview with a curator in local museum. wish me luck...