Today, as it is the last day many of you will be blogging this week I wanted to share some of my favorites blogs and tell you why you might want to stop by. I enjoy many blogs, and everyone over in the list is worth a quick pop through at least, but I am going to concentrate on just 5 (even if you don't get mentioned, you are still loved).
First and foremost, we have Belle of the Brawl. This is a very important time to check out this fun, entertaining, thought-provoking, brawl-encouraging, community-building blog. When you go over there (right now!) you can vote for the best caption in a weekly contest that is featured on the right hand side (vote now!!). Yours truly is currently in the lead in the voting with my tasteful and demure caption for the photo of the week.
Vote now, polling software is standing by!
Offering some limited competition in the caption contest is The Village Idiot. Don't vote for him, my caption is better, but you should stop by his blog this week. He has been quite prolific and offering fabulous pictures of Seattle lately. This is no guarantee of long term quality or quantity, so get it while it's hot folks!
Can't forget to mention SWHAB, where a bunch of us Trivia-Madness-nuts-turned-bloggers all get together and enjoy being utter ridiculous. We enjoy it, hopefully you will too.
I also want you all to share my love for Ambrose Bierce of the Devil's Dictionary.
This love is best shared with Doug and the gang over at the blog called Waking Ambrose. Daily definitions provide opportunities to snicker, snark, or sincerely define, and a story on the weekends as a bonus.
Next we have The Fifth Circle of Cubic Hell.
This is the first blog I visited regularly because it was started by my Trivia Madness pals BS and Thomcat. 5th Circle now features Damasta as well, an amusing addition to the team.
OK, that about wraps this list up, hope you will pop over to a couple of those and don't forget to vote!
Hope your have a good Friday, whether you are thankful or not, and that this weekend you get to spend at least little bit of time doing something you don't hate, with people who don't repulse or anger you.