Sunday, November 20, 2005

Enjoying Blog World

For some time now, I have truly enjoyed reading several new favorite blogs in the last few months. Due to the hurricane it bothers me that there is not enough time in the day to catch up on their previous posts and still visit all my other favorite friends/readers along with people of interest and new visitors. However, I am going to try little by little to keep up and read backwards. (smiling) Bare with me please!! I know I have missed out on some really great posts while I was out-of-pocket.

If you have not checked out Patrick you are missing out. A summary of his profile reads as follows:

I was born in South Africa and became active in the anti-apartheid movement when I was 18. During the following three years I was harassed and jailed so I moved to England where I lived for 8 years. I then came to the USA and lived in San Francisco for 25 years. Two years ago I bought a farm in southwest Oregon where I now live. I regard myself as a classical Lockean liberal. But, since socialists have stolen the word "liberal," I now call myself "libertarian" but am not a member of the Libertarian Party. I registered as a Republican when I became a US citizen in 1987.”

I enjoy reading about his family, politics, views, beliefs, history, past experiences, current events, etc. Also meeting Disa-Mahndisa’s Thoughts over there awhile back….. That has been a pleasure too, looking forward to visiting her blog more often in the near future. Wishing time permitted me to research many of the in-depth debates that are discussed there, I usually just chime in with a comment with my gut feeling at the moment. Patrick publishes often so you will find a range of researched subjects with links to many different sites, sources and pictures. Patrick, I truly enjoy your blog and I hope all will come and visit you.

Oh the subject of other favorite blogs I have to mention Ed Abbey-Recycled Thoughts In Iowa, Ed writes about varies subjects on his life, past, saving money, his views, travels, morals and family views, etc. Congratulations to him and his wife, they are expecting their first baby. He gave all of us permission to shout it out even though their extended family still does not know the exciting news yet. (smiling) He reminds me of my past at times living on a farm growing up and it truly brings back pleasant memories.

Both Patrick and Ed's blogs arouses interest. So if you get time, these sites are definitely worth checking out. I believe you will find what I have..... being enthralled with what they have to share with us ALL.

In the future I hope to feature more of my favorite friends and their blogs. Take care and have a wonderful Sunday!
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