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Tuesday, August 14, 2007

Match Maker, Match Maker

It's been way to long since I last participated in one of Janet's Tell It To Me Tuesday's. This week she is looking for new (to her) blogs to visit.

I'd like you to recommend a few new potential blogging buddy friends to me. The criteria is simple:
1. The blog is an interesting read, humor (sarcasm) and pop culture knowledge being a plus.
2. It's updated frequently or fairly frequently.
3. The author likes to meet new bloggers as much as they like their own blog.

Let's see if I can play match maker here and pick a few that Janet might like.

Michele at House of Lime is continuing her Tuesday series about a cross country bike trip. Her Weird Wednesday posts are always fun. Head over to her place and Lime for awhile.

I hadn't visited the Hillbilly Mansion in quite some time. If Janet wants sarcastic humor from another teacher she'll find it here!

The Educational Tour Marm is a fun visit if you like both history and kids. Check out her Wordless Wednesday and Figure it out Friday posts.

Only Tim at Walking the Berkshires can follow up a post about one of the worst atrocities in history with a picture of a half naked mermaid. His photo caption contests were fun but I was never very good at them. You never know what he will have on his mind but it is always interesting.


  1. aww, thanks so much for the shoutout apple, very kind of you. glad to knwo youare enjoying the bike trip memories and weird wednesday makes you smile. and i have to say i nearly had to wipe away a tear of joy to see you use the word 'lime' as a verb....just like a real trini....*sniff.

  2. I love how these questions are open for interpretation! I didn't expect you to ask the question on MY behalf on YOUR blog, but every little bit helps so I'm grateful all the same. I have made a list to go back to. Now I just have to sift through the blogs recommended to me!

  3. Thanks for the recommendation, Apple. I'll think of you every time I hear Vince Gill sing that 'Apple of My Eye' song on the Fruit of the Loom commercial. It's the least I can do.