Aisby has had to take a short respite from blogging to finish school work. And she's done it! I'm glad to read her posts again.
A huge welcome back, too, to Prometheus, the Man Whose Moving (Middle) Finger Writes. This guy is one of my earliest and bestest blog buddies. His posts are witty, funny, and smart! Sometimes, people like him will inspire admiration or stir up jealousy. He's done both.
Wendz has a wonderful post about living. Not existing. Living.
Romance is in the air! Itisha's post about just how much she loves her husband had me in stitches and going "awwwww" in the end. It's full of little hearts. :-)
What is it about the moon that's affecting some bloggers these days? *ahem* H's post about the (possible) burgeoning of a long-distance romance had me all thrilled and giggly. The moon makes a cameo appearance in this sigh-inspiring post. Some men scratch their heads in puzzlement at the thought of grown women getting all "wiggly and giggly" like teenagers over something. Guys, just accept it.
Julia Scissor talks about stars and the moon in a very enlightening post. Learning a bit about Indian lore is very interesting. For instance, I was tickled pink to know that in Indian mythology, the moon is a lecherous, philandering male! That kind of moon isn't too romantic, I guess.
Insidious advertising and marketing campaigns. They mess with our minds and our wallets. Michael C's post about cookie-scented bus stops is alluring, though. (But his next post about farting in airplanes isn't. Haha!)
Many of you follow blog post themes during certain days. Bond puts a nice twist to Wordless Wednesdays over at the Big Leather Couch. He puts up a tune and readers try to guess the name of the song, the name of the band, the names of the band members, and the name of the album on which the song appeared. I've had no success so far.
Sanni, who lives in Germany, is a kindred spirit in terms of loving coffee. It's always nice to read about what she's up to over there, her quirks, and to look at the pictures she posts regularly. Her Homer Simpson quotes are good for a laugh, too!
Sidney has a black & white photo series showing scenes in public school classrooms here in the Philippines. I like the way Sidney showcases what he sees and experiences in my country: they're not always pretty, but his photos draw me in.
Yaxlich was troubled over something he came across at the BBC website: an implication that there's such a thing as an international standard when it comes to
I won't be able to go online much this weekend; I'll catch up on all your blogs next week. Have fun, everyone!