I'm posting this a lot later than I usually do (it's almost 9AM here, Saturday morning) but better late than never, right? For some reason insomnia didn't come calling and I actually slept through the night last night. Hallelujah! Will wonders never cease?
On to some of the week's blogs and posts that I read.
Letting one's guard down and feeling at ease is one thing, but forgetting one's manners is another. Other people's inconsiderate behavior, rudeness--these are some of the things that get Aileen's goat when she goes to the movies.
Mimi Lenox has a weekly competition called Saturday Comeback Challenge over at Dating Profile of the Day. The dating ads are funny, but the comebacks that bloggers send in are even more so! Congratulations to Frank for winning this week's round.
Scott challenged his readers to Google their childhood home and write five entries relating about the results. Well, since Googling my address didn't come up with anything useful, I used Google Earth instead. I must say, it's been fun reminiscing. Still thinking about what I can share with you guys in the remaining four posts. Try Scott's meme yourself, and let me know. I'd love to read what Google Earth or Google Maps images inspired you to write.
Wendz has a fantastic post over at A Baguette on My Table: an audio meme! It's so nice to put a voice to the face and the writing--and what a lovely voice and accent it turned out to be, too. Plus, the way her little boy kept interrupting her was just so sweet.
Speaking of little boys, Sanni's Thursday 13 post just made me go "awwwww." She made a calendar featuring photos of her baby angel, Luis. That Sanni is one talented, determined gal. And beautiful, too!
I was moved by fellow Filipino blogger Migs' post about his sister, who celebrated her birthday recently. This young man sure is one kickass talented writer. His sister is fortunate to have such a brother (and vice-versa!).
We're all fortunate to have good, loyal friends, but does this loyalty have limitations? Should it have limitations? The sage dragon who also goes by the name Kiyotoe wrote about what loyalty among friends means to him, what he does or how far he's willing to go to show that his friends have his back.
And that's it for today. My broadband's back, but it still isn't as fast as it usually is; they say the connection will probably normalize by the end of the month. I sure hope so. *sigh*
Happy weekend everybody! Cheers!