life:: sit down, my thank you speech goes on for 6 more pages…

Okey dokey then.  Now that you’re all settled in we shall begin part 2 of my VBA.

The “rules” state I must nominate 15 other blogs to pay the Versatile Blogger Award forward.  Geez, don’t set the bar high or anything VBA creator…no really, I have like 20 billion extra hours in a day to do these kinds of posts all the time…oops, I’m sounding kind of jaded.  Moving on.

Since I don’t keep a blogroll widget any longer of the places I visit, I thought I would share some good reads.

If you are on this list, it means I think you are totally cool.  But it also means that I understand if you’re not the pay-it-forward type when it comes to these things and I totally forgive you.  It doesn’t mean I will love you any less.  That’s how I roll.

Gentle readers:: some of these are new friends (w00t w00t Lawsbian Tribe), and some are not for the faint at heart.  I still HAVE NEVER claimed to be PC.  It’ll be like a treasure hunt…or mine field.

So, in no particular order (teehee…I wrote odor at first.  I also wrote blooger earlier but failed to share.)

*Ahem*

I think all these blogs are worth visiting.  repeatedly. like regularly.  Yes, this also means I blogstalk you and almost never comment.  At least I help your hit counter.  You’re welcome.

 Enter at your own risk. 

 What Not to Crochet 

 You Go Girl! 

 T’s Daily Treasures

The Bloggess

Sew Ritzy~titzy

MeMe Rose

Two Frogs and a Grasshopper

Childhood Relived

Tiny-Ass Apartment

Suz Place

Mommy Wants Vodka

I Miss You When I Blink

RB Squared

Sidewalk Finds

Writings From The City Line

Now go out there and make today ridiculously amazing 🙂

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5 thoughts on “life:: sit down, my thank you speech goes on for 6 more pages…”

  1. Thank you for the kind shout-out! Feel free to blog-stalk me at any time — I welcome it, in fact. I have nothing to offer you in the way of crocheting tips, but I once made a Christmas ornament for my mom by soaking yarn in glue and swirling it inside a Pringles lid. I think she kept it for 25 years until I threw it away when she wasn’t looking. For what it’s worth.

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      1. Aaaah Griswold, the town that calls off school for catastrophic fog. My kid always wishes his principal would be as fear-ridden as the one from Griswold. They need a sign as you enter town:: Snow Day capital of Iowa. 😉 PS – the great yarn tip was so worth it. Full tutorial on Pringle can lid art to follow! Collaboration perhaps? Damn…googled it…it’s been done.

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