Updated: For the last two weeks of compiling this list, I feared that I would leave someone off and it happened this week. My apologies to Beth for forgetting to add her link! Here it is:
Beth, speaking of a big carnival site and her own Carnival, says, "And here is the site they go to in order to participate-they enter their information, post, blog url, blog title, post title, trackback, I get an email-post to my blog, so you see how it goes, one big circle. Another way of getting traffic to all the blogs in the blogroll.
This is the link where they submit the info. The Stupid People Carnival should already be highlighted, if not this is the one they choose. Once I post the actual submissions, I ping his site and it all goes from there."
Please don't forget to link to the Carnival whether you are in it or not.
What happens when the characters you create for a novel e-mail you in real life? Suspense author Brandilyn Collins tells how it happened to her--twice. (Part 1 of story)
Tabz at Stupid People Shouldn't Breed, writes a letter to her future self about how to avoid stupidity in the upcoming days.
Lisa at Lil’ Duck Duck wishes for sleep and a new keyboard in this account of her day with the little one.
Kellie over at Mrs. Egg and Her Little Chickies comes clean about her obsession with Home Depot.
Kailani of The Pink Diary submitted a post entitled, Hit By Flying Poop. It's about what happens when you don't do a diaper change fast enough!
HolyMama recalls a flawed, but unforgettable ballet performance.
Beth was given freedom from wondering if her deceased Grandmother would have been proud of her by discovering she had struggled with many of the same things in her life too. No longer was she the perfect saint, she was real, she was human, she was wonderful!
Regina Clare Jane ponders the parallel universe, in which going home and growing up don't necessarily mean the same thing.
Malissa at Malissa's Merry-go-round tackles the challenges of summer in Pool Problems.
Tess is reminded of God’s design in a … paperclip?
Comic Mummy finds blockbuster potential in a morning from hell.
Polly at Life is a Buffet tells us it's time to get out of our comfort zone and get wet. Caution: You'll need an umbrella!
In Dreaming What Ifs... Karmyn R discovers that being an adult can have its advantages - especially while driving the Gorge in the Spring.
Shna of Shna's Crazed Rantings says: "This post just about sums up all my doubts in one nice little self loathing package. Now don't run away screaming just yet, its all in good fun :) This post actually tells a lot about me, it all depends on whether you read it with a positive or negative spin. Hint - read it with a smile on your face, that's how I wrote it :)"
Biker Betty's motorcycle adventure in a Moonlight Run. Betty's a female who loves to ride her own motorcycle and share the fun with others.
Christina bids a sad farewell to her beloved husband as he embarks on his first-ever truck driving odyssey.
Memes circulate throughtout the blogosphere and are a fun and interesting way to get to know people. Catez has posted the best meme ever! You really don't want to miss out on this one - of all the memes that go round this one is very different.
Jennifer, Snapshot looks at how friends impact who she is (becoming).
Maritzia talks about her connection, or disconnection as it were, with the feminine aspects of the divine.
Margalit talks about how your private information, such as your social security number and your mother's maiden name are not only not private, but are available online for anyone willing to search for them through public records at your county courthouse.
Kristied over from Just Venting has something to say about tipping when you go out to eat. Ever wonder what the servers in your favorite restaurants have to deal with everyday? Well, here are some tips and just general information that may make yours and the servers night that much better. And yes, it was after a bad day at work.
The Divas suggest the Dixie Chicks get some remedial American history education.
Suzy says this of her post entitled, Gifts from God, "I wrote it when my son was sick, and I realised how lucky I was that all he had was a tummy bug."
Father's Day is a day to honor our earthly fathers - although we should honor them all 365 days of the year. Iris at Sting my Heart remembers her father and what he meant to her in her entry "Different Thankful Thursday - A Tribute"
Ethel shares special moments with her dad with her readers in a Father's Day post.
Michele of Life Under the Sun looks at the Beautitudes.