Sunday, August 13, 2006

Carnival of the Blogging Chicks #10

Please don't forget to link to the Carnival on Sunday. I should be posting the Carnival by 12:30 1:00 am tonight.

We won't be having a Carnival next week but if you want to send me a link for the following week, go ahead.

If I forgot your entry, please email me.

Sometimes all you need to do is look up to have something extraordinary in your life. Pamela at The Dust Will Wait shares some pictures and a brief story of her friend Barb.

After last week's entry about how she loves the technical side of blogging, Lindsey over at Suspension of Disbelief received A LOT of questions regarding things that are confusing for many blogging chicks! So this week she's made up a nice, pretty list explaining these technical conundrums!

Amanda explains the name of her blog.

Do you ever feel like the Invisible Woman at your house? Shalee does, and she loves every second of it.

Finding Time and Creating Balance--Who couldn't use a little more time to do what you love to do and live a life with a lot more balance between work, play, being mommy, wife, friend, and chauffeur? Author and creativity coach Tasra Dawson offers three solutions that can give you more time to do what you love!

Rach at Dutch Femka spends time doing her favourite summer past time that reaps many tantilizing creations albeit not without some consequences.

Suzy says of her post, "I think know all things that Christ would want of me, without knowing all the facts. I'm learning all the time that what I believe and what is truth in God are two totally different things. Amazing how that works, isn't it?"

WARNING!!! Sentimentality ahead at Of Making Many Books! Rebecca tells of what happened Nine Years ago, Today.

From Lisa of Lil'Duck Duck, "The Continuing Adventures of a Toddler and his Duck"

According to CyberCelt, there is a prehistoric canyon in the Texas Hill Country...

Kristied over at Just Venting talks about a fun summer day with her son and his father. Nothing better than a tuckered out kiddo and some good fun!

Toilet paper can be serious business, especially when one's, er...system is...uh, overactive. Carol and her family appreciate this humble product from the bottom of their bottoms in She's Just Charmin(g).

Jeanne at At A Hen's Pace connects country music and her husband's midlife crisis.

Anna says of her post, "Our family loves my son's friend, Jake, to pieces despite his unusual genetic defect. Jake's good, but he can't top us."

Robin at PENSIEVE was surprised this post received so many comments. She confessed that since the last week before school didn't leave much time for writing, she's submitting it for the Carnival, hoping to hear any perspectives by Chicks who haven't already given their two cents. She also wrote a follow-up to the original post that completes the thought.

Maritzia talks about her mom and watershed moments in her life.

Debbie is taking a road trip. This is not an ordinary road trip; it is a bloggers road trip! We will visit some of my favorite blogs that I visit often. So get on board with me as I head out into the Blog-O-Sphere!All Aboard!

Janice from 5 Minutes for Mom has mixed emotions as she watches her four year old son Growing Up.

Polly at Life is a Buffet shows us how small the enemy is and how big our God is with "Itsy Bitsy Spider."

Do you envy how easy it is for kids to make friends? Jennifer, at Snapshot takes a look at Friendship in her post this week.

Michele of Life Under the Sun reviews Comeback, a book by Claire and Mia Fontaine.

Loni shares games children are playing that they are dying from, including the game that killed her 16 year old son.

Kailani of The Pink Diary asks "Who Needs Sleep Anyway?"

Melissa at Making Things Up deals with the excitement and terror of a missing blog (the whole thing, gone. No posts! No formatting! It was ugly).

Beth examines what it means to be friend when one of her good friends is recently hurt by another. What a gift friendship can be when treated with care!

Fivetimemom says of her post "Do you know anyone who feels as though the world owes them something? If so they may have victimitis virus."

Malissa invites you to peek inside her 5 year old son's nature
. Sunflowers are the topic this week.

Cathy looks at how her view of the world has changed since 9/11/01.

Catez reflects on coke shooting out of nostrils, sieving gnats, friendship, and what enjoyment means online and offline.

Dogfaceboy is spoiled, if not altogether ruined.

Heather's post "How I learned to stop worrying and love the south"