Sunday, June 24, 2007

Carnival of the Blogging Chicks #42

We will be having a Carnival next week but there will not be a theme. Email me if you want to be in the Carnival and I will try to add you.

LeftCoastOnlooker was thinking about Flag Day last week.

Swampwitch: "Come Celebrate My Birthday with Me"

Diva blogs about when opportunity knocks

Anne: "Why is it all so complicated?"

Southern Girl: "This is my Father's Day tribute to my dad that I posted last Sunday."

Find out the connection between coffee and creativity at Tasra's blog, Lessons from the Scrapbook Page.

: Meditation improves focus and performance.

Gattina blogs about her new identity card.

CyberCelt shares her thoughts on Father's Day on Advertising for Success blog.

T: Blogs about Father's Day.

Malissa asks for prayer for her sister.

Michelle asks the question, “What’s important to you?” as she reflects upon her recent teaching experience that raised public awareness about the consumption of plastic bags in her statistics course.

Saturday, June 23, 2007

We will be having a Carnival tomorrow

Even if we only have one entry!

Sunday, June 17, 2007

Carnival of the Blogging Chicks is canceled

I didn't receive enough entries to have a Carnival this week. If I had remembered that it was Father's Day, I would have canceled it earlier.

Sunday, June 10, 2007

Carnival of the Blogging Chicks #41

If you would like to join the Carnival this week, email me and I'll add your entry. We will be having a Carnival every week through the summer, so get your entries in. Since there is no theme, why not submit a post so we can see what you've been blogging about each week.

BTW, we have over 850 blogs on the blogroll now. I spent the last week trying to catch up on the additions but as soon as I add the old bunch, I get a whole new bunch of requests to join the blogroll.

Michelle seeks beauty despite seeing a refinery located on Lake Michigan.

CyberCelt shares the history of Juneteenth in Texas on Texas RV Travel blog.

I'm Just Sayin: "Memories"... "I'm not sure how to describe it, just trying to figure out how to stay connected to my past and still live happily in the present."

Talia Mana: Should babies be tested for predisposition to disease and illness? Ethical and medical consideration of genetic testing…

Anne: A Fable of Three Men and a Baby.

Michele of Reformed Chicks Blabbing posts some thoughts on the debate between Christopher Hitchens (an atheist) and Dr. Mark Roberts (a Christian).

MC Milker writes about Kids meals in Pass the Pistachio Pork- no Kids Menus

Let your compassionate side through when you Buy a book, Feed a child through Julie Carobini's blog all summer long.

Darla gets knocked out by "Knocked Up"

Saturday, June 09, 2007

Carnival Tomorrow

We're having one. No theme.

Tuesday, June 05, 2007

Modest Swimwear

If you are interested in modest clothes, you may want to check out this post about an interesting line of retro swimsuits.

Sunday, June 03, 2007

Carnival of the Blogging Chicks #40

You guys should know the drill by now. If anyone wants to participate, email me and I will include your entry later today.

CyberCelt shares great trips for parents with children, courtesy of National Geographic, on Texas RV Travel blog.

Mama Duck presents Messy party ideas - part 3

The Artist: "Summer Savings"

Gretchen at Girls Can't WHAT? discusses gender discrimination by explaining "I am worth just as much as HE is."

Talia blogs about how her sleeping disorder got misdiagnosed, "Sleep Disorder Misdiagnosed as mental illness, fibromyalgia, alien abductions!"

Culture expresses itself in many ways big and small. Amanda over at following an unknown path explains culture difference #312--uh, actually, she show us what her Taiwanese keys look like.

Michele at Life Under the Sun blogs about her interpretation of 1 Timothy 2:11-12 which has implications for women theobloggers.

Saturday, June 02, 2007

We are having a Carnival tomorrow

Just a reminder there will be a Carnival tomorrow if I receive some entries :-) You can enter anything you like so it shouldn't be that difficult.

BTW, we now have over 800 blogs on the blogroll but I haven't gone through the it lately so that number is probably smaller. I will be going through it next week and will be removing the dead links.

Also, I'm still trying to clean out my inbox but I keep receiving new requests. I feel like I'm in a sinking ship and I'm trying to bail out the water as fast as I can only to see it come flooding back in twice as fast.