Without further ado...I have officially left 100 comments on DIFFERENT blogs. I do want to thank some of my blogging homies for multiple posts. I didn't realize what 100 comments would mean. I know it seemed like I was stalking some of you
So...on with it already. Sorry this is going to be a long post...but hell, it's taken me this long to write it. I'm thinkin' you can sit a couple extra minutes and read it.
OH, and by the way, these are in NO PARTICULAR ORDER.
Kelly O. got to de-stress in front of her new fish tank with I'm obsessed with my little ecosystem. Her hubby is a great guy and her kids are TOO CUTE!! She's also quite domestic with Eggs, bunny cupcakes, and Guinness cake.
Dee at On the Curb with I sometimes brush my hair. So quirky. this lady has a way with making you laugh at bodily functions. She even finds a way to tie them in to movie watching with If I only had a heart.. I'm wishing her some seriously needed rest at Hop Hop Flop. And because I'm a huge
We have this friend, Wreke, who likes to use her words, rather than do math. DIY and guilty pleasure monday: what’s he got by the producers
OHMommy openly shared her first memories with Coming To America: Part 1. What a great story! I can't wait to read the rest of the story from this classy lady. She also takes great pics of her kids, you can see some at "The Easter Bunny isn't HUMAN", and if you need a chuckle read Oh... pickles!!!
Speaking of classy ladies, am I the only one that has recently discovered Mrs. Fussypants? She is funny and a wiz with photoshop. You must check out Fight the Frump: Celebrities without Stylists or Fussy's Secret for a Miserable Existence Apparantly there are many people who "Fight the Frump" because funny lady Dre has her Fight the Frump by Getting Jiggy. I like the way this woman thinks with Tag from One of My Favorite Crazy Ladies
Trees flowers birds with her Snapdragon!. And of course I had to comment on her political update at Back on the political track. Still breathing and Move 2008 - Week 12 update and Dedication.
I do have a couple male readers. Mike Golch also recently hit the milestone with I managed to hit 100 make he is a strong supporter of our troops, as many of us do but he often posts about it, as he does in with thanks to those who have served. Thanks Mike!
Travis at Trav's Thoughts had his "Mo's Manic Monday - Egg" and "The Sweet 16 is Set".
http://jugglinglife.typepad.com/juggling_life/ (don't ask me why I can't get this to say "Jenn" like it's supposed to) opens up in Food for My Thoughts and fills us in on a mother's worst nightmare with In Which Social Butterfly was Shaken NOT Stirred
BipolarLawyerCook talks about the importance of "friends" in Love Thursday. And of course I had to wish her a blessed Easter, after she shared a great poem at Happy Easter, Happy Weekend, Happy Love.
I discovered this Blog through research for this post, and am so glad I did. Five Years Ago from
Tipp Talk, is a moving honest post indeed. I even learned something about Google Calendar by reading her A Great Find. I'll have to give it a shot. Don't hold your breath though...this could take a while. Need I remind you of the strikethrough thing??
I of course had to go back and thank MP at her post Brilliant Writing.. I even volunteered to guest post for her while she's on vacation with The Easter Post - Still not ready for vacation.... She very thoughtfully left instructions with Dear Guest Bloggers but had some last minute emotions with Power of the Internet . This is going to be a hoot because I'm sharing duties with some silly people like Biddy, who wrote y'all don't mind me....
Speaking of volunteering to guest post, I'm fortunate that I can help out dawn at Alex Year One and had to thank her in the comments at Haiku Crazy and Weekly Winners - Great Deals. I also met one of her other guest bloggers, Planet of Janet, via Pillow talk, or romance isn’t dead — it’s just very, very sick (very funny).
Some relatively new bloggers Nanci's Foibles (who happens to be a personal friend) and she's been helping another friend deal with a horrible tragedy. I've been leaving my thoughts with her all week but a promising sign indeed with Good Medicine and Memorial & Celebration. It's nice to see that things seem to be lightening up with Easter Eggs, Undies and Socks and Photo Opp.
Another beautiful blogger, that I don't go say "Hi" to nearly enough, mama milton, had some sadness and reflection of her own in speechless, I of course had to follow up with her on her happy easter post.
Sandy, over at Momisodes, dared to share the story Hai’jacked. She's usually good for quite a laugh with her beautiful daughter stories, like this one 13 Signs of Parenting Gone Wrong. She also takes great photos and I'm lucky she shares them at Easter Bunny Sighting and PhotoHunt: Metal. Wielding Sticks and The Egg Aftermath (shoot...maybe I stalk her too?)
I have a new blogging friend April. I went and left two comments on her site tonight but I'm afraid I can't link to the posts...something about there not being titles? You'll have to just take my word for it. :)
Have you met these three funny ladies? See Hear Speak No Evil is a fun site shared by three friends. I got to leave several comments because they're all writing about different things; O! a winner!, This week’s fridge poetry, Haiku I Love You!
Suzanne at So You Don't Get Calls from me... posts a repeat and a recall story to share with us: Suzanne's Soundtrack Sunday and Scrolling Saturdays .
Krissy at is nuts! She cracks me up withy her Guess what happens when I get tired attitude and More adventures of tar-jay.
No list would be complete without the lovely Mrs. G. with her Jane Eyre and the Linen Closet, Things Mrs. G tried that didn't work, and Superbness.
I had fun sneaking into other people's blog roll and seeing what treasures they had:
jennifer h at Thursday Drive with How Babies Are Made.
Cheri at Blog This Mom! with List Day Twenty-Two: Do You Know the Way to San Jose?
stephanie has two blogs? One at A-Lister with because you might care and another at bad mom with math and stuff. I also HAD to post on full freaking moon because you know how I feel about those.
katydidnot with miscalculation and like totally photoshopped. She's a funny lady indeed.
Pamela at You're Doing It Wrong had a couple of fun posts (although there weren't specific titles I could link to...I really need a blogging / linking class) so I commented on March 19th and 20th posts.
might I add...? with organizing tips from Ikea (or how to keep your pie)
Rhea with Rebel with a Cause and It's Alive! Easter barf and a bride.
Huse Blog is it Anyway? with I stayed up late for this
Dens with gum-me fun (dang it girl, you're in my own blog roll and I checked several times a day to get a comment over...I had to send you my love even though I re-commented)
dkuroiwa at Etc.,Etc., Etc. with My Computer.....March,2008...*R*I*P* (this is truly a bummer)
Mrs. F with Numero Dos and 100 Things and Shoulda Known Better
Karen with Thankful Thursday
philfree with his Happy Anniversary post.
Renie Burghardt with On Flooding in Our Area
Cynical Dad with Things I Learned While Spending Eight Hours In The Emergency Room On A Saturday Night
Freaked-Out Fathers with Teacher v. Parent
Because I'm working on my writing, I MUST have some writing resources in here!
Lorelle VanFossen at The Blog Herald with How to Talk to a Blogger
David Peralty, also at The Blog Herald, with Creating Barriers Between You and Your Readers
The lovely Michele at Writing the Cyber Highway with The New View. She also wrote a guest post on Giving Back to Your Blogging Community over at Writer’s Round-About.
Amy Derby at Write From Home and her 10 Steps to Freelanceaholic Recovery and Networking For Freelance Success: Make Friends, But Choose Wisely.
Steven Snell posted at PureBlogging with 99 Ways to Improve Your Blog (boy was Grandy taking some notes)
Sharon at Get Paid to Write Online with Posts On Writing March 2008. (ack...so much learning to be done!!)
Brian Clark at Coppyblogger with Do You Recognize These 10 Mental Blocks to Creative Thinking?
Darren Rowse had a post at problogger, apparently posted by a guest blogger, Easton Ellsworth from Visionary Blogging, The Greatest Blogging Skill.
Then I had to go check out Easton Ellsworth directly and found Welcome, Dear Problogger Reader - Who Are You?
Whew...I'm going to need to make some changes to my blogroll...after some aspirin and a nap. I hope all of the wonderful bloggers listed here are feeling my linky lovin'!!
YOU ALL ROCK!!