Sunday, April 20, 2008

The icing on the cake

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There is a lot that I need to blog about, however, tonight is not really the night.

I listen to audio books...I read blogs.

I have subscribed to several of them.

Like the reading favorite novels, these blogs have become a ritualistic reading for me each week. Some of these blogs are comedies, which make me laugh out loud…literally. Others are adventures which leave me on the edge of my seat, wondering just what the characters are planning to do next. But mostly, these blogs are dramas, taking me on a journey into the lives of characters I’ve come to know and love…people I’ve come to regard as friends.

Like new episodes of my favorite TV shows, I look forward to new seasons with the characters, finding out how their individual stories are panning out, as well as finding out what new twists are being added into the various and sundry plots—known as their lives.

I do have one blog in particular, one which I always save for last. Like saving the sugar-wafer cookies which always came in the banana splits from Jay-Rob's Pizza, it has become the proverbial icing which really makes me feel like I’ve enjoyed a full-course blogging feast...

Those who read this blog (who’ve made at least one comment so I know you are a reader), just know that I read your blog as well.

Yours is probably my favorite.

6 comments:

annette said...

Imagine my surprise, 5 min after I had just posted my blog, I had a comment. It was you. You are so awesome.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-JPrsrgVygc

Kris said...

You are my favorite! You left before I could give you that picture of Danny upside down! You are like a tree frog you blend in and hop away fast! Hope to see soon and go to lunch or dinner. Flies perhaps???

Gerb said...

Isn't it great how blogs keep us all connected? I read a couple blogs of people I don't know well (or at all!) but feel like I am great friends with. Yours is always an adventure, thanks for sharing them with us!

Emily said...

I'm going to beat you on Thursday. Just beware...

Julie said...

I must say that I have thoroughly enjoyed the world of blogging, even though I thought that I wouldn't. It is a ritual for me as well, and makes my day complete to learn about others and what they are doing on this journey through life.

Teachinfourth said...

Nettle - Thanks for the great song. Wasn't this the theme for "The Golden Girls" at one time? Hmmmm...

Kris - If you had a digital version, you could always send it my way. Thanks too...I'm glad you liked the photos!

Gerb - They really do. I feel that I know people more than I probably do. When I visited my cousins in St. George I talked to one of their kids that I felt like I knew from fixing up a few photos of him and talking to his family. I was surprised when he didn't even know my name...luckily, it didn't take long for him to warm up to me.

Glad that my adventures are a part of you too...

Emmy - We may have to have a handicap...after all you home court advantage. Kapish?

Jewels - It's kind of addicting, isn't it? It's probably the Mormon version of crack cocaine.

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