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Blogger’s Best Carnival: February 2009



Wow. This month went by quick, didn’t it? I’ve never really cared much for February, the way it teases me with it’s cold, short 28 days – just when I’m used to seeing it’s face, it up and leaves on me.

Sounds like a few boyfriends from my past, actually. *grin*

Welcome! Take a load off. It’s Saturday and you have my permission (as if you need it!) to be lazy. Here’s a Snuggie, wrap yourself up tight, drink your hot coffee/cocoa and sit a spell – there’s some really great reading literally a click away. Thanks for dropping by and Happy Reading!


ø VW presents Has anybody seen my spleen? posted at Wide Awake in Wonderland.

ø Ilavaluthy presents The most valuable moment in my life posted at Ila, trying to find a place in the world.

ø Erin Pavlina presents Coming Out of the Broom Closet posted at Erin Pavlina’s Blog, saying, “The oddest thing happened when I announced publicly in 2006 that I was a psychic medium. All hell broke loose in my personal and professional life.”

ø Rational Anarchist presents The Rational Anarchist: It Will Be Okay, Just This Once posted at The Rational Anarchist, saying, “It will be okay, just this once. One time is too many for some things.”

ø Madeleine Begun Kane presents Multi-Task Madness posted at Mad Kane’s Humor Blog.

ø LisaInOz presents It’s time to come clean posted at Surviving Oz, saying, “I’m a big scaredy cat – this article is all about things that go bump in the night.”

ø Kathryn presents Memories of Writing to Pen Pals posted at Real Words, saying, “My memories of having a bunch of pen pals when I was younger and how that relates to social networking online today.”

ø Chris presents Starting a new life in Australia, part 2 posted at Home I Own, saying, “How I started a new life”

ø Nancy Muller presents The Cock and the Granny Nightie posted at Recession Depression Therapy, saying, “The boisterous story of why we no longer have a rooster.”
(Editor’s note: I would have done the same thing!)

ø Robert presents A Belief in Belief posted at Hyperthreads, saying, “This was my very first post so it’s something that took entirely too long to write but the importance remains and hopefully will inspire others to have faith and believe in their dreams.”

ø Devon presents O, For Tuna! posted at Pen, Ink. Life’s little vicissitudes . . ., saying, “In the words of Cicero, “Nothing contributes to the entertainment of the reader more, than the change of times and the vicissitudes of fortune.” Or, in this case – family pets!”

ø Ms. Cheevious presents A-Musing in Los Angeles posted at Ms. Cheevious, saying, “I think our President is the most natural, real guy who’s been in that office in a very long time. (This one is serious. I observed it during his State of the Union Address).”


ø Shen-Li Lee presents Lesson Planning for Home-Schooled Toddlers | Babylicious posted at Babylicious.

ø Holly presents My Baby is Trying to Kill Me posted at Sweet Dreams, saying, “This is an article about night waking and my stance on crying-it-out.”

ø Kaley presents frogs and snails and puppy dog’s tails… posted at My Front Porch.

ø Emma presents What makes a good (or a bad) hairdresser for your toddler posted at Baby-Log.

ø Len Penzo presents My Kids’ Loan Interview with the Bank of Dad posted at Len Penzo . Com, saying, “Ah, the best laid plans of mice and men… As a Dad, I should have known better! :-)”


ø Lisa Samples presents My Mom is “The Giving Tree” & Giveaway posted at Mom of 2 Boys, Wife of 1, saying, “A letter to my mother.”

ø Khordaddy presents Birthdays and Can I Do More? posted at


ø Jacob Duchaine presents That Which We Receive posted at The Blog of Jacob Duchaine.


Mommy’s Martini: Words are Worlds

A Writer’s Dream: It’s About Time

Ordinary Art: Letter to My Beating Heart

Petunia Face: She Who Shall Not Be Named

Honea Express: The Night Kitchen

Rough Draft: Are We Devolving Ourselves?

All & Sundry: ‘Roid Rage

Stimeyland: The Biggest Controversy to Ever Hit the Internet

My Charming Kids: Submission is not a Four-Letter Word

Cutie Booty Cakes: Chris Brown and Rhianna. I Feel You.

Suburban Turmoil: Me Time

Where Am I Going and Why Am I in this Handbasket: Sometimes

A Mommy Story: The Day I Was Nearly Kidnapped

My Tiny Kingdom: Flashback Friday: Coveting A Cape Buffalo

Bad Mommy Moments: Please Don’t

Shamelessly Sassy: Reasons My Child Will Need Therapy

Laughing Through the Chaos: Flying Off the Handle

Playgroups Are No Place for Children: The Joy of Sneaking Out

Tiptoeing Through the Tulips: Dottie’s Birthday Post

Stop Screaming, I’m Driving: One Week

Summer’s Nook: Sudden Realization


None. *sad face*


This concludes the February 2009 edition of the Blogger’s Best Carnival. THANK YOU for submitting your links! If you would like to see your work showcased in the March 2009 edition, please submit your links here. (Please, one link per blog. If you submit more than one link per blog, I will only use the first link submitted.)

If you submitted your link and don’t see it here, that probably means I received it after the deadline or you didn’t follow the guidelines.

If you’ve read an outstanding article on another blog and would like to add it to the “Reader’s Choice” section of the next carnival, please let me know by using my contact form.

Thanks for visiting the carnival participants and don’t forget to check back March 28th for the next Blogger’s Best Carnival!

2 thoughts on “Blogger’s Best Carnival: February 2009”

  1. This is a fine example of how to effectively create and maintain a relashionship with someone. Rather than spending the entire weekend doing things that could potentially improve my own business, I spent much of it reading and commenting on the blogs of our friends and the people we appreciate and admire. Thank you for thinking of us Karen,


  2. Hey there. Just saw I was linked on your awesome site. Thank you so very much. It is truly an honor. What a wonderful way to support community, providing all these great links. Thanks again.

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