Blogger’s Best Carnival – March 2009

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Welcome! Take a load off. It’s Saturday and you have my permission (as if you need it!) to be lazy. Here are some Girl Scout cookies to dip in your milk. Open the blinds, look out the window and appreciate the fact that Spring is nearly here and get ready to click on some really great articles. Thanks for dropping by and Happy Reading!

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ø Erin Pavlina presents Are You Afraid to Be Rich? posted at Erin Pavlina’s Blog, saying, “Many years ago I had this odd mentality about money and wealth. I thought that rich people were all greedy, and that most of them had probably sold their soul to the devil in order to attain their wealth. I assumed that rich people were conniving miscreants who took advantage of others. I assumed that corporations were evil, because it seemed to me like they always used clever marketing and subliminal advertising to coerce people into buying their products. Rich people who inherited their wealth seemed lazy to me.”

ø kathryn presents You Can Afford to Be Generous posted at Out of Debt Christian, saying, “This morning I decided to swing through the Dunkin Donuts drive thru to pick up a coffee and a bagel. As I pulled up to the window to pay for my breakfast the cashier told me, “The lady in front of you already paid for your order. She wanted me to tell you to have a nice day.” Stunned, I tried to get a glimpse of the lady in the minivan pulling out onto the road. I waved at her, but I’m not sure she saw me. Within seconds she was gone.”

ø Shawn Bryan presents If You Spend 1/3 of Your Life Sleeping, How Much of it is Spent At Wal-Mart? posted at The Shark Tank.
(Editor’s Note: *sputter* HAHA! *cough*)

ø run4change presents My Journey: From obesity to now! « My angle on weight loss posted at My Angle, saying, “The story of a soon to be dad who lost 130 pounds to live a happier and healthier life with his family.”
(Editor’s Note: Inspirational! Congratulations!)

ø Debbie presents Not a Davaoanian by blood but by heart. posted at Devoutly Davao.

ø Mudslide Mama presents A Beach Vacation in La Jolla, California posted at Traveling Mamas, saying, “I’m proud of this blog post because I video’ed myself, holding camera myself. Even though it’s not ready for prime time, I think it’s a nice first effort.”

ø LaterBetty presents I’ll tell you later Betty…: Then one day he was shootin’ at some food… posted at I’ll tell you later Betty…

ø Cydni presents Metro Rail Alert!! posted at Cydni Lenae’s Blog.

ø Kaiton Berkley presents Things NOT to do in a home invasion posted at RockstarMama, saying, “Curious noises. An unhelpful husband. A cat. Stupidity. A near ass-kicking. An all-powerful Supermom and a suspected home invasion gone awry.”
(Editor’s Note: HAHAHA!!!)

ø QiQi presents True Gruesome Stories posted at Celebrating Me, saying, “This wacky story is an unforgettable memory that’s rounded up rounds of laughter from family and friends”

ø Wayne Cross presents My First Scuba Diving Vacation posted at First Scuba Diving Vacation, saying, “Everybody who dives has to have a first diving experience. Mine was about twenty years ago of the Big Island of Hawaii with a group of my friends. None of us were certified. How could we be, since it was our first time? If we had been certified, at least we could have said we had previously dived to the bottom of some community pool back on the mainland.”

ø Victor Schultz presents St. Peters Square and Plaza | St. Peters Square, Vatican City posted at St. Peters Square, Vatican City, saying, “I had the great pleasure on touring the Vatican, St. Peter’s Basilica, and the Sistine Chapel. I wanted to give you just a glimpse of what you might see, if you were to visit the Holy See in Vatican City, Rome, Italy. Obviously, any tour of the Vatican is best in person. If you cannot go there, then a tour with pictures is perhaps the second best approach to seeing the Vatican and all the beauty and splendor that it has to offer.”

ø soldave presents Whatever happened to the minute’s silence? | Big in Japan posted at Big in Japan, saying, “Was watching a recent sporting event and before the match they requested everyone take part in a minute’s applause in commemoration of the passing of someone coonnected with the home club. As this went on it got me thinking: when and why did the minute’s applause turn into a fitting alternative to the minute’s silence?”

ø Mary H. presents Paden Smells his Tail posted at Stale Cheerios, saying, “I have a fun little rescue horse I’ve been working with this month. He’s got some issues, and has a lot of trouble relaxing. We’ve been working on stretching exercises, so one of the things I taught him this month was to bend his neck around to smell his tail! This is my experience teaching Paden this skill, including a short video clip.”

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ø More than just a mother presents Boys don’t wear hair clips posted at More than just a mother.

ø Jacquelyn presents Family Visit to the Dentist posted at WParent.com – Wise Parenting Guide, saying, “Going to the dentist does not have to be a scary experience for your child if you go as a family.”

ø Shen-Li Lee presents Early Childhood Education – Formal Classes or Home School? posted at Babylicious.

ø Dana presents A letter to my newborn son posted at Simple Pleasures.

ø Tracey presents Glimpses of Hope posted at GIRLS TO GROW.

ø Modern Parent presents Our 2009 Walt Disney World Vacation posted at Modernparent.org, saying, “The story of our Walt Disney World trip with my 18 month old son!”

ø Sarah Coller presents Hope posted at Blogging While Waiting, saying, “This was written several months after a devastating miscarriage. God gave me this picture of where my baby is and what may be going on there. I hope it is encouraging to others who may have experienced a similar loss.”
(Editor’s Note: Beautiful, Sarah).

ø Era Sundar presents F-R-U-S-T-R-A-T-I-O-N posted at Today’s Thought.

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ø thebarefootbadger presents Simple Living: Lessons from Grandma?s House posted at The Barefoot Badger, saying, “Your grandparents may be able to teach you more than you think about “going green.””

ø Omawarisan presents How low can you go, do you have to go? posted at Blurt.
(Editor’s Note: I can relate).

ø Dana presents Shall we buy some chickens, dear? posted at A Very Nearly Tea.

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ø Cyndi presents A boat called freedom part 1 posted at Evolution Ezine – Collect your free mind power and self growth gifts, saying, “A beautifully written, inspirational fiction highlighting humankind’s current state of consciousness. A piece that makes you think.”

ø Shiv Dravid presents A New End posted at The Viewspaper, saying, “A New End”

ø Neighbor Nancy presents Camping in the Country; A Read Aloud Story for Little Ones posted at Recession Depression Therapy, saying, “What scares you in the dark?”

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Mommy’s Martini: The Agony of Defeat

Bad Mommy Moments: Time to Make Donuts

Don’t Make Drugs: Death Goo Dialogues

Spoiled Mommy: Lesson Learned

Mothergoosemouse: Grow Old Gracefully or Fight it Every Step of the Way?

Chookooloonks: Love, Relationships and Men’s Shoes

Chicken and Cheese: You Can’t Say I Didn’t Warn You

Thursday Drive: First Light

Caffeinated Mom: I Am Blessed

Summer’s Nook: Seeking Out the Positive

Is There Any Mommy Out There? Not That Different

nienie: No Request is Too Extreme

Okay, Fine, Dammit: Would You Read Your Kid’s Diary?

A Modern Mother: A Fleeting Moment … or Just Mummy Rot?

Expat Mums Blog: Wishing to Know

Laptops to Countertops: Preach It, Sister

Her Bad Mother: What Does a Body Good

Type-A Moms: Feminine Ways and the Conservative Mother

Idiot’s Stew: There is Something Seriously Wrong …

The Catherinette Chronicles: Dot Com Dating: A Horror Story

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This concludes the March 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 April 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 April 25th for the next Blogger’s Best Carnival!

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5 thoughts on “Blogger’s Best Carnival – March 2009

  1. Thank you for the link! I can see myself getting lost for hours in all the other links, especially since I recognize a few of my favorites up there. Very nice work! 🙂

  2. Thanks for including the link to my post! It really gave me a lift to realize it was here.

    Going to spend some time looking at your other selections.

    Thanks again!

  3. Hi Karen – Thank you so much for including my post here! I found the link through Technorati, and it was a lovely surprise. And from these other links, I can see that I am in great company.

    This compilation is amazing – thank you for doing this!

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