Between the crazy politics, the Texas fires, the floods from Irene, and God knows what else, I feel as though we Americans are experiencing a collective crack-up, and not of the good kind. Perhaps a little cracking up with laughter can soothe our nerves and help us cope. Since I’m all about efficiency, I was excited to run across a website that listed 15, count ’em 15, funny blogs. They cover a wide range of silliness, so hopefully one or more will give you the giggles and a temporary respite from tension.
The blog is Unlimited Choice: The Ultimate Guide to Living Consciously, with a guest post by Barrie Davenport of Live Bold and Bloom. So there you go! Fifteen funny blogs and the two bloggers who provided them! A total of 17 blogs for your viewing pleasure! Is this value or what?
Meantime, we are still running around Switzerland with a brief stop in Italy to visit the town of Chiavenna, just over the Swiss border. Our vacay is winding down, sadly. We leave for Zurich on Saturday, then home to Houston on Sunday. It’s been a great trip! Maybe the photos that follow will bring you a smile as well. See you tomorrow with some flash fiction for Fun Friday!
Thanks! A while back someone suggested I include more photos in my blog. I’m not sure what I’ll shoot when I’m back in Houston, though!
Beautiful! Yep, I can smell that hay all right.
Enjoy the rest of your time there,
As for the photos, Nadine, if you’re at all like me you snap enough to last until the next time you travel. But I also take them in my yard, or when I go to events in town, or wherever I am. I find that they give me inspiration to write when I’m stuck.
I think I’m feeling a little lost on the photo front since I’m going home to more drought. When I left, even my native Texas plants were dying, and I’m pretty sad about that. I guess I’ll have to look for something other than nature to photograph! I tend not to be interested in much else, but maybe I need to broaden my viewpoint.
Oh, I forgot to ask. How do you tag the other blogs and what function does that serve because I see it on my blog page and assume it’s useful but don’t know why/how.
All the tagging stuff is a big confusing to me. Here’s an article that might be helpful — if I am misunderstanding your question, just let me know: