Thursday, November 18, 2010

Thursday Concatenation

DH had a really rough day yesterday. He was in a lot of pain, and spent pretty much the entire day in his 'dark' room.
 If you pray, say one for him please. I'm hoping today is better for him.

 
I love to read blogs and look at so many different websites!

There are wonderful blogs that I have found. Even though we don't write about the same subjects, or necessarily share all the same interests, we're connected by our blogs.

I have many interests, and therefore, read blogs on all sorts of topics.

That's CONCATENATION...a series of interconnected or interdependent things or events.

In an effort to share and connect the blogs/sites I enjoy reading,

I'm featuring three of them each Thursday.




Do you like to play games? Do you have a difficult time selecting games? I'm not a huge game player, though my kids love all sorts of games, especially board games. Father Geek is quite the aficianado of all things games. He definitely has a 'geeky' passion for games. You'll find fabulous reviews and more! I love this site because it's based on a Dad's perspective. (Sometimes I think we Moms over-analyze, don't you?) If you're thinking of going back to basics this Christmas aka Non-Electronic Gifts, go check out Father Geek's site.


I can't say that I am obsessed; however, when I'm perplexed or challenged domestically, I like to check out this site. It's full of cleaning/organizing/baking/decorating tips that are written in an easy-to-read format while maintaining a sense of realism. You won't feel as though Martha is giving you a spiel. :o)  Since my B3DYS, I'm enjoying Domestically Obsessed's new series "Taking Inventory."  I'm also really glad I'm not the only household that has a 'crap-catching' basket. If you have one too, and don't know what to do with it, visit Domestically Obsessed for a solution.


No, not one of my all-time favorite shows. (Really...I mean, how cute were those cowboys!) Bonanza is a cross between eBay and Etsy. You never know what you're going to find. It's a good place to cull for thrifty gifts, and you'll definitely find some handmade items too. While I don't have my booth up and running right now, I will tell you that it's very easy to set one up at Bonanza. I like that you can modify your searches to seek out local sellers. This comes in handy when you want to reduce shipping costs. From brand-spanking-new to vintage/antique, you'll find "everything but the ordinary."


Happy Thursday!

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