Friday, February 5, 2010

Best Post of the Week: Week Thirty Seven


It's time to link in your best post of the week!

The purpose of this column is to make it easier to keep up with each other's blogs, so that even if we don't have time to read all of the Alabama Blogger blogs every day, at least we get the week's highlights.

So, link up, tell us why you linked that post, and let's start reading! And remember - the best way to get new blogging friends is to comment on other people's posts, so be sure to say "hi" to your neighbors when you visit!

p.s. - please feel free to interpret "this week" as loosely as you like!

9 comments:

Kelly Merrill said...

I'm having a photography special ($35) for Valentine's Day this week and next! Sunday, February 7th is the designated day but appointments can be made up through the 14th! Check out the details and give me a shout if you're interested!

http://spindlephotography.blogspot.com/2010/02/mini-love-sessions-35-february-7th.html

Marie said...

Jack is jumping! I was hard to pick a best but I had to go with the Life is Therapy. It's not too late to link up or comment if you have a life is therapy moment--young, old, or in between.

Wade Kwon said...

For Wade on Birmingham, I'm celebrating my 1st year on Twitter with my best updates from the past 365 days.

Looking forward to reading your posts.

Marie said...

subscribing to comments so I'll know when others add their posts!

Wade Kwon said...

I added one posted today for Media of Birmingham. If you use an iPhone or iPod Touch, check out our review of the CBS 42 app.

Dave Robison said...

Mine is just another introspective look at a performer's mind

Rambling Round said...

Hi everybody! Another Alabama Blogger here! So glad I found y'all. I've been blogging about Selma (mostly photos) for almost three years, and my blog is part of the City Daily Photo Blogs community. My "Post of the Week" shows one of three stops on Friday night's Art Walk. Gordon's Antiques is on Mabry Street directly across from Sturdivant Hall. The art walks are held about once a quarter and showcase local arts and craftsmen's work.

Chigger Hill Cottage said...

My heart goes out to the Haitian people for their losses. I joined another blog's "Fingerprint Friday" and was wondering where I find blessings as I sat comfortably in my own home. Then I realized I didn't have to look very far.

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