Friday, October 15, 2010

Best Post of the Week: Week Seventy


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:

Rachel said...

Mine is about the trauma that the Alabama game brought to this state.

c.a. Marks said...

Oops sorry. I accidentally posted this weeks post down at the previous Alabama Bloggers link up. But mine is about a book review, The Constant Art of Being a Writer.

Sharon said...

I'm gearing up for my first blog giveaway, so that's what this post is about. My previous giveaway was on my Facebook page. Can't wait to check out all the posts here!

Alison @ Ingredients, Inc. said...

This is a great idea!

Robin said...

After meeting so many fantastic Alabama Bloggers today, I just had to post! My link is the tutorial I just did on how to make a scrapbook paper banner.

Wade Kwon said...

My Birmingham Blogging Academy post focuses on my BlogWorld talk, "The Funniest Blogger You Know: You!"

It has tips on how to keep readers by adding humor to your posts. Hope you find it helpful.

Looking forward to your posts.

Green Door Girl said...

My post of the week was about making a bow holder for my girls - upcycling an old frame - to use the new fangled recycling lingo - because you can't charge $60 for a recycled frame on etsy!

Nanci Scarpulla said...

MIne is about the awesome resources we have for Fall Festivals including Birminghammom.com, BirminghamBargainMom, etc.

Nick @ Cupboards said...

A bit late this week- Monday was Columbus Day, and since we are in the kitchen biz, we took a quick look at what cooking and eating was like on the trip over for Columbus and his cohorts.

Happy weekend, all!

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