Wednesday, February 17, 2010

Posts of the Week

Before I announce the Posts of the Week, Saz of the blog formerly known as Fat, Frumpy and Fifty aka Fab, Feisty and Fifty has gone on a short hiatus from blogging. She wanted her friends to know that she'll be back again before too long.

Now on with the Posts of the Week.

The icon/award to the left here is yours for the taking if your blog post has been named as a Post of the Week - either as top post or as a runner up, today or in past weeks.



Olympics
by Brian
at WayStationOne





Other wonderful posts in no particular order are:

Sleeve In My Soul
by Cabo
at Hey, Cabo


Because I Chose To Do Something
by Imbeingheldhostage
at In the Gutter


The Prize

by Abe
at Brookville Daily Photo


One Great Thing About Winter
by Kerri
at A Little Piece of Me.


My Favorite Bartender
by Sandra
at Add Humor and Faith


Let's Flock
by Cloudia
at Comfort Spiral


Recommended by Blunoz:

Stop Motion Videos
by Thomas
at The Adventures of Art Lad

Recommended by Gaelikkaa:

My Man Is Not Roses
by Mama Kat
at Mama's Losin' It

Please drop by their blogs for a visit and leave a kind comment if you have the time. Also, please feel free to add your own choices (for any blog except this one) for a specific blog post in the comments section below, where others can see them.

Thank you.

31 comments:

Eternally Distracted said...

There are a few mentioned that I haven't read, I love it when people do these posts because I can be lazy and just click on the links!! Congrats to all :)

LadyFi said...

Brian's post is just wonderful! And now to explore new blogs... Thanks!

järnebrand said...

Thanks a lot for these links! Wonderful stories. :)

imbeingheldhostage said...

Wow, thank you Hilary! It's an honour to be mentioned over here among the gems you manage to find every week. Thank you.

I hope everything is ok with Saz!

gaelikaa said...

I enjoyed all the posts. Thanks Hilary...

Protege said...

I am always impressed by this, you are so dedicated to this theme dear Hilary. I agree, the winner is a such a talented guy.;)
Now I will try to visit the other nominees; congratulations to all.
xo
Zuzana

slommler said...

All of these blogs are new to me except Brian's. His is always wonderful!
Thanks for the links
Hugs
SueAnn

Moannie said...

Just had time to read and comment on Brians post. I cannot begin to imagine how many hours you tour the blog to find these gems...I will be back this afternoon to read the rest. Thank you, Hilary.

Brian Miller said...

i need to ear mark this page to come back to for a self esteem boost when i need one. smiles. thanks hilary. big smiles. off to visit the rest!

Kerri said...

Hilary - you are so kind! Thank you for mentioning me :)

Abe Lincoln said...

Thanks for the honor. I have listed this award on the post page. The Prize

Land of shimp said...

Hilary, I wanted to tell you something that will seem completely unrelated: We're having work done our house (because we are, as a group, insane) and yesterday my world was full of hammering, sawing, sawdust and noise. All for a good cause, mind you, and it already looks great, but it's a bit wearing.

Today there will be more of the same, carpeting ripped up, some tiling done, it promises to be another day of dirt and noise (and I do feel fortunate to be able to improve our home, please don't get me wrong).

Anyway (rambling on here, aren't I?), as I await the ringing of the doorbell, I came here and started visiting posts. Wonderful stories, fantastic pictures, even a young film-maker! Between the touching stories, and all the fun you just gathered together in one place, I'll likely hug the poor workmen when they get there, my mood has been so greatly jazzed up, thanks to these posts. I wouldn't have known about several of them, but for the links here. Thanks again, you make Wednesday mornings a very bright spot.

I commented on the posts, but did want to say here, what a great job by everyone and thank you all for pouring this neat material onto the internet.

Thanks for finding that neat material.

addhumorandfaith said...

Thank you for the nod my friend. :)

steviewren said...

Heartwarming post of the week. Very timely as well.

Maggie May said...

Some of the peopleI know and some not. Congratulations to all.

Nuts in May

Meeko Fabulous said...

Congrats to Brian! :)

Daryl said...

Most excellent choices!

Grumpy Old Ken said...

It's all new to me but interesting.

Susie said...

I have to agree with the first commenter...this is the lazy girl's way of reading great posts with little effort. (not that I'm lazy or anything, mind you!)

Eleonora said...

I missed Brian's post for some reason. Thanks! Now I can enjoy it even more.

Ciao
Eleonora

kcinnova said...

Thank you yet again, Hilary, for directing us to some wonderful blogs!

Mama Kat said...

Oh wow! Thank you!! And thanks Gaelikaa for nominating me!

San said...

Hilary, you certainly know your way around blogland, and all its pockets of enchantment. Thank you for encouraging us and inspiring us and leading the way to great reads.

Cabo said...

WOO HOO! I'm related to that Man at WayStationOne!! (No I'm not partial, whatdya mean?)

Thanks Hilary!!

Cloudia said...

How very cool.
Truly an honor;

Thank you kindly, Hillary!



Aloha,


Comfort Spiral

Angie Ledbetter said...

Thanks for the links. Will check 'em out over morning coffee.

Hilary said...

Thanks so much for the always-kind and supportive words, everyone. I'm glad you're all enjoying the POTW.

Shimp I'm so glad they posts helped to elevate your mood. Thanks for letting me and all of the others know. :)

ds said...

Thank you for directing us to these wonderful blogs & posts. Congratulations to everyone!

Joanna Jenkins said...

Great POTW selection in Brian's "Olympics" post. It's so inspiring.

I know this feature must take a lot of your time. I really appreciate all your effort. I'm finding so great new blogs. Thank you.

jj

SandyCarlson said...

Thanks for these, Hilary. I will make the rounds.

jinksy said...

http://picsandpoems.blogspot.com/ Has a great post on it today, Friday 19 February, hope it hasn't missed the boat completely...