Saturday, July 07, 2007

Welcome Wagon

Time to welcome in a few new blogs to my list of links! Two of them are very political in nature and the third is about life and relationships, so there is something for everyone and every mood.

The two political blogs came to me courtesy of Mixter who has an endless supply of choices on her blog. They are; The Talking Dog and One Little Victory.

The Talking Dog is an excellent political blog and has many, many links with a directory that gives a short synopsis of each blog. Lots of work has gone in to that blog. It will take me some time to make my way through, but I anticipate great enjoyment as I do. Victory is also a good blog. Again , I thank Mixter for putting it all out there for us lazy folk.

Musings From the Edge is a thought provoking blog that takes us in other directions. A thinking blog, but about things other than politics. Sometimes it is nice to reflect inward instead of at the rest of the world and this blog is good for that. I have to thank Rachel, at Indigo Luna, for providing the link to this little gem. We often need to take some time for personal reflection and introspection if we are to maintain in this fast paced world. Some days we just need to slow down and take a deep breath and think about ourselves and cater to our own needs. The world does not stop when you take the time to do these things. The rest of the universe will wait for you and you are a much better person afterwards.

Happy reading!!


Anonymous said...

Musings from the Edge is pretty cool! I'll have to add it to my blogroll.

The talking dog really needs to get moved to my favorites column. I've been a bit remiss reading it for the past couple of months, but I'm there daily again. He's been blogging since shortly after 9/11, and he lives in NYC. He's got a great vantage point when it comes to the effects of terrorism, since he was right there, very close, when 9/11 happened.


The Drew said...

Checked out your preferred blogs...that's some good bloggin' :-)

Dharma said...

I could really relate to what Musings saidabout restraint in relationships. It has taken me a long time to learn that.