I just finished enjoying the blogs I look at every day. (You can see my list on my profile. It doesn't show very well with this background, and I didn't choose that color for the link that will bring you to it... well, I'm just learning this blogging thing. It's under that paragraph.) Most don't blog every day. In fact, I just started one that has not blogged in over 2 years, but I love to look at a different part of it each day, and when I've finished seeing all that is there to see I'll probably cut it loose from my list. I just appreciate the "eye candy" and the sharing that goes on even after the blogger has moved on to some other interest. The sharing and caring is lovely! I was so excited to see that one of the blogs I really admire left me a comment. I feel like I've been visited by a celebrity! (Well, let's just throw caution to the wind and try something new - to put a link here to her blog...) http://exuberantcolor.blogspot.com/ Wanda blogs every day, sometimes twice a day - and that is really impressive in itself, but then most of those days she also has new quilting done to show us, or pretty bird or garden pictures to share. She is inspirational. (I suspect that there are more than 24 hours in a day where she lives.)
I enjoy the trips I have been on while sitting here in my easy chair. Today at http://athomewiththefarmerswife.blogspot.com/ we went to a living history museum in Tennessee. I love that! I've been to castles with http://jellybeanangel2.blogspot.com/ and on Holiday with http://nostalgiaatthestonehouse.blogspot.com/ to Scotland and places around England. Reading blogs has found me lots of fun things to make, and shown me how to make them on tutorials at many different craft blogs. Here's one for a cute "recycling" project. http://www.instructables.com/id/How-to-make-pendants-and-charms-from-old-CDs/ I won't show you all the tuts I've saved on my favorites. You might be getting something for your birthday or Christmas from one of them.
I even love reading blogs in foreign languages. It's fun to see what their language looks like and try to read it. Here's an example of one I like in Norwegian. http://solvi01.blogspot.com/ There usually are pictures to help. Suffice it to say, I love reading blogs! And that is why I'm writing one. I want to pass on some of my enjoyment. Keep on reading!