Today is Haiku Day in the WordCount Blogathon. Bloggers across the Internet are posting in the form of haiku today. Fun, fun! As you might remember from elementary school, a haiku is a poem focused on one thought that is expressed in 17 syllables (five syllables in the first line, seven in the second line, [...]
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As I write about gardening and outdoor topics (for this blog and for other publications), I’m always interested in reading what others have to say about these subjects. And it’s no surprise that there are a ton of good blogs focused on gardening and exploring the outdoors with kids. Here are six good ones to [...]
If you spend much time reading blogs about gardening, you know there are some great ones out there. And today is your (last) chance to vote for some of them to win a coveted Mouse & Trowel Award. Also known as “the Mousies,” the Mouse & Trowel Awards honor garden bloggers in several different categories [...]
Today is the 10th day of the WordCount 2010 Blogathon. So far, so good. Today, most of the 100+ bloggers participating in the Blogathon are all posting about a similar topic: a list of five blogs we can’t live without. For me, “can’t live without” is strong language — all I really need is food, [...]
Welcome to May! It’s a great month for gardening and getting outside, and hopefully for blogging too. As of today, I’m participating in the 2010 WordCount Blogathon, the brainchild of WordCount blogger Michelle Rafter, which challenges bloggers to post every day during the month of May.
If you’ve spent any time on this blog, you know [...]