Unedited and Unsettled.


U stands for…

I wasn’t quite sure what to do for U – didn’t want to geek out about Ubuntu, or write another angry rant about Umbrellas, so I decided that I’d look for spotlights, and there are two great blogs who can share this spot on the calendar.

Unedited from Jen Daiker is one of the home blogs of the A-Z challenge, along with Tossing It Out, Alex Cavanaugh and Talli Roland. It looks like she’s been doing some great stuff for A-Z all month, so go over there and check it out if you’re not already avidly following her.

Regina Linton, with Unsettled, isn’t doing the A-Z challenge, but she’s a Crusader, in group 10 with the rest of the paranormal crowd. She’s also got some interesting posts up about how to improve your relationship with your muse.

So, that’s it until tomorrow. This week looks like it’s going to have some tough slogging at the end of the alphabet, but I’ll figure out something!

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3 Responses to Unedited and Unsettled.

  1. Vicki Tremper says:

    You’ve got me really curious about your rant about umbrellas. What’s your beef with umbrellas? Or is it how inconsiderate some umbrella-holders can be?

    Thanks for pointing out some new blogs to follow!

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  2. Regina says:

    Thanks for the shout out! I guess I’m still like Vicki though and would like to know … umbrellas huh? They are great for when you need them, but messy when you have to put them down and shake them out! 🙂

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  3. I like the U blogs you Used, even though an angry rant about umbrellas woulda been quite entertaining.

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