A Curious Statistical Anomaly is One Lovely Blog
I was thrilled when Velvet of vvb32 reads told me she was naming A Curious Statistical Anomaly as One Lovely Blog. While I put a lot of thought and effort into this blog, I don’t often get a lot of feedback and it was nice to know someone (other than family) thought is was worth viewing and reading. Thanks Velvet.
The rules for accepting the award are:
1) Accept the award, post it on your blog together with the name of the person who has granted the award and his or her blog link
2) Pass the award to 15 other blogs that you’ve newly discovered.
3) Remember to contact the bloggers to let them know they have been chosen for this award.
As readers of my blog know, I’m pretty eclectic in my taste. Personally I have a lot of interests and often get taken in by the shiny things of life: science, philosophy, computer science, astronomy, reading, writing, reviewing, crafts (knitting, spinning), literature, publishing, and just about anything that catches my fancy and teaches me something or gives me a peak at new ideas, thoughts or way of looking at life and the world around me.
Thus, here are blogs that are rather new, according to my dysfunctional time-sense, in being added to my reading lists — in no particular order as I pull them out of my bookmarks — I think they are all exceptional.):
1.) Elspeth Thompson’s Weblog
2.) Joy’s Road Blog Ahead
3.) Jeff VanderMeer’s Ecstatic Days
4.) Dovegreyreader scribbles
5.) DP Lyle’s The Writer’s Forensics Blog
6.) Jane Brocket’s Yarn Storm
7.) Sheepish Annie
8.) Carol’s Go Knit in Your Hat
9) Internet Writing Workshops Blog
10.) Anne’s KnitSpot
11.) Lene’s Dances With Wool
12.) Lucy’s Attic24
13.) The Dodo Blog
14.) Franklin’s The Panopticon
I was going to say why I chose each of these blogs but I’ll leave it up to you to decide for yourself as you check out the links. Each of the blogs touches my heart/mind in someway: beautiful images, wonderful writing, witty observations on life/books/crafts/politics/society/whatever, and an openness and sharing of themselves with their readers.
I’m only sorry I had to leave so many of my recently found and favorites off the list. I hope you find at least some of these blogs worth adding to your own bookmarks.
And Velvet, thanks again for thinking of my blog as One Lovely Blog.