Added Sidebar Blogs

It’s been a while and I’ve been meaning to do it for some time but I finally updated the blogs in my left sidebar. I only removed one due to inactivity and added six. The ones I added I haven’t been reading regularly but now that they are in my sidebar I plan too. A little run down of the ones added:
Intangibles in Decrescendo: A blog run by obigabu. I found out about his site when we had a disagreement about same-sex marriages but instead of being like most people in an argument (shout and screaming and then turning to the name calling) he had very well thought out views that made sense and I respect him for that. Plus he has a good sense of humour and reads VoodootimeDotCom (which I think more people should).
Shades of Blue: Kirsi is from Finland. How cool is that. I admit I use to read this blog a month or two ago and then forgot about it. That is why it’s now in my sidebar. So I don’t forget about it.
Neil’s World: Neil is a university student from the UK. Another site that I’ve always meant to read more of but always forget to. The sidebar will make me read it!!!
The Daily Echo: An army wife with two army brats πŸ™‚ Once again I haven’t read much of the blog but I will get around to it because of the sidebar.
Wicked Monkey: Any site name with monkey in it is good in my books. I’m hoping that everything is okay with Hed (the author) and that the test results come back with good news (read her current blog entry).
Haggis & Maple Syrup: Matt is a friend of mine. I met him in Waterloo because he is friends with two of my ex-housemates. He lives in Scotland now with his girlfriend. We visited them during the summer when we travelled to Scotland (me and my two friends – who were my ex-housemates). He has good music sense if you don’t count his love of Morrisey πŸ™‚ Plus he gets to go to all kinds of cool concerts since he lives in Glasgow. I’m not going to say I’m not jealous. Jerk πŸ™‚
And that is it for the time being. I might add some more over the next couple of days. Cheers!

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  1. Hey, I read Echo’s site too!

  2. Yaay! Thanks for the link! Glad to know people are out there who care!