Friday, October 08, 2004

My Bloggerific Buddies

I thought I should probably make reference to the fact that my list of blogger friends over to the right there has been growing a lot lately. I thought I'd give you a little run down on all of my good buddies who have joined the blog circle out there.

Raining on Sunday-- This is a blog by two of my closest friends, Ben and Monica. They provide great insight into all the things newlyweds go through, and they have recently moved, so they provide plenty of humor and insight from that as well. Just don't call them domesticated. ;) They're really funny, so go have a looksee as to what they're up to.

Praying Mantis-- I stumbled on this guy quite accidentally, and have been blessed ever since. He is a minister in Arizona, and often publishes updates on his ministry, original poetry, and other touching thoughts. Check it out, you'll be glad you did.

The Life and Times of a Neener-- This girl is my oldest friends. We became friends in 1stgrade and have been inseparable since the 6th. Although the past six years have kept us apart in distance, we still stay in touch very well thanks to the marvels of the internet. This is more of a journal than a blog, but it is oftentimes deep or humorous. Yay Nina Louise!

Marc's OC Blog-- This is a friend of mine from college who is actually being paid by my alma mater to chronicle his experience as an OC student. He's a cool kid who leads a pretty cool life, so if you want a glimpse into the inside track of OC you can check this one out.

Postmodern Christian-- Ooh, the name alone is enough to pique your interest, I'll bet. I have a feeling that's what he was going for-- ha ha. :) No, this is one of my good friends from college, a Bible major no less, who posts thoughts mostly about being a -- you guessed it-- postmodern Christian. Deep thoughts from an intelligent guy with a good heart. (man, from that sentence you'd never guess I was his nemesis ;) )

Critter's Life-- This is my dear friend Mer who is a grad student at the other UT (University of Tennessee). She is a relative newcomer to the blogging scene, but has already proven to be quite entertaining. Most recently she has decided to become her own "e-harmony" of sorts and start featuring her favorite singles. Maybe since I am giving her this promo she will feature me soon. :)

Amber's Honduran Adventure-- Amber is my good friend from college who decided to up and move to Honduras to serve children there for probably the rest of her life. She is also new to blogging, but even so far she has several great stories of the work she does there and who and how we can pray for her work.

Josh's Thinking Blog-- Josh is another friend of mine from college, yet another Bible major. :) I only recently started reading his blog, but I can already tell I'm going to enjoy it. He has a lot of good thoughts concerning the work and status of the church, as well as a Christian's role in today's culture. He's a great guy who I respect a lot, and if you want to see some of what I think better articulated, check him out.

Blakewell's Blog-- Wouldn't you know that the day after I posted this, one of my best buds went and started a blog? :) So no, I wasn't trying to exclude him. I can't really say much about it since it is brand new, but since this is one of my favorite people in the world, I am sure it will be definitely worth checking out. That is, unless he posts about political topics, in which case you should ignore him completely. ;) JK!

There ya go. Hope I'm not leaving anyone out. Post a comment if I forgot you. :)
By the way, have you noticed an increase in my blogging lately? That's because I FINALLY HAVE THE INTERNET IN MY APARTMENT! :-D That and the typhoon has given me a lot of indoor time to catch up.
And there was much rejoicing... yay. ;)

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

you forgot blake blackwell's blog...the newest hippest thing to hit thing to hit the web!

thanks for always visiting, and being so dang nice. i'll be back often.