Saturday, March 10, 2007

jcbabylove: Musings of a Sahm...All in a Day's Work

Carol, the blogger at jcbabylove lives in New Hampshire, and is a wife (to John) and mom and full-time caregiver (to 20-month old daughter, Dierdre).

She's been blogging since January of 2006 and her topics range from parenting to politics. The subtitle of her blog says it all. If you haven't figured out what a SAHM is... that is an acronym for Stay At Home Mom.

Carol's wacky sense of humor shines through her articles, and she isn't beyond poking fun at just about anyone or anything. Oh, she can have her serious moments, and she has a heart of gold.

Her photographs of her family and every day life are delightful, and will make you smile.

Hey Carol, I'm with you.... pooh on anyone who won't serve a shamrock shake!

Sunday, March 04, 2007

The Moose Dung Gazette

Tim Smith is not only the owner of The Moose Dung Gazette, a blog about his bushcraft and wilderness survival business (Jack Mountain Bushcraft), but he is also a bit of a comedian.

You immediately take note that "Anything that appears to be an error in spelling or grammar is actually the author's clever use of the vernacular, and thus is a carefully placed literary device that demonstrates his writing prowess."

His topics include books and video reviews, earth skills, gardening, gear, recipes, trip journals, and wild foods.

I don't normally include "business" blogs in this list, but Tim's has plenty of great stories that will captivate you.

His blog has been around since July 2006. I personally would love to see MORE photographs (as they are great eye candy), and more about wild foods available when in the wilderness. The only thing I haven't figured out, is how the moose dung fits in! :D



Connie Moses, the blogger at petArtistWithPeaches is a busy woman.

In addition to the attention she gives to the horses, dogs and cats in her life, she is interested in virtual art, and in building web sites.

She lives in Gilford NH and many of her photographs show little bits and pieces of New Hampshire scenery (although the stars of most of the photographs are her beloved human and horse family members).

Connie's stories are interesting, entertaining, and most definitely worth reading.