So you might remember a few weeks ago that I mentioned re-working my blogroll — well I have been struggling with what I want to do over on that page but I have finally sorted it out — at least in my mind. I find that my blogroll has become too long, a bit un-interesting and simply overwhelming. So, I am going to make it a regular monthly feature and round up a small collection of blogs that I am really into at the moment — which isn’t to say that I am not into those that are currently on the list — just that I need to focus and I am guessing you might appreciate that focus too. I am saving off all those that are listed and I promise that everyone will be back again in time, but only bit by bit and as I reconnect. So before the month is out…here is my collection for March 2010.
I miss House and Garden and I miss Dominque Browning but now we have her back in blog form and I am enjoying it immensely.
Mary Jo’s own words about her site explain my obsession — “When you trust your style, you’re trusting your heart.” It’s a celebration of fashion, art and design + all the people who trust their own style.
Kevin writes about the art of ‘putting up’ – or, what you might call canning or preserving. I am planning my garden seed purchasing with an eye towards what I can put up later this summer.
Rohini and her team of editors are inspiring the heck out of me….this is one of those sites that I am sure everyone will be reading soon.
Home Grown is the Farm Aid blog and I enjoy it as a designer as well as in my other role of Farmers Market Manager.
Yolanda is a mom after my own heart. She’s hip, she writes, and she travels the world dragging her daughter along with her.
Alexander always intrigues me with his insight on Landscape Architecture.
I love checking in with Alexa – her photos are beautiful and she is the best hometown (for me) Colorado garden blogger.
Silly. silly. British men…..but I like the whole set.
So now my only problem is to figure out how to make wordpress display them as I would like — it’s typical that my technology doesn’t quite do what I want it to do — at least not without a little arm twisting…so that blogroll page is still a mess, and it’s coming down soon (hopefully next week – so take one last look). And as soon as I can figure it out, I will get it reorganized with my monthly collections of great blogs – my deadline is for this is this time next month when I will share April’s list.
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