Friday, December 29, 2006

Looking Back at Prairie Bluestem, 2006

Blogs and Blogging...

15 posts that search engine users frequently visit on my blog:
  1. Pilot Rock
  2. Dill Flower
  3. Dress Gloves
  4. The Last Leaf
  5. I Love A Piano!
  6. Shelving I Built
  7. Cornbread for Supper
  8. Alice and Jerry Readers
  9. Hair Care Tips from 1913
  10. Wedding at Oakland Manor
  11. Plastic Flamingos' Swan Song
  12. Tennessee Renaissance Festival
  13. Accounts of a Bad Nebraska Blizzard
  14. Black, The New Christmas Tree Color
  15. Gas Lantern Restaurant in Clarksville, TN

15 of my favorite posts from last year:
  1. Snake Stories
  2. Kids and Kittens
  3. Getting the Mail
  4. Help Me, Rhonda!
  5. Cattle Drive Chow
  6. Caring for Our Own
  7. The Peterbang Kids
  8. A Methodist Memory
  9. Barn of My Childhood
  10. Riding Horseback to School
  11. Ink Wells and Fountain Pens
  12. Adventure of the Castle Ruins
  13. District 44 at Johnstown, Nebraska
  14. Maternal Instincts and Little Rabbits
  15. Wild Fruits of the Nebraska Sandhills

15 random links of interest I've posted:
  1. Ta-da Lists
  2. NetDisaster
  3. Sew Now What
  6. Automatic Flatterer
  7. Download a pinhole camera
  8. Google's free book download
  9. Needle Lil More Time to Sew
  10. Hodgson Mill's Recipe Collection
  11. Raicaire's Embroidery and Needlework
  12.'s Bull Session Forum Index
  13. Harry Central (a story at Fan
  14. Dover Publications' weekly clipart sampler
  15. Seth Godet's pointers for interview questions

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CONTENTMENT: Keep your heart free from hate, your mind from worry, live simply, expect little, give much, sing often, pray always, forget self, think of others and their feelings, fill your heart with love, scatter sunshine. These are the tried links in the golden chain of contentment.
(Author unknown)

IT IS STILL BEST to be honest and truthful; to make the most of what we have; to be happy with simple pleasure; and to be cheerful and have courage when things go wrong.
(Laura Ingalls Wilder, 1867-1957)

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