There just isn't enough room on the front page nor hours in the day to read all the great blogs out there. So here's an additional list of blogs that I visit regularly.
A little pregnant
I've found my home (password protected)
Slightly-starved writer with a belly full of ideas.
A lover of writing and reading
If I said "poetry and cats" you'd roll your eyes heavenwards wouldn't you? Go see, it's so much more than that.
At the heart of it
Sallie and her two gorgeous boys.
Family life, genealogy and a keen interest in the Welsh rugby team. What more could you ask?
Sophie & Eloise
French ex-pat living in Portugal. Eloise is her beautiful daughter and the subject of many of her wonderful photos.
The Way to the Centre
Best line: I think I need a audible warning connected to my credit card. Something along the lines of: “Put down the plastic, step away from the shiny things”.
Eh? Well most of you will know the nickname for a Welsh person to be Taff/Taffy/Taffie (after the River Taff that runs through most of South Wales) but those from North Wales are known as North Walian, or colloquially as 'gog' (from the Welsh gogledd, meaning "north").
As far as I know, the word gogia doesn't exist but Taffia does (not sure about this definition though). Anyway, here are the Welsh bloggers I enjoy reading, gog or taff.
Gospel according to Rhys
Member of the grammar constabulary, motto is "Do as I say, not wot I does".
Lynne ydw i
A fellow south Walian living in the U S of A.
Blogger and member of the same mountain rescue team my father once belonged to until bad arthritis set in.
Another fellow south Walian. With better photos too.
Sellotape Files, the
Wonderful illustrations by Dutch artist living in Canada Eliane Duvekot
Dog or higher
John Allsop: "The amazing adventures of one guy in a small room writing software, namely Style Master"
Hong Kong born British Chinese expat, a gadget-loving software engineer/consultant working in New York City
Web design blog, focus on accessibility.
Lost in transit
Gail Armstrong, expat Canadian living in France
World Wide Words
Not strictly a blog but updated frequently. Fascinating stuff.
Boston journalist Jason Feifer. Be sure to check his cartoons too.
Excellent links (mostly css, web related) and an exquisite design.
"Buttery bite-sized bits of tender bitchiness from your favourite wandering Jew." Brilliant.
Things my girlfriend and I have argued about.
Lovely brave Bertha lives with her dad and pa. If it's your first visit, check out the archives.
An excellent collection of frequently updated dog related stories from around the web.
The cutest pug on the net.
The Wally Chronicles
The Daily Adventures of a Beagle Boy.
Views from the North East
Wonderful photos and commentary
A good place for a cup of tea and a think
Amuse-bouche (Jo's food blog)
Chocolate & Zucchini
Wonderful recipes and much, much more.
Definitely not work safe but Flip always has great links.
Folks who are no longer blogging but might one day.
Dammit, I miss Gabby!
A new site is promised soon. In the meantime, check out his art.
Lighters, lipstick & tampax
A degree, a houseful of lovely kids, a move and a new baby on the way = no time for blogging. Hope you're well Eddie.
Magnolia Glen. Vicki is one of my favourite people in the world.
Hope she's back blogging soon.
No updates since December 1, 2005. I really hope Em starts writing again.
Six by Nine
Here's hoping Andrea comes back to blogging soon.
Kiwi, great designer, love her sense of humour.
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