The Power of the 14th
(It's that big month again! One year ago I got engaged,
in less than half a year I'll be wed- yikes! In a good way.)
Welcome to all new Blender Readers, hope you'll click on through
and find something that speaks to you.
At the risk of being accused of shameless self-promotion,
if you haven't already, you might enjoy checking out
kisrael.com, a daily
weblog I've started. I think it has some of the same
spirit of the early 'Blender.
Anyway, this month's Ramble is courtesy of Galadrial
and you should check out the full version of the top of the page quote
Front Page Picks
- from The 2000 Year Old Man
By Brooks / Reiner
The full version of the top of the page quote.
- For James
By Leanne Scorzoni Scorzi@yahoo.com.
"For a love I once had that I knew I couldn't keep"
- Not one more Night
By Stands with a Smile.
A wee bit melodramatic, but I've been thinking about this kind of attitude more and more.
Deevaa claims this is a repost. I think it's the twist at the end that makes it work for me.
A melancholy, almost prose piece.
- They never forget
By Michael (pruner) and Princess Zelda (planter) - email@example.com.
A dialog, an edited transcription from chat.
- virginia rain
By sarah firstname.lastname@example.org.
I really like the opening to this prose piece.
- Singing to Siwash
By Toklas email@example.com.
Another amazing opening.
By the guppy.
Another work play with ideas of time.
- from Zigzag Street
By Nick Earls. Submitted by Riggs.
an extract from Zigzag Street by Nick Earls
- Shaping My Soul
Another work of prose, a tale of solid old values.
- Square Dance
By Misti Lake.
A tale from Texas.
- Just another heart
Another piece by the illustrious and illustrated Dee.
Heart on Sleeve Corner
- 561 more heartsongs sent to the Blender last month.