Yawn. Rise and shine. Up and at ’em. Pour a cup of coffee and let’s get this day started.
Oh yeah. It’s Thursday. And you all know what that means, don’t you?
Well, of course you do. That’s when you sit down in front of your computer, and after you’ve checked the baseball scores (what, the Mets are winning? Have I entered Bizarro World?), played a few round of Candy Crush, and tried to Google search that weird dream you had last night, you swing by my blog page and… check out the blogs of ten of my fellow Times Union community bloggers.
Got some good ones this week, I’m very sure you’ll enjoy them. Today’s blog list includes:
- Crash N. Carrie in the Roller Derby blog, “Vulnerable little stars and their families need your help.” (Read this first.)
- Chad Polenz in the Comic Book Multiverse blog, “The epitome of 1990s comic book ads.“
- Aray Montalvan’s “Kaleidoscope Ink” blog, “Dear Corporate America, please don’t corrupt my homeland.“
- Mary Martin’s “A Good Enough Life” blog, “Trouble afoot: dementia and consensual sex.” (and the follow-up: “Henry Rayhons ‘Not Guilty.’“
- Rob Hoffman’s “Hoffman Files” blog, “Son, pick any college you want … under $20,000 per year.“
- Rev. Sam Trumbore’s blog, “On Being an Advocate For the Earth.“
- Brian Huba’s “Cat’s Pajamas” blog, “Teeny-tiny Tania Harris.“
- Lawrence White’s “Field of View” blog, “Saratoga seeks to protect artists and businesses.“
- Christopher Marblo’s Arts Center of the Capital Region blog, “Creative foolishness.“
- Assemblyman Jim Tedisco’s blog, “On Earth Day, Assembly goes digital.“
So I hope everybody has a great day today, and enjoys these moments as we get closer to the weekend. Have fun, everyone! And if you’ve seen a great post by a Times Union community blogger and you think it deserves inclusion in next week’s “Ten for Thursday” recap, by all means drop a note in the comments section of today’s blog post!