7 and 7 on Saturday, September 2, 2017

Welcome to Labor Day Weekend.  That holiday where we celebrate and support the gains of the American worker.

And as part of my working duties, let me take a few moments to turn my Saturday blog post over to showcase the work of my fellow independent bloggers – first presenting the works of seven community bloggers at the Times Union’s blog portal, and then seven more from my blogroll.

And this week’s cache includes:

  1. Rabbi Matt Cutler’s Congregation Gates of Heaven blog, “A simple act of kindness, thanks to Joan Fontaine: We can all do this.(Read this first.)
  2. Fran Rossi Szpylczyn’s “There Will Be Bread” blog, “Help.
  3. Lale Davidson’s “Out of the Ordinary” blog, “Hurricane Climate Change.
  4. Rob Hoffman’s “Hoffman Files” blog, “Let’s graduate some truly useful graduates.
  5. Jaye McBride’s blog, “Je ne suis pas Charlie!
  6. Gina Peca’s blog, “The golden days of September.
  7. Heather Fazio’s blog, “Opinion: On the Way to Niagara Falls Today.

And now, let’s check the blogroll.

  1. Carl Johnson’s “Hoxsie!” Albany history blog, “Three Stories about William Holding’s Auxetophone.(Read this first.)
  2. Roger Green’s “Ramblin’ with Roger” blog, “Expressing ‘Not My Thing’ on Facebook.
  3. Daniel Berman’s “FUSSYlittleBLOG,” “Hurricane Memories.
  4. Aaron Bush’s “Aaron Knits” blog, “The Perpetually Changing Bobbin.
  5. Silvia Lilly’s “DelSo” blog, “When you wake up and the sky is pink.
  6. J. Eric Smith’s blog, “The Battle of Branxton Hollow.
  7. Lazygal’s “Killin’ Time Being Lazy” blog, “Am I Your Eyeore“?

Have a great day, everybody, and enjoy Labor Day Weekend!


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