7 and 7 on Saturday, October 28, 2017

By the time you read this, I’ll be on an airplane, returning to the 518 / 838 after a few days visiting my son.  Fun trip, did a lot of things.

But Saturday is reserved for my fellow bloggers, including seven from the Times Union’s great community blogging crew, and seven from my blogroll.

Let’s see what we have, shall we?

  1. Lale Davidson’s “Out of the Ordinary” blog, “Free speech on and off the job.
  2. Roger Green’s “Information Without the Bun” blog, “What the heck’s going on with Honest Weight?
  3. Rob Hoffman’s “Hoffman Files” blog, “Seeking your input … sort of.
  4. Christine McCue’s “My Cape Is On Backorder” blog, “All Hail the End of October.
  5. David Kalish’s “The Ruminator” blog, “After 18 harrowing hours, our blind dog is found.
  6. Andrew Joyce’s blog, “The people of Albany pity an Onion writer’s quiet mystery.
  7. Stacy Morris’ blog, “Dairy-free apple pudding.

And now let’s visit the blogroll, shall we?

  1. Daniel Berman’s “FUSSYlittleBLOG” blog, “The Leftovers that Sabotaged My Diet.
  2. Rob Madeo’s “Keyboard Krumbs” blog, “Ink Stained Retch.”
  3. J. Eric Smith’s poetry and literature blog, “Yet Another 10,000 Words (Chicago #4).
  4. Lazygal’s “Killin’ Time Being Lazy” blog, “Lazy Thoughts.
  5. Silvia Lilly’s “DelSo” blog, “How to spend 24 houwrs in the Adirondacks.
  6. Carl Johnson’s “Hoxsie!” Albany history blog, “Peter Kiernan Sr. and Other Oarmen.
  7. Roger Green’s “Ramblin’ with Roger” blog, “Cancer of the White House Poisons General Kelly.

Have a great day, everybody, and I’ll see you when I get back home!

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