One mushy Monday Morning in February 2010, a kindergarten teacher mourned having to stay home from school because of snow. Maybe I should make an effort to start a blog she thought to herself. She grabbed a muffin and made herself sit down at the computer to muddle over making a start at compiling a blog.
A month passed and she began making new blogging friends. There was Tree at Mother of Pearl who "made me laugh with her marvelous sense of humor." said the teacher. "She even made an effort to give me an award but I was so new I didn't know what to do with it." But the teacher didn't stop marveling there.
With an a-mused smile, she continued "My community of blogging buddies continued to grow as I added Genny at My Cup To Yours who makes me laugh, meditate and sometimes even misty as she blogs about parenting and friendship. My Life As A Mom who blogs about Mommy's night out and month long events, Midday Escapades who blogs about building muscles, Messy Mommy who blogs about movie Mondays, Momma Drama who blogs about messy boo boos, Melissa from Living the Life of Riley who met the Jonas Brothers, Amy at Chapters Of Me who blogs about being the best Mommy she can be, and Aging Mommy all make me laugh about their adventures in Mommyland."
"More time went by and I became attached to reading Bernie's On My Own and Anne at Choices because they make such sweet blogging friends, Substitute Teacher's saga's musings on writing and substituting, I've Become My Mother where Kelly muses on everything from her teenage daughter to her faith, and Debbie Doos blogging about everything from mudrooms to Mommyhood, and Shell who makes my eyes mist when she blogs about cancer snuffing out the life of a precious toddler."
"Now, I have stumbled upon the marvelous musings of Jenny Matlock who materializes into a school matron on Thursdays to make us all journey through the alphabet. And that, my friend is the conclusion of my marvelous musings on my new adventures in blogging via Alphabet Thursday!" she said to me with a gleam in her eye. "Moreover, I suggest you not remain motionless and make time to visit these many multi-faceted worthwhile blogging buds of mine." she said with moistened eyes. And with that, she skipped off to Mrs. Matlock to turn in her paper for a grade and to read Stir Fry Awesomeness by Traci so she would know what to make for dinner that night!