Saturday, July 07, 2007

The Thinking Blogger Award

Thanks to Tim's Mom who has given me a Thinking Blogger Award!
Here is the information on The Thinking Blogger Award.
The participation rules are simple:
1. If, and only if, you get tagged, write a post with links to 5 blogs that make you think,
2. Link to this post so that people can easily find the exact origin of the meme,
3. Optional: Proudly display the ‘Thinking Blogger Award’ with a link to the post that you wrote
(I can't do this because my stupid computer is having some kind of problem importing pictures.)
The problem for me is that I really don't read too many blogs. Here are five that I read regularly and find much "thinking" material. I really would like to get out more and explore other blogs but between all of the books I want to read and fighting for computer time, it doesn't look very likely. So, here are my top five, besides Tim's Mom's blog.
These first three, Deputy Headmistress, Cindy and Granny are all slightly older mothers than I am and I have drawn much inspiration from them. I've had the privledge of meeting the DHM in person and talking to Granny on the phone.
4. The Lilting House Melissa inspires me to think of education as a way of Life.
5. Dewey's Treehouse is always full of treats. Lots of frugal ideas from recipes to educational materials and it's a great place to stop in to find out what's going on in the blogosphere.

4 comments:

the {{screaming *penguin}} said...

What? I didn't make the list.
I'll just add it:
the {{screaming *penguin}}
Zach makes me think what good kids I have. He also makes me wonder what he's on while he posts.
JK

Mama Squirrel said...

Oh, thank you so much, MamaLion! Sorry things have been a little slow lately on our blog, between holidays and thunderstorms--and another one seems to be on its way this afternoon. (Thunderstorm, not holiday.)

Granny said...

To show you how slow I've been, I just now saw your post! So glad you thought of me...you're a sweetheart!

MamaLion said...

Hi Granny!
It's really my fault. I just didn't take the time to notify anyone like I think I was supposed to.