Life Philosophy 101 for the Squirrelly Senior Citizenshttp://mylifephilosphy.blogspot.com/
Who says seniors can't use the Internet? From the mind of senior Jonathan Hemlock comes his life philosophy for seniors blog, offering hilarious observations about getting old and just what to do about it.
Far From Camelothttp://www.farfromcamelot.blogspot.com
I am a daughter, wife and stay-at-home mother to a 2 year old little boy, who is our only child. In my 3rd decade, balance and happiness have finally come into my life with a little help from my parents and a lot of help from my faith. I have been writing all my life but new to publishing. My first gig was contributing to a weekly mom’s advice column in a local online paper. Currently I’m writing for Raising Boys World with an emphasis on raising onesie children. I’m finding that blogging and all that the online community entails is where I need to be. Life has changed me but my passions have stayed the same; The South is my conditioning, history is what keeps my attention and Spring Training is what gets me through the winter.
Not Appropriate for All Audienceshttp://www.notappropriate4.blogspot.com
Keeping Shit Real and Alienating my Relatives: A blog about bitches, douche-bags, finding the funny, and my formerly hot ass! Fans of David Sedaris and Jenny Lawson should check out this newest laugh out loud blog.
NOT FOR THE FAINT OF HEART, or morally strong people. Or people with any type of good judgment whatsoever. Really just follow me as I wade through this shit hole that is my life. Should be funny, might be interesting, could be sad, will be true, and most definatly will make you think about how much of a better person you are than me. Enjoy.
Domestic history with a twist of humor. Served straight up, with a large order of retro ads, since 2008. Also retro recipes, humorous verse (which all began with "Menswear Haiku," based on a 1960s ad), and the odd novelty bow tie (especially the kind that light up and were advertised in Popular Mechanics in the 1930s).