Monthly Archives: February 2010

DC Blogs Noted

What did you Love or Hate about the Olympics? Snarkshelf offers a list, such as: Love “O, Canada;” Hate the McDonald’s Filet o Fish commercial. Candy Sandwich offers an appreciation of the USA hockey team in the post, Second best. A voyeuristic look at lunch. Life In An Apartment Near Chinatown is a blog by […]

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The latest additions to the dcblogs.com/live feed. Personal Year of Giving The concept is simple. I will give $10 to a different person every day for a year. I will write about the people who I intersect with as well as the truly altruistic experience that I am sure to have!I recently lost my job […]

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Amy in the District, who is Canadian, is disappointed with Canada’s Olympic performance. She writes: There are so many things I love/miss about Canada – but underperforming in sports when it counts the most is not one of them. Why I won’t go to bars in Virginia. Foote Steppes writes from DC. A bigger hall […]

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Reading Doctor Moxie’s latest post may not be easy for anyone who has watched someone close to him/her suffer from dementia, but “Omi” provides a different perspective on this humbling and sad experience. Seeking John Galt posted a “tick-tock” of her break-up with cable television, the sorrow the TV must have felt, and her efforts […]

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Kim of Prosaic Paradise has a unique perspective on the somewhat taboo subject of blogger “microfame” and jealousy. Initial Thoughts encourages us to put the Snowpocalypse behind us and dream of cherry blossoms. Spring has to come sometime, right? DC public transport’s taken so much heat lately, I *almost* feel bad. Metro-Venture changes it up […]

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Need to read something restorative this morning? Blonder Than You gives us “In My Mind Her Name was Faith.” The Year of Giving is a blog that chronicles the author’s personal goal of giving $10 to a different person every day for a year. My goal is not to change the lives of those with […]

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On blogging about other people, Looking2Live writes: For me writing about someone else and getting “caught” is enough to make me physically ill. I never knowingly do it. But sometimes it just happens. Wheaton has seen a rash of business closings, but Just Up The Pike is in a little bit of a shock over […]

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Hannah, Just Breathe traces the arc of her relationship with blogging – casual reader becomes avid reader, reader becomes blogger, one virtual friend leads to others, lines between virtual and real are happily blurred – and suddenly almost five years have passed. It’s the time of year when the number of people afflicted by Seasonal […]

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When I started preparing this round-up, I promised myself that I would avoid snow posts, and V-Day entries. I tossed that notion aside upon reading Lemon Gloria’s Being Home. May we all know that kind of happiness. Mustard Seed Musings shares some thoughts on Fat Tuesday, Lent, and God; musing about the balance of sacrifice […]

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Condo life and the DC Water and Sewer Authority’s shutoff notice. Barry Farm (Re) Mixed Mary Tabor, the writer of Sex after Sixty, shares her news: Sex After Sixty has been discovered by the e-book publisher 3ones. Boats sunk by snow? Apparently. Photos from the Gangplank Marina on the SWDC Blog Life As List discovers […]