If my blog is dull then maybe you'll like some of my friend's blogs better:

I just discovered that a fine fiber-artist I know (her felted creations are fabulous) has a blog where she posts patterns and instructions for how to sew and knit things, mostly for kids but I saw some things for adults, also. Darlene calls her blog Natural Violet for her sweet late kitty.

My husband Terry just started a blog he calls Terrynomics. He writes about serious economic policy issues, it shocks me how different his blog is than mine. It's not that I have different opinions than he does about economic policy (although there are some minor aspects we disagree on), but I just can't imagine being able to put together such well-researched and comprehensive posts. Needless to say, he spends considerably less time playing video games than I do.

I just "friended" on facebook one of my old high school classmates, Lisa Grenier (nee Harmon). She has a blog, mostly about her five kids. She homeschools them so they have lots of fun activities, she's got cute quotes from them, and lots of pictures. They're absolutely adorable!

While going through my email spam folder, I came across a not-spam change-of-email-address note from an old acquaintance, Gillian Gutenberg. She's got an entertaining blog called Ultra Fine Flair. She's moving to Argentina soon, so I expect her blog will be far more exotic than mine.

Cindy Dodge is my sister who writes about her life with newborn twins.

Gil's Obsessions are travel and pop culture. He posts a lot about airplanes, airlines, and airports, he's traveled a zillion miles and has probably been through more airports this year than you've been through your entire life.

Billy Smash belongs to my friend Billy who works for the BBC and lives in London (formerly from NYC). He writes about all kinds of things in a highly opinionated way, heavy on politics.

Anthony Giglio doesn't have a blog, per se, but he does have a site that shows his books, etc.

Chock-A-Blog is written by Tom Carter of NYC-- I met him through Book Club, but I don't remember if he was actually in the Book Club or just friends with Book Clubbers.
Love It All Above is written by James Leventhal who I haven't seen since he left NYC years ago but now we play Scrabulous together through Facebook.

Anika & Mackenzie Dodge are my twin nieces, my sister blogs and pretends her kids are making the entries. . .