Boy, do I have some Tales to Tell...
Thursday, April 27, 2006
 
I am in a bit of a dilemma: I'm trying to decide which blogs I want to link to on my blog.

Certain ones will always be dear to my heart because I have been reading them forever and like them still. Others are new and will be added to the links. There are some who have asked if I would link to them; some I will because I have began to read them regularly, some I may add later. But there are some who no longer update their blog (in some cases, I wish they would) but I feel excluding them would be wrong and mean. And my bigger question is "why am I concerned about excluding people who no longer update their blog?"

Later.
 
Comments:
Tim, one of the beautiful things about having your own website is that you DON'T NEED A REASON for having it look as you like, so throw that guilt out the window, man!
 
I use a blogroll from Best Gay Blogs and since they check for activity (and retire blogs that aren't active) I don't have to worry about it. They will also customize to which groups are included (i.e. no porn sites on mine). All that said, I agree with g8s and quote Napolean Dynamite that you should say "God, I'll do what I want!"
 
I'll update! I promise! Please don't dump me. :)

But please change the link to www.farinaforbreakfast.com since I'll be moving from LiveJournal soon.

I always enjoy your thoughts on the world as well. :)

Later,
Farina
 
Here's a random idea... make a post about which blogs you're excluding & why. That way they are still in your blog if someone reads the backposts.

Did your recent trip to Spain renew some of that Catholic guilt? :)
 
I don't do manual links because it's too much like picking sides for basketball...
 
where do birds sleep at night when tyhere has been a 6 foot fall of snow? there still there in the morning+++++++++++++++++-------------------
 
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