Blawg Review Goes to the Races
When I hear the number "101," I think of an introductory college course in just about anything. When Kentucky divorce lawyer Diana L. Skaggs hears that number, she conjures up images of dalmatians. So when asked to host Blawg Review 101, those black-spotted dogs were her first thought for a theme. Problem was, Blawg Review 99 had already doggedly pursued the canine connection. This being springtime in the Bluegrass State, Skaggs had another idea -- breed dalmatians to horses and race them! Thus, she writes, "for blawg carnival, it is no stretch for us to host a race of dalhmorses, or shall we call them horsatians?"
Whatever you call them, they sure can run. Skaggs takes us on a tour of the week's best blawg posts, from the starting gate to the finish line. Along the route, she also manages to provide a lesson in how to host Blawg Review -- a lesson I might call Blawg Review 101.
Posted by Robert J. Ambrogi on March 26, 2007 at 06:30 PM | Permalink
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