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July 22, 2004

free to read blogs

I'm two weeks and a day between jobs today. This afternoon I fed and watered the pets, and escaped into Muncie. Now I'm tucked into a local wi-fi coffee shop, listening to Frou Frou, sucking on the ice cubes left over from an iced latte, and reading a new favorite blog.

I don't know anything about Frou Frou. I think I'm listening to them these days because their music doesn't interfere with my thoughts, which are energetic, swirling, agitated...unemployed.

Walnut street is darkening to an overcast dusk, and the parking spots are filling up on this Thursday evening, as folks straggle in to enjoy the two bars on this street.

Bookmark this: the intrepid and vivacious Dawn Eden has a blog called The Dawn Patrol. Plenty of reasons to like Dawn Eden: she's a headline writer, pop music historian, outspoken conservative voice living in New York, a Christian and a C.S. Lewis reader. Her blog goes back to February of 2002, and she's prolific, so I've got plenty to read. Way to go, Dawn! Keep em' coming.

Posted by joel at July 22, 2004 07:07 PM

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