What else is there to read? (Chicago Now blogs I like)

What else is there to read? (Chicago Now blogs I like)
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There are few times when I don’t have at least one book nearby, and I’m usually in the course of reading several — a home book and at least one bus book.

But what about when I sit down at the computer? Good writing abounds here on Chicago Now. Here are some of my favorite (other) blogs and short reviews of why I like them. Thank you, fellow bloggers!

Chicago Weather Watch: Weather Girl’s posts are both analytical and poetic, a rare and delightful combination.

The Quark in the Road: Aquinas Wired’s commentary usually includes poetry, and his observations range from funny to awe-inspiring.

Quilting Sewing Creating: Kathy Mathews’ observations on sewing and other crafts are witty and creative in themselves.

Dutch Alien Lands in the U.S.: Annemarie Verweij writes about her experiences as an immigrant from the Netherlands. Both her observations and her questions are wonderful.

Soapbox Momma: Leslie Kahn’s posts are full of hope, candor and humor — even on the most difficult topics.

For more fun with words, stop by the Margaret Serious page on Facebook.

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  • Thank you for the kind words. I always enjoy your eloquent and imaginative writing!

  • In reply to Weather Girl:

    You're so welcome. I enjoy yours, too!

  • Thank you, Margaret. I'm flattered and honored. BTW, the admiration is mutual.

  • In reply to Aquinas wired:

    You're welcome. I'm blushing.

  • Thank you so much! I can't tell you how much that means to me! I am honored and a little verklempt!
    I enjoy your writing, too, especially since we are both the grammar police!

  • In reply to Leslie Kahn:

    You're welcome, Leslie. Now back to grammar patrolling, right?

  • You are too sweet! I love your appreciation of language and words!

  • In reply to Kathy Mathews:

    Thank you, Kathy. I love your creativity and your own appreciation of words.

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