Friday, October 12, 2007

Where to find the women bloggers

It was a wonderful surprise to come back to my blog after being sick for a few days and find that I had been included on something called “ 100 Women Blogging on Politics.” My blog has been such a fun, creative outlet for me that it is truly an honor when I am reminded that anyone else out there in the world is stopping to take the time to read what I have to say.

I do truly try to stay informed and only post things that I have researched (that is, I try to never post anything that smells of “rumor,” unless of course, it's concerning the possibility of Jenna Bush being pregnant, because the hypocricy of that would just be too wonderful). I try to alert you to news stories that you may not have heard in the mainstream media, and I hope that above all, I give you something new to think about.

However, I'm fully aware that this blog is still basically an outlet for my opinions, no matter how informed they may be. So, thank you for reading, and thank you for commenting. I encourage you to check out InformedVoters, which created the list (now at almost 200), and also to check out the sites on the list. It's a wide variety, from Michelle Malkin to, well, me!

2 comments:

Catherine Morgan said...

The best part of putting this list together, was discovering all the other women out there blogging on political issues important to them.

So many women, and so many voices. Isn't that great?

Thanks for your kind acknowledgment of my post. I plan on working diligently this weekend to find the last 15 blogs to take the list over 200. If you know of anyone I've missed, please let me know.

I hope you are feeling better.

PookyShoehorn said...

Thanks Catherine!