This is a picture of a bird. I think it might be a guinea fowl but I am only basing that on the fact that it looks like the applique birds in the Quilt Africa book. That's about as near to ornithology as I get. Anyway this bird and a gaggle (go on then, email me about the correct collective noun for applique birds) of faster ones were running around the local lavender farm when, on my playcation, we called into see if their tatty cafe was any less tatty. It was not. We did not stay.
Whatever this bird is, it has nothing to do with this post. Save of course for the bit of the post which is about the fact that the bird is nothing to do with the post. But better not to go there.
This post is about the fact that I have reached the end of the Internet. Those of you who use Google Reader will understand. It ought to be a great relief as, when I had 334 unread posts on Google reader I did feel a bit overwhelmed. However, I confess that I have been weeding down my list, taking out those blogs of which I had tired a little. It felt good to have a little spring clean. Nothing personal about the writers but some blogs which were promising had deteriorated into topics that held less interest for me.
But now I have that white screen, blank save for the stark notice that I have no friends left, I mean, that I have read all my blogs. So, do me a favour will you? Because I have time and inclination to read some good blogs but no time or inclination to trawl through every link on your side bars, (Yup, I'm lazy- so sue me for it.) I'd like it if you recommended one or two of your very favourite blogs that you think I might like. Well written, informational blogs low on baby and pet content. Not even just quilting blogs. Just really good ones. Maybe someone reads a bird watching blog....