Serindipity, Cultural appreciation, Good old Curiosity with BlogDay2006

Here are the Blogs I have selected for BlogDay2006.
As a change i’m going to give ho.lid.ay to posting with a gapingvoid cartoon.
Image by Artist4Eva
Here are the links in the order I found them:

Confessions of a Cardamom Addict by Jasmine from Canada. Nice cardamon recipies. I love the masala chai.
The musings of a juggling mother by Mrs Aginoth from UK
Celebration of Motherhood and more. Blogshare listing got me!
Riding the Slipstream by ChittyChittyBangBang!
From Johannesburg, Gauteng, South Africa. The hitch hiker pitch in the tag line got me. Celebration of humour as we live.
Hidden Haven Homestead by Peggy from North Carolina, United States. Experimenting with the old ways. Like Mahatma Gandhi with goats milk. She is even doing goat’s milk soap! Tactfully combines old methods and new methods like making money through ebay auctions.
Nura’s Thoughts… by Naura from Montreal, Quebec, Canada. A blog by a young lady who has gone through the conundrum of Arab, Western and American culture/education.


About labsji

I blog, Therefore I exist ! Funny things are funny to me. Cool things are cool to me. Innovations tick me. I attempt spirituality religiously :)
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7 Responses to Serindipity, Cultural appreciation, Good old Curiosity with BlogDay2006

  1. peggy says:

    Thank you so much for writing about my blog! The auction isn’t for me to make money it is to raise money for a family thats husband is very ill and has to take expensive medication. ALL the money raised goes to them. People from all over the world donated and are paying the shipping out of their own pocket. I will come back to visit your blog soon! Thanks again

  2. jasmine says:

    Thank you so much for listing me on your Blog Day 2006 post. Very much appreciated and very much an honour 🙂


  3. labsji says:

    Dear Jasmine,
    I’m sure you will not know this cardamom usage. If you know about it, it is even more wornderful.
    India is a land of millions of temples. The service practice varies from region to region and within region ‘school of thought’ to ‘school of thought’. In South Indian Vaishnava Temple they have the practice of giving a spoonful of holy water to each visitor of the sanctum. The holy water is made fragrant with cardamom, Thulasi( Basil). Thus the place will alway be fragrant of mild combination of Cardamon, clove, camphor, and other fragrant flowers.

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