Time for me to offend someone by not mentioning them in a review of my blog roll, or by mentioning them. In order of when they were added to my always read blogs. Sorry no links. You can work it out.
Daniel Bowen, reasonable, consistent and always interesting and a good mix of social comment, rant, family, transport and personal. Take a bow Daniel as you are my original blogger.
Andy at Spatula City, not a frequent poster but always worth reading when he does post. He hates everybody and is happy to tell them so.
Rob at Roborant. Very in tune with my views of the world.
His Excellency at There Ain't No Sanity Clause. With age comes wisdom, or sometimes being just too damn clever for the rest of us. As if I need any cynicism added to my life.
Jahteh at Copperwitch. Women can be odd creatures when they flick from dresses to hard science with ne're a post in between. Recommended.
Dearest Rosanna at Practically Perfect. She isn't perfect and she will quickly tell you so. My idea of an interesting old age is too have lots of intelligent and interesting young people around me. Rosanna would be at the top of my list.
Jo and Robyn at Bitches Closet. Bah, they quickly got a handle on me. Don't expect quantity, but when the girls post, it is good.
Ann at Guru Ann. Interesting for what she does post. I wish she wasn't constrained by her position as a local councillor and we could hear the real story.
Steph at Much Ado About Sumthin. If Daniel is the male blog guru, Steph is the female version. That she is young and attractive helps I suppose, but that is nothing to do with why I devour her posts.
Cazzie at I don't do Mornings. Wife, mother of four, part time worker, living in the burbs. Sounds boring? She is not, and a big blog elephant stamp to Cazzie.
Daisy Jo at He Loves Me, He Loves Me Not. I have always wanted an American net friend. Have I found one? I reckon so. She is kewl and while very American, also un American too, the highest compliment I could pay her.
Ren at To Reign in Hell, so full of what makes us what we are. Kind, not so kind, frail yet confident. Attitude aplenty.
Anne O'Dyne at Bwca Dysthymia. What a history she has. You just have to know where to look.
Oh my god, as the younguns say. I just realized there is someone who I haven't added to my blog list yet and yet she is fantabulous and in competition with Steph for the most comments on her posts. Keshi at Viva Forever.
Is it shallow to read a persons persons blog because they look interesting in their avatar? Of course it is but that is what first attracted me to her blog. It is early days, but boy does she write well, and unlike me, she checks her facts before putting finger to key. Not sure that I can cope with such a careful person. So do check out That's So Pants.
If you are not in this post and would like to be on the next one of the same variety, you just need to cuddle up a bit more.