Best of our TU Independent Blogs, February 23, 2017: Ten for Thursday

Ready to go out sunshining today?

Yeah, that ought to be fun.

But before the sun rises and you get started on this great day…

Take a moment and peruse some of the Times Union’s quality community and independent bloggers and read what they have to say.

You will enjoy it.  Trust me on this.

And this week’s gathering of great gleaning includes:

  1. Jaye McBride’s blog, “Milo and Jaye.(Read this first.  I mean it.)
  2. Lale Davidson’s “Out of the Ordinary” blog, “Her life depends on the end of an argument.
  3. Deb Best’s “Best for Success” blog, “Does Anyone Use CD-ROMs Anymore in Business and at Work?
  4. Walter Ayres’ “Faith in the Public Square” blog, “The homily.
  5. Katie Lembo in the “This Is College?” blog, “Learning rom an American icon.
  6. Susanne Marie Poulette’s blog, “Conference down the rabbit hole: curiouser and curiouser.
  7. Richard Guthrie’s “Birding” blog, “Yikes Shrikes.
  8. Michael Wayne in the “Holistic Health” blog, “What’s Making Teens Obese? Hint: It’s Not the Lack of Exercise.
  9. Sonja Stark’s “PilotGirl” blog, “Hidden views from the Helderbergs.
  10. Peter Bowden in the “Gardening” blog, “Keeping spring on schedule.

How’s that for some cool reading on what may turn out to be a warm day? 😀

Have a great day, everybody, and enjoy the independent and community bloggers on the Times Union’s blog portal!