Friday, December 14, 2007
Disability Blog Carnival #28 is up NOW!
[Photo description from Andrea: "Description: a photo of part of my desktop, a faux-oak surface with several items lined up along the back edge, (left to right) a clear green plastic desk lamp; a piece of mirror glass on the desk holding the quartet of a green-swirled globe of art glass from Scotland, a faceted crystal, and a small green beaded keepsake tin, and a purple glass tray with green beach glass from the North sea and pieces of granite from Loch Ness; a green glass bottle; several clear green plastic desk accessories including a stapler, tape dispenser, page holder, a tool caddy with green scissors and pens and suchlike, and in front of these is an electric mug-warmer with an old mug bearing the inscription, “SAVE THE EARTH (IT’S THE ONLY PLANET WITH CHOCOLATE)”. The photo has the post title added in the blank area near the top that reads, “A FEW OF OUR FAVORITE THINGS”."]
Andrea at Andrea's Buzzing About returns to hosting the Carnival with a holiday-appropriate theme, "A Few of Our Favorite Things"--so, for some last-minute shoppers, consider tasty hot dogs; a moped-taxi; a Ted; books, movies, art, TV shows and music with disability themes; photographs of autumn leaves; and the Teen Possibles (no, you can't give them as a gift--but their blog brims with friendship and fun and art and energy, and everyone can use a little of that elixir in the depth of winter, eh?).
Next edition of the Disability Blog Carnival will be hosted by Connie Kuusisto at the [with]TV blog--she set the theme, "Disability in the Media: Tell us of your experiences and/or your impressions." Connie welcomes submissions by email, and you can also use the blogcarnival.com form, or leave comments here or there, for consideration.
Anyone want to host a spring carnival? I'm now recruiting hosts for March, April, and May. Email me or leave a comment here and we'll work out a schedule. Hosting the Carnival is a commitment of time and energy, but it's also fun, and it helps the rest of us keep track of what's new and interesting out there.