Friday, November 17, 2006

Featured BLOG VILLAGER Janey Loree

I've already posted about two of Janey Loree's blogs on our TopList, but this busy lady not only sells online, but she has two more blogs on BLOG VILLAGE that she'd like to share with you.


MUSTANG 'N' COWBOYS


The most important people in my life are my two sons, Travis and Tony, better know as TnT. It was not until after a car accident while moving to the west coast, back surgery a year later, and a move to the San Joaquin Valley, that my guys finally had a chance to own their very own horses.

TnT dreamed of horses all their lives and as a single mom, I didn’t have the means to help their dream come true. Every time we drove by a field with horses in it, we had to stop! My blog, Mustang ‘n’ Cowboys, is a way to journal the experiences that chronicle their dream come true with wild mustangs adopted from the Bureau of Land Management. They work for the Federal Government as Correction Officers at the prison located here in Taft, CA and appreciate the quiet time with their horses.

Interesting Note: I started this blog while TnT were on a pack trip in the Sierra Nevada Mountains. On phone silence from day one, (the cell phone was hidden in the emergency kit somewhere deep in a pannier box on one of the mares), I started this blog on the most trying day of their pack trip…

NOTES THAT TOUCH THE HEART


Because I am nostalgic at heart, I started this blog to have a place to note the things in life that touch my heart. It is my goal to touch your heart while sharing my thoughts on music, poems, T.V. shows, and blog articles that I come across. My heart felt notes will be sad at times, reflective in nature, but with an attempt at lifting your spirits.

After starting this blog, I have found myself looking for the good things in life, instead of dwelling on the bad. The artwork in our banner and on our website is drawn by my mother, Phyllis Mae Richardson Fisher.

I'm sure Janey Loree would appreciate you stopping by her blogs and chatting with her.

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BLOG VILLAGE was established on May 23, 2006, currently with a membership of 217 Villager blogs.

8 comments:

marina said...

Hi, I'm new--backpackermom. i just signed up for blog village, thanks for your personal note. your blog is great and very imformative. i've checked out the featured bloggers and the ping post!
to become a feature blogger, it says send my post to you. i'm new at this, i need to send you the url from my weblog about blog village to you, is that how it works?
thanks

Dirty Butter said...

Hi backpackermom, welcome to BLOG VILLAGE!! If you'd like to be the Featured Villager, just send the write up about yourself or your blog(s) that you'd like for me to post for you. I don't write these, I merely edit, like grammar, if needed, and maybe add a little intro and conclusion. This is just another way to let people know a little about you, plus it's a way to help your blog's Google rank.

Anonymous said...

Rosemary, wishing you and your family and all the US Blog Village members a wonderful Thanksgiving.

Anonymous said...

I didnt find thing that i need... :-(
msn

Anonymous said...

Again thank you for giving us the opportunity to share why we started our blogs. I will be interesting to hear from other VILLAGERS!!!

Anonymous said...

I meant "It will be interesting to hear from other VILLAGERS!!!" I wish that we could spellcheck AFTER we publish!

Dirty Butter said...

It will be interesting to see what the VILLAGERS have to say about why they blog, Janey. And my version of editing after posting is to delete the whole post and try again. Just ask Wheelie Catholic! LOL

Dirty Butter said...

Thanks you, Jackie, for your Thanksgiving Good Wishes. We did have a very enjoyable holiday with all our family under our roof. I enjoyed myself, in spite of a tummy ache that prevented me from eating much of the fancy food.

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