By: A guy named Jeremy – “I love zombies and this site once was an all-zombie site. Now, it is more of an all-things RETRO from books, art, ads, etc.”
What blog is about – Zombies, books, art, retro topics or things.
Featured post – Gone… 1980-1984 Part: One – Cancelled TV shows from 1980-1984.
Ok, I think I might have skipped over these years. I should remember more than two of the shows on this huge list. I remember “Charles in Charge” and how I thought it was not entertaining. I also remember “V,” and I loved it! I have always loved science fiction. On weekends I keep the TV in my room usually on the SyFy channel and just watch whatever comes on as I walk in and out cleaning. The older the better! I love watching spaceships come across the screen on a string. But really, this is a huge list of shows I missed completely. – Darla Lindauer
5. Mystiqueparanormal’s Blog
By: Samantha M. is the one assigned to this post, but it seems there might be other contributors. Samantha says, “Please enjoy our blogs, which we are aiming to post on a weekly basis at this time!”
What blog is about – Paranormal activity, ghosts and investigations.
Featured post – HELP! My House is Haunted – “Always keep in mind that what we think of as ‘ghosts’ are actually just people without bodies.”
When I read about these things, part of it I do believe in and part of it I think is funny. I believe there are demons and angels amongst us. I believe that some things we do can allow more access to demons than others, but I do not think it is limited to Ouija boards and tarot cards and other objects related. I believe the only reason they could work is because people believe in it. My best friend, Jalaine, laughs at me because I tell her if someone believes hard enough, even a pretty hair ribbon could be the link to welcome a demon in. The part where I start thinking things are funny is the recipes to be cured of demons. I am not a ritualistic person; I will just stick to praying. – Darla Lindauer
6. Wild about Ants
By: Roberta Gibson – “I am an entomologist and writer.” She studied carpenter ants as a graduate student at Cornell University.
What blog is about – Ants. That is it. Well, I did see a few pictures of bees, but I am sure an ant was in there somewhere.
Featured post – Planet Ant – Life Inside the Colony – “They have taken an entire leafcutter ant colony and placed it into a very large, very cool ant farm.”
I am so amazed at just how much there is to say about ants. My first thought was, this is the craziest topic to blog on. I personally spray to keep them out of my house and, as long as it works, I have not given ants a second thought. Now, I cannot seem to stop watching this documentary. So, either they did the documentary very well or I really am interested in it. I think it is both. Did you know a queen ant can lay up to 30,000 eggs or more a day! This is the site if you ever have a question about ants! Enjoy. – Darla Lindauer
7. Gina’s Skinny Recipes
By: Gina Homolka – “Raised on Long Island, I’m a busy mom of two girls, and I currently reside in Oceanside, NY, with my husband and children. My food philosophy is to eat seasonal, clean, whole foods and maintain good portion control.”
What blog is about – healthy, low-fat, family-friendly recipes.
Featured post – Hot and Spicy Buffalo Shrimp Dip – “Move over buffalo wings, this hot and cheesy shrimp dip will have everyone going back for more!”
When I saw this picture and saw the word shrimp, I thought I was dying and going to heaven. I love cheese, hot things and shrimp. I think my mission in life is to try any kind of dip that is related to queso. I eat chips and dip, nachos every week a few times. I might not eat anything else but healthy stuff all week, but I will eat chips and some kind of queso. I have definitely found a new blog to follow! – Darla Lindauer
Compiled by Darla Lindauer. If you would like your or someone else’s blog to be considered for this column, email firstname.lastname@example.org