I want to live with a cinnamon girl...
As I walked across the landscape of the blogosphere a couple of nights ago I happened upon a most interesting soul. From the moment I began perusing her profile I couldn’t help but notice how many interests we seemed to share in common. She reads many of the same books I read and it is as if she is a musical clone of what I’ve been listening to for years.
At first I thought she was simply a blog about knitting. There is nothing wrong in blogs about knitting, but I usually prefer blogs with a bit more topical depth to them. However, as I continued reading her older posts I soon discovered how wrong I’d been in my first impression.
By the time I finished reading about her adventures I’d met her well dressed husband, a good friend of hers named Jane and a couple of groovy looking dogs. Oh, did I mention that my new friend is a midwife?
Did I mention that she gardens? How about the fact that she kayaks? Oh, I almost forgot, she travels to exotic places like
Now, I seem to have developed something of a reputation for introducing interesting people to one another on my blog. It just seems to be something I’m good at and if that is my unique blogging talent then I’m happy to contribute to the community in my own small way.
With that being said, I’m kinda of worried about making this introduction. You see, two of my very best blogger friends are wizened wizard and pepper. They are two very special women and both are cut from a different cloth than most of the rest of us. They are true outdoors women. They embody the pioneer spirit of the women’s movement and I love the example they set for younger girls to emulate.
Why am I afraid of introducing them to my new friend? Folks, I get the feeling that when these three women get to communicating back and forth we may never hear from any of them ever again. As much as the rest of you are going to enjoy meeting TutleyMutley, I believe the wizard and pepper are going to fight over who gets to adopt her first.
Well, as usual I’ve made the introductions. Now, it is up to you to stroll over and welcome to the neighborhood a pioneer woman I hope will become the newest member of the wonderful community that seems to be developing around here.
Without further adieu I give you, TutleyMutley.