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Annual Blogroll Rundown

It’s been a few months since the last time I shared the new additions to my blog subscriptions with you all (Don’t mind that list in the sidebar. It hasn’t been updated in a while, and the actual list is far longer). So, if you’re looking for something extra to read, here are my suggestions:

Five Cats from Crazy Knitting and cats. Need I say more?
Pink Lemon Twist More knitting and the occasional kitty. Also, water balloons.
Knitting to Stay Sane ‘Nuff said.
Stefanie Japel Knits Because I’m not just an author stalker. I’m a design stalker, too.
Ridiculous Knits The newest addition to my blog reader, this one has some great knits and a whole lot of sarcasm.

Art Nails:
Paint All The Nails! Mostly just inspiration shots.
Nails by Kayla Shevonne Inspiration as well as tutorials–and some downright amazing manicures.

Ohio Archaeology The blog for the Archaeology department of the Ohio Historical Society.
Inside the Conservator’s Art Because I’m a freak who thinks piecing together a shattered, crumbling, 3500 year old copper ewer sounds like fun.
Restorient While the project is now finished, this blog chronicles the conservation of two Japanese scrolls by the Chester Beatty Museum in Dublin, Ireland (well worth a visit if you’re in the area!).

Angie’s Desk Written by one of the Torquere editors, this blog was pointed out to me by Missouri Dalton (whose writer and personal blogs can be found here and here), this blog features a monthly post of open anthology markets, and great information for writers the rest of the time.

Texts from Dog Imagine that someone taught Marmaduke to use an iPhone. Yeah, it’s kind of like that.
Single Dad Laughing I don’t like children. I have no intention of ever having them. But the daily posts on this blog are usually humorous and almost always touching. Share the love, man.
Reasoning with Vampires Tired of Twilight? Dana breaks down both the grammatical mistakes made in this book and why Edward Cullen is creepy and why no teenage girl should ever use Bella Swan as a role model.