Back from the Beach and Guest Post

While I was away from blogging a few months ago, I did appear as a guest writer over at RainDog Blue's place.

It was his blogiversary; seven years!

If you ever want to read what American policing is like, RainDog is one of the best at providing a front row seat.

You can read my post over there entitled Free-Range Kids, by clicking here.

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Note: I have been back from the beach for a few days and somehow am the only person in the family to contract a stomach bug. Stay far away from me! 

16 comments:

Bijoux said...

Feel better!

Pat Hatt said...

Ugg, hopefully the germs scat. Maybe you swallowed some bad sand fleas

Lisa @ Two Bears Farm said...

Stomach bugs are the worst. Hope everyone else stays well.

Bob G. said...

Slamdunk:
OH, I am gonna HAVE to drop by there and read that blog.
Thanks for the head-up.

And get well soon, boss.
(nothing worse than a summer bug)

Roll safe out there.

Stephanie Faris said...

So sorry about the bug. I'm glad you got to enjoy your beach getaway first!

messymimi said...

Hope you feel better very quickly! That's the only good thing about such bugs is that they usually go as quickly as they come.

Theresa Milstein said...

Happy blogiversary!

Gail Dixon said...

Oh no! Hope you feel better very soon. At least you have recent memories of the beach.

Secret Agent Woman said...

Well, tat's not a fun souvenir to bring back from the beach!

lisa said...

Hope you are on the mend. I got the stomach flu four days before our vacation to Mexico in February. Lost 4 pounds....gained for pounds on vacay so I was at net 0! :-)

Gloria Baker said...

Hope you feel better soon:)

ladyfi said...

Hope you feel better soon!

blogoratti said...

Hello and best wishes.

Jessica Lawson said...

Hope you feel better! Good article/post~ I think it can be hard for parents of today to think about what they were allowed to do as kids (I walked to and from school every day with my sisters in elementary school and rode my bike all over the neighborhood) and then not give their kids the same freedoms. As a parent, I look back on the freedom I had and am grateful for it, but there's no way I'd let my young kids walk to school by themselves or hang out at a park alone at a young age. I live in a super safe-feeling community, but still.

Jessica Lawson said...

Hope you feel better! Good article/post~ I think it can be hard for parents of today to think about what they were allowed to do as kids (I walked to and from school every day with my sisters in elementary school and rode my bike all over the neighborhood) and then not give their kids the same freedoms. As a parent, I look back on the freedom I had and am grateful for it, but there's no way I'd let my young kids walk to school by themselves or hang out at a park alone at a young age. I live in a super safe-feeling community, but still.

Chrys Fey said...

I hope you feel better soon! :(