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A Walk on the Cyberside

Everyday I take a cyber walk. There are certain places I skip right by — and there are other places I linger. I want to tell you about some of the places I linger.

I always stop by Tina’s Place. Her blog isn’t really geared for public entertainment. It is more of a letter to her friends. It keeps us up to date on her personal happenings.

The next stop in my cyber jaunt is The Ragamuffinwriter’s Place. Here my heart is always warmed as my host shares his love of both God and his family in a real, honest, and often humorous way.

From there I amble to, Glimpses Intangible a place of grace, peace and beauty. This is my cyber sanctuary. Here my spirit is coddled.

After leaving my cyber sanctuary I’m ready for a bit of space travel, so I stop by Quasar 9. Math and science are spoken here — but most of the time I find the day’s presentation written at novice level, so I understand just fine and even learn a little.

With just two clicks of the mouse I bound out of Quasar 9 and into Controlled Chaos. Here you will find displayed some awesome nature photography, some personal experiences, and some opinions about life, politics, religion and the world in general.

Finally we arrive at the final stop on my permanent cyber route. Those of you who know me well, know I love sarcasm, exaggeration, a well turned phrase and The Concept of Irony. All can be found in this blog — and each is done exceedingly well. Our host, Justin Kahn puts on a splendid show of narcissism, but he is not too enamored with himself to poke fun at his own flukes and foibles, and invite us to join in the laughter.

Each of these cyber sites has a strong commonality. They are all infused with a spirit of humor and a love of life. Take a walk on the cyber side. Follow my path or make your own. There are strange new worlds out there awaiting your discovery.

Quilly is the pseudonym of Charlene L. Amsden, who lives on The Big Island in Hawaii. When she is not hanging out with Amoeba, she is likely teaching or sewing. Or she could be cooking, taking photographs, or even writing. But if she's not doing any of that, she's probably on Facebook or tinkering with her blog.


  1. Hi Charlene, nice guided tour. A diversity of Minds, imagination, thoughts, feelings and emotions. Thanks for including me on your travels and ‘guided tour’ list.

  2. We had OPUS 17 a “band” from Royston, playing on Jesus Green Sunday afternoon for children & those not so hot on soccer World Cup. You would’ve loved it. But you (or I) can not be in two places at once. I must get a camera. You got any pics of your Sunday?

    PS – light showers today water the parched grass, and those burnt BBQ patches. saves having to use hoses, now we got a ban. lol!

  3. I stopped by for a visit. Thanks for the lovely comments, hope I won’t let you down. Can you do anything about visiting home? Keep a dance in your heart! I will exlore the other blog sites.

  4. Justin: I love the way you complimented us both in your response. Nicely done.

    Q: I am taking your first comment as a compliment to my mental diversity. (Justin’s isn’t the only ego in cyber space.) AND — yes, I have pics, but they are mostly of the Pastor and his wife. They are moving to Arizona so we had a potluck feastible to say good bye.

    Pauline: On the off chance you post a poem that doesn’t communicate with my soul, I will just go back to the ones that do. The great thing about a poem is that everytime one reads it, it says something new. So — it is already too late for you to disappoint!

  5. Wow! Thanks so much for the plug. I really do appreciate it. It’s feels good to put a face (in a cyber kind of way) with the hits on the site.

    Even bloggers enjoy a little human interaction from time to time.


  6. Thanks for the attention, quilldancer. It’s great to have a friend out here in the blogosphere. I really like the other sites you mentioned, too. Glad you pointed them out!

    Thanks again!

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