Yesterday's BlogBlast for Peace was incredible.
Bloggingham Palace is still abuzz today with globes overhead trying to make it in for a landing. The blogosphere is full of dancing blue balls of peaceful vibes and messages of hope. The official day has passed but in some parts of the world they're a tad behind schedule, so if you still want to submit a peace globe - or may still be struggling to create one like some I heard from today - please, by all means, continue to send them in! The site was so bogged down yesterday, as was my ability to answer emails and assist people, that I'm extending the deadline for a few days yet.
PLEASE leave a comment to let me know you've participated along with the url and name of your blog. I don't want to miss any and this is a daunting task.
Stay tuned. This evening I'm working on the gallery, answering comments and solving technical issues. I also want to get an official count and location list. If you have some extra time and would like to make a few peace globes for folks, please write and let me know. Mary Lynn (Missy, KC & Bear) made over 25 globes yesterday for artistically-challenged fellow bloggers bogged down with the details. Thank you, ML!
Be back soon to report and reflect. Aren't these lovely?
Thanks to all who participated. It is like Christmas at Bloggingham Palace this week as I "open" new posts and globes. I hope you will place your peace globes in the sidebars of your sites as a reminder of this day and BlogBlasts to come. Carry on, my little peace bloggers, carry on.
This is Mimi Pencil Skirt reporting live from the lovely land of the peace globes.