Thursday, June 7, 2007

An American Cyber-Queen Gets a Royal View: The Day After

From a blogger on the West Coast. It's a great big world indeed.

One word.

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.


Derby said...

It was a lovely day Miss Mimi. I am glad I participated!

Mimi Lenox said...

Hi Derby! Nice to see you again. It is still awesome today!

Travis said...

Thanks Mimi!

I cruised by over 150 blogs last night and I'm off now to see 150 more!

Mimi Lenox said...

Travis - It's so much fun discovering these new sites and viewpoints. In my mind it's still Dona Nobis Pacem day.

Empress Bee (of the High Sea) said...

mimi darling girl, are you still awake??? you must be exhausted honey! take a little nap, naps are wonderful, just ask ME!! ha ha you had a wonderful turn out, you worked so very hard, and you were so successful. all i can say to anyone not flying a globe, poohey! (well except the dubs who we all know is in transit and will proudly do so when he returns to the land of the living). to the rest of us, i raise my glass (of iced tea) in salute to you!

big smiles, bee

Mimi Lenox said...

Bee! I've been awake for days it seems with truly little sleep in between. But I'm winding down little by little and getting to enjoy taking more time with each site I visit. Bee, they are so awesome...the globes...the posts. I'm so proud of everyone.

Including you!
An ice-tea toast to you, Miss Bee.

Anonymous said...


It was a truly wonderful, fun, and exciting event, so many people and kitties coming together for love and peace. It was more heartwarming and inspirational than I could ever do justice to in words.

Thank you so much for everything you have done. People like you and all these wonderful souls here in the blogosphere help keep up my hope and faith in humankind! :)

Love and hugs,


Anonymous said...

Dear Mimi,

Huge purrs and snuggles and kittyhugs to you! The Blog Blast for Peace has been one of the finest phenomenons I have ever seen.

Love and happy meows,

Marilyn MonREOW

Mimi Lenox said...

Thomma Lynn It's been so nice to get to know you through this movement. I have quickly become a fan. Thanks for participating in your first BlogBlast for Peace.

Finest of life to you and yours,

Mimi Lenox said...

Marilyn - You and your blog crack me up! Your globes are so cute and I love the humor concept. Great posts and so glad to meet you in cyberspace.

Peace to you and yours,

Linda said...

I am so glad that the day turned out so well and that there were so many peace globes gazing out from pages all over the Blogosphere.

You have done a very good thing and you deserve some very good rest!

RennyBA said...

Your a powerful example of that blogging connecting people and this time for a wonderful course!
Thanks for taking the initiative!
Peace to you and the one you love - and everyone else in this wonderful blogsphere:-)

that frolicsome kid said...

There is a lot peace posts out there in the blogosphere, and I have only checked out a few of them. Going to venture to some more and read their peace posts. It's nice to know that people are concerned with the instability of the world's peace, and the need to restore it. Thank you, Mimi, for coming up with such a gregarious movement. Kudos to you! =D

Patti said...

Mimi, the BlogBlast was wonderful and I thank you for it.
I'm so glad I found you in the blogosphere.

Congratulations on a stupendous job and now it's time for a little R&R for you dear!

The Meezer Gang said...

Thank you for stopping by our blog! It's like having an Internet Celebrity visit us!!!

Mimi Lenox said...

Linda - Thank you.I can't rest til I get to NE. Then it's snooze time for me.

Mimi Lenox said...

Rennyba - Thank you. It's nice to make your cyber-acquaintance. Hope you enjoyed BlogBlast as much as I did - and still am! Peace.

Mimi Lenox said...

Frolicsome - You were here for the first BlogBlast. I just saw your globe and it is gorgeous. Thanks for participating.

Mimi Lenox said...

Meezer Gang - Blushing.

But do go on.

Mimi Lenox said...

Just kidding.

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