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Posted Jun 25 2009 12:00am
I’ve been meaning to do this for a while, but I hate posting links so only getting around to it now. If the links don't work copy and paste them cos I don't know how to fix them.
I want to mention and thank all the people who follow my blog, some of whom comment here regularly.
So in no particular order, here goes
Darragh Doyle
Linked to all his followers a while ago, which is where I stole the idea. I find his blog inspiring and although he doesn’t blog as much as he used too its still great stuff! He is a professional blogger, who can tell a great story and does some nice interviews too.
Check out his sight

Clive’s Blog
About his life and work as an Irish assistance dog, helping a boy with autism, is my favourite recent discovery. It is informative, entertaining and updated regularly. I really hope it’s a contender for an Irish blog award next year.

Darren Byrne
Is a very funny man, who can tell a great story. He is currently on Big Brother, but is keeping us all updated on activities in the house on his blog.

Kirk’s photo blog
Has a photo for every day of the year, with some ramblings in between. I can’t appreciate the pictures properly but that doesn’t mean they aren’t good!

Blogs about opinions and personal bias, from the wonderful world of autism. \its another great read.

the life of a lost girl
Is a lovely simple diary of personal life and the search for employment. Her happy personality and appreciation for the simple things in life always makes me smile.

Often comments here. I met her about 18 months ago for a project I was doing in Belfast. A few months ago she found my blog, contacted me to say hi and now she visits this blog regularly. She recently wrote a nice article about “the not so accessible public transport network”, and you can read it and check out her blog over at

Cruisin with Cricket
Is Becky’s blog about how she “sees life through an adorable guide dog, Cricket-a 4-year old yellow lab. She describes herself as a “(blind from retinitis pigmentosa) 40 something woman, wife, mom, daughter, friend and marriage & family therapist. Her blog is great.

Is training to be An assistance dog in the Us. So is
And the dogs on
the Brax blog

perspectives from a blind point of view
Is Alena Roberts’ blog. She describes it as “A blog dedicated to how I see the world as a 20 something blind woman, as well as news inportant to the blind community. Not all of my opinions will be based on my disability, but I hope to bring a new perspective to the blogging world.”

And last but not least, check out the adventures of
the Karensbrae terriers

I like the diversity of people who follow what myself and O J get up too. Hopefully someone will discover a new blog that they like by looking at some of these links, and new followers are always welcome!
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