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Update, 11 January: I've added the list to the bottom of the post. If I missed you, made a mistake on your site address or name, or included you in error, please let me know!

We had some fierce storms yesterday. At one point, it seemed like our house might have been hit by lightening. It wasn't, but something electrical nearby was because we were without power for over 24 hours. It's amazing how something can have ramifications beyond the obvious. No power means no lights and tv and computer, obviously, but it also, in our house, means no oven, no heat, and no shower.

I mention this by way of apology - yesterday, I was going to visit all the Fun Monday participants to welcome you all to the new assignment. I'm running a little behind my schedule but at least the power will hopefully co-operate now and on Monday.

Now, the reason you're here: the topic for Fun Monday on 14 January. I want to hear about a web site and not just about any old web site. I want to hear about a web site that's changed your life. A web site that you can't live without. A web site whose inventor you'd like to see win a McArthur Genius Grant.

Maybe you want to sing the praises of a dating web site for helping you meet your spouse. Maybe the only thing getting you through the dark days of winter is an Internet comic. No story is too big, no story is too small - I want to hear it all on Monday.


  1. Fianna - Fianna, Fianna, Fianna
  2. Gattina - Writer Cramps
  3. Chris B - Ms Cellania
  4. Tiggerlane - Tiggerlane, the Neophyte Blogger
  5. Lil Mouse - The Name Was Over the Door
  6. Mama Speak - Mommy Speak
  7. Mama Lang -
  8. Sandy - Myanderings
  9. Alix - DC Days
  10. Kaytabug - Lady K
  11. Crown Princess - Ooh, a Shiny Pen
  12. Kaycie - Lost in the Bible Belt
  13. Nikki - My Husband Calls Me Weird
  14. Wake Up and Smell the Coffee - Wake Up and Smell the Coffee
  15. Sirdar - Sirdar
  16. Christine- Are We There Yet
  17. Karina - Candid Karina
  18. Laurie - Three Dog Blog
  19. Linda - Straight Up and Slightly Dirty
  20. SwampAngel65 - A Florida Journal
  21. Nanny Kim - Nannykim
  22. My 4 Kids - My 4 Kids
  23. Robin - Pensieve
  24. Alison - RDH Mom
  25. Peter - Holties House
  26. Ped Crossing - Misadventures of Adulthood
  27. Emma in Canada - A Question of Sanity
  28. Karisma - Karisma and Kids
  29. Hootin' Anni - Hootin' Anni's
  30. Stwidgie - Why Don't You Write
  31. The Food Snob - The Food Snob
  32. Cynthia - Dahhhling I love you but give me Park Avenue...
  33. Joy T. - A Spot of T
  34. Amy - Accidental Akronite
  35. Jo Beaufoix - This is
  36. Bs - The First of Six
  37. Southern Doll - Tales of a Southern Doll
  38. Monica - And I'll Raise You Five
  39. Aoj & the Lurchers - The Lurchers
  40. Lisa - Lisa's Chaos
  41. Sauntering Soul - Sauntering Soul
  42. The Very Nice Man - The Electronic Firefly
  43. Pamela - The Dust Will Wait
  44. Janet - From the Planet of Janet
  45. Susan - A Slice of Life
  46. The Rotten Correspondent - Confessions of a Rotten Correspondent
  47. Anglophine Football Fanatic - Anglophine Football Fanatic
  48. Nekked Lizard Man - Nekkid Lizard Adventures
  49. Faye - Summit Musings
  50. Carrie Sue - Carrie and the Koehmstedts
  51. Swampy - Anecdotes, Antidotes, and Anodes
  52. Kerith Collins - The Momdum Chronicles
  53. Raising 3 Saints - Eastward, Catholic Soldiers!
  54. Robin - Life As I Know It
  55. Julie - Another Chance Ranch
  56. Michelle - Welcome to Mi Vida Loca
  57. Missionheart - A Place for Everything
  58. Kitten - Kitten's Homeschool
  59. Junebug - God Put a Smile Upon My Fave
  60. Atomik Kitten - Atomik Kitten


At 9 January 2008 at 17:16, Blogger Fianna said...

Hmmm.... I like this topic!! Sign me up!!

At 9 January 2008 at 17:25, Blogger Gattina said...

OMG ! 24 h without electricity how awful ! Especially now in winter, poor girl.
The topic seems quite difficult to me because NO website has changed my life or even influenced me. I don't even know special Websites I only know the brave bloggers besides dictionaries or Wikipedia but that probably doesn't count. But anyway I will find something, maybe even a Website which will change my life so sign me in !

At 9 January 2008 at 17:26, Blogger ChrisB said...

I think this is a good topic even if nothing comes to mind at the moment!

Please add my name to the list.

At 9 January 2008 at 17:45, Blogger Tiggerlane said...

I know I said I wanted to sign up, but I'm saying it again! This is actually a pretty easy one!

At 9 January 2008 at 17:48, Blogger Lil Mouse said...

thanks for letting me know the topic, it's posted over at Blog365 already! hopefully that will give you some more hits and more fun mondayers!

and with those 2 dogs tugging on that bone, i think it was broken in maybe 2 days and gone in a week!

At 9 January 2008 at 17:48, Blogger mama speak said...

Going to have to think about this one...there's really more than one.

I hear ya on the no electicity, we too have the no stove, oven, microwave, heat, hot water thing too. In fact we can get wifi, and my laptop has a battery, so bloggings the one thing I can do when our powers out. Only the kids want me to entertain them cause no Movies. Sigh, foiled again! It's actually going to stop raining tomorrow for the whole weekend here, I can't wait!

At 9 January 2008 at 17:54, Blogger mamalang said...

I had to think for a few minutes, but I think I have that site. Sign me up for this one, too. Thanks for the comment :)

At 9 January 2008 at 17:54, Blogger Sandy said...

count me in, please, although I have NO idea what I will choose. Great topic...time to put the brain in gear.

At 9 January 2008 at 17:58, Blogger Alix said...

Excellent idea, I really like it. I'm in.

At 9 January 2008 at 18:03, Blogger Kaytabug said...

Count me in please, even though at the moment NOTHING comes to mind, I might be pulling this out of thin air or my arse!

At 9 January 2008 at 18:30, Blogger Crown Princess said...

sign me up please

At 9 January 2008 at 19:04, Blogger Kaycie said...

What a great idea, Ann!

I hope you guys are recovering from your day without power. I hate being inconvienced that way. At least when ours goes out we have a stove and hot water. That must have been awful.

At 9 January 2008 at 19:05, Anonymous nikki said...

Wow, a topic I will have to think to do! Neat idea, count me in.

At 9 January 2008 at 19:14, Blogger wakeupandsmellthecoffee said...

I always wondered how one came to be part of the Fun Monday club. Sign me up too please.

By the way, I've tagged you. See my blog for details.

At 9 January 2008 at 19:30, OpenID sirdar said...

Glad they got the power back up for you.

This topic will take some thought. Sign me up and thanks for hosting!!

At 9 January 2008 at 19:47, Anonymous Christine said...

OH, it's very hard for me to make choices. I have so many favorites.

Love the topic, sign me up!

At 9 January 2008 at 19:49, Blogger -Ann said...

Thank you all for stopping by. I will be creating the list tomorrow, power willing. :) Right now, all I want is a hot bath and a long night's sleep.

At 9 January 2008 at 20:07, Blogger -Ann said...

WUASTC - Thanks for the tag - I'll be getting on that soon and I also see I have a lot of catching up to do on your blog (and with nearly all my other blogger buddies).

At 9 January 2008 at 20:34, Blogger Karina said...

I'm not really sure how I'll answer this, but that only adds to the fun of the challenge, so sign me up! ;-)

At 9 January 2008 at 21:11, Blogger laurie said...

i'm assuming we aren't all planning on writing about Willowtree, right?
heh heh heh

i have no idea what website changed my life. probably none. but i'll spin a yarn anyway.

At 9 January 2008 at 21:31, Blogger Linda said...

Glad to hear you at least have heat and lights... and Internet! Thanks for the comment!

I'm guessing I'm on the list, but I don't want to take any chances of getting left out - so count me in for Fun Monday!

At 9 January 2008 at 22:09, Blogger SwampAngel65 said...

Wow, this is really different! I'll really have to think about this one...

Sign me up!

At 9 January 2008 at 23:31, Blogger nannykim said...

sign me up--the problem is, I hope I will remember!! Do we do the actual posting on MONDAY??? nannykim

At 10 January 2008 at 00:55, Blogger my4kids said...

I'll do this one but I may have to figure which one is my favorite that you don't need a password so that people can actually see it.

At 10 January 2008 at 04:04, Anonymous Robin said...

I'm in...I'll add you to the listing on the Fun Monday FAQs page on my site, too :)


At 10 January 2008 at 04:15, Blogger Alison said...

Hmm...I can't think of anything right now..if I do I will check back and sign up! Thanks for hosting!

At 10 January 2008 at 04:32, Blogger Peter said...

Please add my name to that list Ann, thanks.

At 10 January 2008 at 05:46, Blogger ped crossing said...

I'll need the time to ponder. So sign me up.

No electricity, yikes! I hope there is not a repeat performance.

At 10 January 2008 at 06:39, Blogger Emma in Canada said...

Oh, I'd love to do this one!

At 10 January 2008 at 10:43, Blogger karisma said...

Please sign me up too!

I hope your power stays on for you. Our last big storm we had no power for 4 days.

At 10 January 2008 at 11:03, Blogger Hootin' Anni said...

My oh my....this is really gonna take some serious 'thunking' on my part.

Sign me up please.

At 10 January 2008 at 13:01, Blogger stwidgie said...

I'll bite. Not sure if I know how Fun Mondays work, but I'll give it a go.

At 10 January 2008 at 14:02, Blogger thefoodsnob said...

Wow, good one. I'm in, I'm going to have trouble narrowing it down, though!


At 10 January 2008 at 17:19, Blogger Cynthia said...

I so love this topic, but my multiple personalities may have to answer. I am so glad that Fun Monday is not a graded assignment! I think I would get a bad grade for not following directions very well!

At 10 January 2008 at 18:09, Blogger Joy T. said...

I'd love to sign up for this fun monday pretty please :o)

At 10 January 2008 at 22:56, Blogger amy said...

Count me in!!!
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At 11 January 2008 at 00:15, Blogger Jo Beaufoix said...

Hmmm. I think I have an idea...

At 11 January 2008 at 01:49, Blogger BS said...

sign me up - this sounds great.

At 11 January 2008 at 02:56, Blogger Southern Doll said...

Hello! I am in for the next Fun Monday. It will be my first!!!

At 11 January 2008 at 05:16, Blogger Monica said...

Ok, I'll play. Thanks for hosting!

At 11 January 2008 at 17:51, Blogger ChrisB said...

Hi Ann I would like to email you about the hosting of the following if you are oK with me having your email address you will find mine in my profile thanks Chris.

At 12 January 2008 at 05:45, Blogger Robin said...

I would love to join your fun Monday...

At 13 January 2008 at 02:22, Anonymous Julie said...

Sign me up please! I have no idea which site I will pick, but I will come up with something.


At 13 January 2008 at 03:40, Blogger Michelle said...

Count me in also!! I have so many to choose from. This is going to take some thinking!!

At 13 January 2008 at 12:09, Anonymous Misslionheart♥ said...

My heating packed in on Christmas Day. It was the following Monday before the engineer could come out :(

I haven't a clue what my Fun Monday will be just yet, but I've all day to think about it. I might have to spin a yarn, too!

See you all tomorrow.....

At 13 January 2008 at 17:01, Blogger Debs said...

Count me in! :)

At 14 January 2008 at 03:29, Blogger kitten said...

This is a hard one, but would you please add me anyways.
Thank you for being the host this week.

At 14 January 2008 at 04:33, Blogger Junebug said...

Great topic. I think I will sit this one out but I will read other's posts. I need to catch up some stuff at the house this week.

At 14 January 2008 at 06:02, OpenID coloursofdawn said...

Hi there, I noticed I am on the list but didn't sign up this time, as I am unable to participate. I will put a link on my post tomorrow for Fun Monday, but won't be participating this week. Hopefully I will be back for next week. Have fun with it.

At 14 January 2008 at 07:58, Blogger Joy T. said...

Just to let you know, #54's URL is wrong. There's two URL's in there. I figured it out and managed to get over there, but just thought you would want to know :o)

At 14 January 2008 at 15:48, Blogger Junebug said...

If you still have time I would like to be added to your Fun Monday list of participants. Thanks. Here's my post:

At 14 January 2008 at 17:37, Blogger -Ann said...

Joy T - I knew I was going to mangle at least one link - thanks for catching my mistake.

Junebug - You're added - thanks for joining us!

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