After the difficulties with yesterday’s post and the hours I spent trying to correct it (to no avail), I think it will be evident to all of you why I selected the quote I did for my Spark.


Sparks: Mau struggling with box.


Ralph Marston was a football player who attended Boston University. He spent a season as a professional in the National Football League with the Boston Bulldogs in 1929 as a quarterback.

Sparks began as a blog hop, created by our friend, Annie (McGuffy’s Reader). Annie is taking a “break” from blogging, so there is no hop. Many of us still continue to post a Spark on Monday, as we believe in Annie’s vision: “I believe we are meant to be lights in this world. If we allow our light to shine, we can see where we are going. It is then that we can begin to truly see each other clearly. Together, we can light up the entire world!”

Madi’s Blog Hop

Madi(son) D. Cat (Down Home in N.C.) received her angel wings on September 13 and traveled to the Rainbow bridge. To honor and remember her, her boyfriend, Raz (Friends Furever), has organized a special tribute blog hop for Madi. It will be held Wednesday, September 26. If you’d like to participate, create a post remembering Madi. Make certain to include her favorite color, red, and try to make your fellow bloggers and Madi’s family and friends smile. You can write a poem or haiku, take a photo of yourself doing a bit of boxing (Mau covered that today) and hop aboard the Come Laugh with Us Blog Hop! Don’t forget to visit Raz for more information.

The Blog Hop is set up here if you would like to pre-post. Please include the graphic when you post.

Awww Mondays

Mau is joining the Awww Mondays blog hop at Comedy Plus. To join in, click on their badge.


Yesterday’s Post

With sincere thanks to my site designer, Jim Ellison, yesterday’s post is now available for comments if anyone is interested in leaving one there. As I spent most of yesterday dealing with the problem, Kitties Blue did not comment on any of your posts, for which I sincerely apologize. I appreciate your patience and support.