Monday, September 17, 2007

Friends of Juggling Frogs

Ticket to Join the In CrowdReaders, commenters, visitors, friends, family, and those I frequently read:
(No, I'm not telling you which is which. I love you all the same. Now go clean your room.)

Wondering how you got on this list? Maybe I just like you.

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G6 said...

Hi Carolyn,
I got to your list when Malky from the Jewish Homemaking list tipped us off.
It's wonderful.
Much more useful and interesting than mine, which is merely a "stream of consciousness" outlet for me.
But you can add it to your blogroll anyway, if you like....
Gut Yom Tov

Juggling Frogs said...


I'm honored to have you aboard! Thank you!

I enjoy your 'stream of consciousness', especially the stunning table settings that flow in its currents!

Chag sameach!

Blog Bloke said...

Well, thank you so much. I'm flattered. Now I can also have the pleasure to officially welcome you to my Network of Blogging Blokesters. I will be posting about it shortly.



The Northernmost Jew said...

Hi! I found your blog when I followed your link from Yahoo Answers, where I asked for recipes. I will take more time later to go through it.

And yes, I would like to be included on your blog list. (Pretty please?)

Amy W.

Juggling Frogs said...

Amy! What a pleasure to learn that you're blogging, too. I've added you to this most exclusive (grin) list, and look forward to reading your blog as well as your answers (and questions) on Yahoo!Answers.

All the best,

Anonymous said...

shalom.. found you thru BT. A transplanted NY'er , we now run a kosher/eco friendly b&B in... the last best place.. Montana :)

would like to join the juggling frogs.. nu.. what say you?


Juggling Frogs said...

Welcome GP! I've added you to the list.

I noticed your site had a lot of great information about horses, inn-keeping, and some delicious-looking recipes.

I also noticed your site had a lot of Christian information, as well as quotes from the Christian Bible, and a Christian spin on Jewish holidays.

I'm fascinated about how you made your B&B "kosher-friendly" out in Montana. Do you have kosher supervision, do you bring in sealed meals from elsewhere (such as the local Chabad? Or is the "kosher-friendly" more of an ad-hoc, somewhat-vegetarian approach?

Do a lot of religious (non-Messianic) Jews visit Montana?

Is there a (non-Messianic) Jewish community nearby? I found this list of Jewish Communities in Montana on-line.

Anonymous said...

greetings... GP in Montana here... can you change our link to We've moved.. (even put a mezzuzah on the front door ... natch) :)

PS i'll add you too!

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