I stumbled upon BonniNet by following a link to the blogs by women webring.
In short, BonniNet is a collection of sites with a personality – and behind the site, an extraordinary woman. You can jump in anywhere, and before you know it you’ll quickly have spent a couple of hours reading around.
Bonni’s site is beautifully designed, and full of interesting well-written content. I spent a long time reading in her personal pages – there is a weblog, too.
Stop by at Zoë Notes (a mother’s diary) and be sure to read Missycat’s Principles of the Universe. You’ll also find a very good collection of parenting links and a subsite on evaluated childbirth.
On a more serious note, the trinity pages tell Bonni’s recovery from childhood abuse and domestic violence.
When you feel you’ve read all you can on BonniNet (put aside a few days for that), you’ll still have a pretty collection of related sites to visit. In particular, if you’re into visual (digital) art, you might enjoy elizabyte.
[review equally posted to fathom5]
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I’ll tell you whats on my mind, i have been reading your site for some
time now and really would love to correspond being a little likeminded
myself. Your journals of India, though a bit depressing to me( am an
Indian ) are factual. You gave an account i had wanted to listen for
years, that of a foreigner in my land. I have included my mail id ( hoping
no one would spam 😉 ) hoping that we could correspond .. if too
bothersome, leave your id here, i will get in touch! A weblogger myself, i
have been weblogging for 6 months now .. have listed my site above, have a
look & tell me what you think. Pity i have no knowledge about programming,
coz i think your commenting system is cooler than mine! chao