Tuesday, July 01, 2008

New Blogger

Since BlogWorld can always use another red-headed peace officer who likes Terry Pratchett, cooking, guns, and freedom (not necessarily in that order) -- I'd like to formally introduce Brigid to my Gentle Readers.

Go read. You won't be disappointed.

LawDog

14 comments:

"gunner" said...

i LIKE that lady, if i were still single and 40 years younger i might be standing on her doorstep holding out a bunch of roses.
"gunner"

Anonymous said...

WOW!

If she wont marry me... think she might adopt me? I put on five pounds just reading her blog.

But I do have a question... Is this the new Sky Writings?

EricN

phlegmfatale said...

Oustanding blog. I've been enjoying it myself.

Justin said...

Redhead, LEO, cooks, shoots, reads sci-fi.... no question, I'm in love!

gator said...

I too have added her to my blogroll.

Shakespere said...

Hi. I enjoyed your blog.

fuzzys dad said...

Great new blog. Thanks for the link.

JadeFire said...

Chalk up another beer I owe you, should we ever meet, Mr. 'Dog. That lady is one hell of a writer.

Tam said...

Y'all are probably distant kin and don't know it. I'm just sayin'.

"gunner" said...

the proper name for that shade of hair is "auburn" as worn by maureen o'hara in "the quiet man" and its one of the most striking hair colours a woman can own.
"gunner"
(n.b.: the o'hara was one of the women who taught me at a young age what a beautiful woman should look like.)

Wyatt Earp said...

EricN - Don't know if it's the new Skywritings, but I'll bet it's pretty close.

Jeffro said...

EricN - Don't know if it's the new Skywritings, but I'll bet it's pretty close.

I'd betcher right.

RT said...

Is that like the Celtic goddess, Brigid?

Anonymous said...

Wyatt/Jeffro- There are many similarities. She’s in law enforcement, lives in the Midwest, flies, has red hair, has a fondness for Sigs, etc. , I do not believe she is our missing blogger. HOTR writes that she grew up in Idaho and our beloved missing blogger grew up in Oregon. (I have a memory for details… I know it’s weird.) Besides the writing is very different, I’m not sure how to describe it but it feels more textured. In either case, her blog is incredibly promising.

EricN