May 10, 2008

1,200th Blog Added to Villager's BBR


Our tradition is to highlight every 100th blog added to the Villager's Black Blog Rankings (BBR). In the past we shared links to the 800th, 900th, 1000th and 1100th blogs added to the BBR.

Today, we are pleased to announce that The True Urban Queen is the 1,200th blog added to the BBR. Sharon Rainey created this blog in January 2008. Sharon is mother of two, author, entrepreneur and (like most sisters!) a shoe addict. Sharon gave insights into her blog when she wrote, "As many of you know this is my personal diary. I may blog about a celebrity or an event going on but, for the most part it is all about me and mine."

I encourage all villagers to take a moment to visit with The True Urban Queen (BBR #516). Perhaps we can convince her to add the Electronic Village to her blogroll...

6 comments:

MsMarvalus said...

Ah, Ms. Sharon...I am a faithful reader as she shares her personal stories. I love her voice...she's honest and real and always inspiring.

Welcome Sharon!

Francis L. Holland Blog said...

Congratulations!

The True Urban Queen aka Sharon said...

Thank you for the shout out and the add. Yes I am adding you to my blog roll. And since I try to read those on my blog roll daily, I'll be back.

Thank you again.

Villager said...

Marvalus and Francis - This was my first week reading her blog. That is one of the marvelous things about the BBR is that it raises my awareness of some talented bloggers out there in the afrosphere...

Sharon - Asante sana! I appreciate the personal nature of your blog. I look forward to reading and learning from your life experiences...

blackwomenblowthetrumpet.blogspot.com said...

Hi there!

No you didn't say:
"like most sistas a shoe addict"!!!

*LOL*

Okay, it's true...but still...did you have to put our addiction on full blast? *LOL*

We can quit anytime we want to!!

(smiles)
Lisa

http://blackwomenblowthetrumpet.blogspot.com

Villager said...

BW Blow The Trumpet - I guess I did go there...

Of course, my other observation in life is that brothers can never clean the house. Pretty much we're limited to straightening up...