I have volunteered to host the bi-weekly Carnival of the Mundane on Friday, December 22. This carnival will have a Christmas theme, but if you'd like to contribute, don't feel constrained by holiday-related topics.
For those unfamiliar with the Carnival of the Mundane, here is a description in 100 words or less:
The Carnival of the Mundane is a bi-weekly forum for bloggers who write tales of daily life. You may think your latest post about how you accidentally backed into your garage door isn't very interesting, but you're wrong. We're interested, and there are lots of us out there. The Carnival of the Mundane is the only blog carnival to have its own blog. We are open to all bloggers and readers, and everyone is welcome to take a turn hosting.Guidelines for submissions to the Carnival of the Mundane can be found here.
The Carnival of the Mundane was created by Dean and is organized by Dean with help from Postmodern Sass.
About 200 people have, cumulatively, contributed to the Carnival of the Mundane in the past. We'd be happy to have new faces and bylines -- and now is your chance. Send me your stories of daily life, including (but not limited to) pleasant (or slightly twisted) anecdotes of Christmas.
Any questions? You know where to find me.