Some of my favorite places (keeping to the M theme of course) to visit are:
My MySpace, of course! Actually, Im one of those lame-o people that has 2 MySpaces. One is personal and for family and really close friends. It really doesnt matter as what I post here, I pretty much post there as well. The one pictured is the one that I blog my American Idol thoughts in. Right now, there isnt much going on with the exception of the new music that goes up every Saturday. Each week, a different band/artist gets promoted. Some bands, have made it in there a couple times. If there's a new album that was released that I really like, I try to make sure their music is what's featured for the week.
My Side of the Story @ http://abigmacattac.blogspot.com/
What a wonderful idea to get both sides of the story. Once from Wifey and now from her man's eyes. Oh and check it out, his name matches the theme as well! He hasnt been writing in Blogger long, but he's quickly become one of my favorite places to visit for the laughs.
Momma Needs a Time Out! @ http://mommaneedsatimeout.blogspot.com/
A great place to go for heads up on contests, giveaways and memes (if you're into that type of stuff... I go to read the entries HONEST)! Anything of interest that comes her way, she shares the info on her blog and boy does this gal love her bloggy love (as do several others I read...)!
Marmite Toastie's blog @ http://marmitetoasty.blogspot.com/ .
This is another one you definitely want to read for a good time. She just has this awesome way of expressing herself! You never know what she'll say. The language can be a bit of a barrier sometimes so pack your American-UK dictionary. At all times, this blog warrants a "No food or drink while reading" warning....oh and add a thick thirsty towel to the chair lest you let go of a tad bit of wee while laughing.
http://www.meez.com/ Ok, so? I go to play with the electronic dolly and dress her up! Well...that and some of the games are addicting too....
M is for mah-jongg.
I love many computer games in general but those that I play most often dont exactly fit the theme. Mah-jongg is the only one that actually fits the theme. I've only played it on the computer as a solitaire game . My mom, however, used to play the "board" version quite often with friends in the neighborhood. She was extremely good at it.