I've mentioned Kriss Morton's blog, Cabin Goddess, on here before in connection with foodies, and she does serve up a great array of dishes that you can just happen to cook over a campfire or, say, in a dry cabin in the Alaskan wilderness.
There's a lot more to her than that - she's also a book reviewer and a fantastic writer. Take, for example, this post that she wrote to celebrate seeing a moose with twin baby moose in her driveway. (What do you call baby moose? Meeselets?)
She writes amazing poetry too, such as this one titled A Kiss of Sin.
Besides all that amazing creativity, she creates beautiful photography and graphics. When anyone in my blogger's group needs a banner or a button, Kriss is right there to help. Ditto if anyone is doing a giveaway or a blog hop - she always jumps right in to help.
I've spoken with Kriss on the phone on the transcountry Alaska - New Jersey line, and she's even better on the waves of aether. She is funny and passionate, and she adores good writing. You have to work to chat with her, though - her mind is so full of ideas and concepts that the conversation is a freewheeling Magical Mystery Ride, zooming from zombies to bacon to The Hairy Eyeball.
Kriss is one hell of a good friend.