Clicking on a link in the margin at the Ex Fide site took me to All of Creation Rejoices, where I enjoyed a retelling of the tale of the Emperor with No Clothes, in relation to the folly recently promulgated as "Earth Hour." And then I had to follow his link to "Margaret's blog", where he said there was a post which had made him laugh harder than he had for years. That turned out to be the blog Doves and Pomegranates, headed up by this wonderful quotation from the (then) Rev. Dr. Newman:
Do that which is good, and no evil shall touch you. Go your way; eat your bread with joy, and drink your wine with a merry heart, for God now accepteth your works; let your garments be always white, and let your head lack no ointment.
Revd. Dr. John Henry Newman quoting the Holy Ghost, 25 April, 1843.
The post which was linked is this one, entitled "Of Anglicans, Palms and Owlets." And yes, if you are into Anglican eccentricities and zaniness, the post is very funny, especially the bit about the clumsy thurifer who managed to set the tray of dried palm crosses alight, thereby making ready for Ash Wednesday a year in advance. I commend it to your readings for Holy Week.
From there you may choose further links to Orthodox, Catholic and Anglican blogs, or to others about embroidery, photography, food, and "the fair field o' folk, turtles and other stuff."
And there you have it: from Anglican Curmudgeon to Unhappy Hipsters in just five jumps. The world is your oyster! Enjoy.