Wednesday, September 21, 2005

What Goes Around Comes Around

I love blogging. I find it challenging and fun. Even on the worst days I derive an immense amount of satisfaction in writing down my thoughts. One of the reasons to do so is so that when my children become adults and perhaps parents, they will know what I was thinking and hopefully learn a bit from what I experienced.

I was surpirsed and thoroughly delighted to read SpunkyJr this morning and realize that some of that has happened already. She was inspired to write this after reading my post yesterday.

So as I walk through life, I'm savoring every little bit. The joys and the sorrows. I have "slowed down" to take in everything. And I'm enjoying it...
Thanks for the encouragement sweetie!


Here's a few other blogs of note from my morning tour of duty,

Mrs. Happy Housewife is even happier since she moved to her new blog. Check it out.

Joanne Jacobs points us to to Vernice Jones a new blogger and homeschool mom in New York. She's black and determined to raise her 4 1/2 year old son the best way possible.

Edwonk has his carnival of education up and running. It's always worth a read.

I'm also enjoying getting to know Buried Treasure.

Scott Somerville is playing hookey for a while. Hopefully he'll start up again. Meanwhile, we are loving our first week of his wife's curriculum Tapestry of Grace. Maybe she'll start a blog some day.

Blestwithsons, has her Marine home and I'm wondering why she's still blogging. Then again she is asking the question today, "What's the point of it all?"

If you're looking for help with your blog Freshblog has some nice helps for blogger users. I still haven't had time to put it all together but the computer geek in me loves reading this stuff.

Kim at Large Family Logistics is always motivating me to get more organized. I love the tips she offers. She's also telling us about Crystal's new e-book.

And Agent Tim was able to meet Al Mohler! Make sure you listen to the interview and congrats Tim.

And don't miss The Anchoress she has an excellent take on the NY Times article about women from the elite schools rejecting high powered careers in favor of motherhood. I love this quote from one young lady attending Yale,
"My mother's always told me you can't be the best career woman and the best mother at the same time," Ms. Liu said matter-of-factly. "You always have to choose one over the other."
Smart girl! And her mom sounds pretty wise too!

Well, there's always something exciting going on in the blogs. I can't get to them all every day. (Even though some times I try!) So feel free to let us know what you're talking about.

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