I have so many great posts in my reader. Can anyone teach me how to organize my reader so that there aren’t a BILLION things in my “starred” folder?
This post by Erin resonates with me. I definitely share her thoughts on Facebook jealousies, but more than that, I suffer from Facebook aggravation. I hate reading ignorant posts and rants from people I actually like. It makes me wonder why I’m actually friends with these people. I love social networking, especially with blog friends and schoolÂ friends, but I might be done with Facebook sooner than later.
I loved this post by KaciÂ about the “stuff they don’t tell you” when it comes to mothering. Being a parent is a difficult job. You don’t morph suddenly into this god-like creature with perfect emotions and behaviors and thoughts. I wish more people shared the everyday parts of being a parent, versus justÂ the rainbows and butterflies moments.
Have you read Amy’s race recap? One thing I love about reading Amy’s blog is witnessing the confidence she has. If you’ve been a long time reader of hers, you’ve been lucky to see her grow and change, but I love how fiercely protective she is of the people she cares about (her students for example) and I love how she is being all confident and protective of her own feelings/opinions (and kick ass tutu) in this post. After you read it, you should then click over to this post to find out how to make your own tutu.
I loved Doni’s post: “wherever you go, there you are.” She writes about intensive travelling, a week of drinking, and a shitload of emotions. It is raw, honest and relatable.