What I Read, Blog Edition

This post is called What I Read, Blog Edition but really I could leave off the qualifier because blogs are pretty much all I read these days.  My free time (ha) is spent on blogs, Facebook, Pinterest, a few really exciting magazines like Parents and Adoptive Families, and the occasional newspaper article.  Well that makes me sound exceptionally lame.  I should add running (mostly walking these days), HGTV, The Bachelorette (really, Brooks?), napping….  Wow, I still sound lame.  Let’s just move on.

In no particular order, here are some of my favorite blogs.  They range from mom blogs, to adoptive families from various countries, overseas missionaries, and DIY/ home decorating.

Kelly’s Korner

Babe of My Heart

September Sweeties

Rage Against the Minivan

Shades of Brown

Pitter Patter Art

Treasures in Jars of Clay

The Farmer’s Wife Tells All

Young House Love

Moments with Love

Bower Power

I also read LOTS of Congo adoption blogs, but I didn’t want to: A. have a mile long list B. leave off a friend.  Please feel free to leave a link to your blog in the comments.  I love finding new ones to read.

Happy Reading!

Sarah Signature

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8 thoughts on “What I Read, Blog Edition

  1. By the way, what do I have to do to get listed on the congoadoptions.blogspot.com website? I have tried a dozen times to get listed there, but the moderator seems to be blacklisting me. Or she has passed and no one is moderating anymore.

    I got published in the largest newspaper in the world, for crying out loud. The content on my blog is really NOT that objectionable.

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