but a random set of things I have wanted to blog about and some linklove to share:
**Lux Venit's ode to her blog anniversary was my own startling reminder that I missed my own blog anniversary. It was sometime in May, about three years ago. I think. Roots of this problem will probably be why my boys will think their mother didn't love them. Because she forgets to chronicle certain dates of importance. Anyway, I almost nodded my head off in agreement to Leslie's words about her blog regarding my own. Happy Blogoversary to A Complete Thought. I did not really know where it would go once started. I still don't, most of the time.
**Spunky Homeschool is asking a penetrating question today about whether your homeschooling is a preference or conviction. I'm mulling my own answers in my head today but do plan to comment. I do believe that with the current administration and their looming action plans regarding cradle to grave issues, it is a question I need to answer firmly within my own head and heart. This is where the rubber hits the road, when there is a true cost to beliefs. Will I act as I believe or as I say I believe?
**Tree Climbing Adventures has become one of my top fave blogs to read. Her writing is clear and straightforward, and I get her humor (although not her penchant for Nascar--we have remained friends). Anyway, Lori also started a devotional blog titled Spacious Living. These posts are a study of Peter through the Gospel of Mark. I am thoroughly enjoying her insight and devotional writing. Just be warned, she asks hard application questions according to the truth of God. Now that's what I'm talking about!
**I read on a lot of blogs how someone is able to see which post is viewed the most on their blog. I finally paid attention to that techno-info on my Wordpress dashboard and realized that my post on Dog and Cat Theology is my top viewed post. If you read the post, I would love to hear why you think people are searching for that topic.