October 24th, 2010 by Jane

I’ve been poking around the world wide web lately and I have come upon some new (to me) bloggers and writers. My favorite sites are those that make you laugh, make you think, are visually yummy and sometimes bring a tear or two.

The following few are just that perfect combination. I’ve marked specific essays that spoke to me, instead of linking to the home page. Can you have a crush on a blog? I do. Check them out and see if you agree.

37 Days
Patti Digh (rhymes with sigh) asks what you would do with your life if you had 37 days to live. No, she didn’t dream this up as a self-help gimmick. She has a very personal, poignant reason for this movement. But she is also very funny and her work is thought-provoking, tender and profound. She’s a wife, mother, diversity expert and writer who has a crush on Johnny Depp, which I get and totally support. Read her Eat on a Door entry and prepare to be charmed.

Kelly Rae Roberts
Kelly Rae is a very successful artist, a new mom and an experienced do-it-yourselfer. Her blog about her life, her art and her home renovations is beautiful to look at and read. Fall in love with her work, her writing and her house here.

Stark. Raving. Mad. Mommy
Her tag line reads, “Losing my mind, one child at a time.” She just might be crazy because she has more on her mommy plate than anyone I have ever seen, heard or read about. She lives in Houston and there are days that I want to get in my car and take a road trip to rescue her. But then we wouldn’t get funny posts like this. Or this.

Wishin’ and Hopin’
If my friend Kelly, who’s in Seoul for two years, ever expands her Random Korea Facebook postings into a blog, then you’ll need to keep some Depends on hand to address the resulting bladder leakage. It’s that funny. ¬†She’s afraid she might cause an international incident, so she only shares her musings with her friends. Maybe when she’s stateside for good…

3 Responses to “Blogtastic…”

  1. Sister Sue Says:

    My favorite blog, besides SevenOf, is soulemama. She lives in Maine and just bought a farmhouse with her husband and 4 children, which she homeschools. Whenever I want to take a break from big city living I pop over to her site and learn about the chickens laying eggs, what she found in the barn, or how to make butter.

    Soule Mama is how I would live if I was brave enough.

  2. Jane Says:

    You are!! do it!

  3. Says:

    Great Post, I will bookmark your blog and tell my mom I found this for her. She is a big fan of this kind of stuff. Bye!

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