Friday, November 13, 2009
Best Post of the Week: Week Twenty Five
It's time to link in your best post of the week!
The purpose of this column is to make it easier to keep up with each other's blogs, so that even if we don't have time to read all of the Alabama Blogger blogs every day, at least we get the week's highlights.
So, link up, tell us why you linked that post, and let's start reading! And remember - the best way to get new blogging friends is to comment on other people's posts, so be sure to say "hi" to your neighbors when you visit!
p.s. - please feel free to interpret "this week" as loosely as you like!
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If you haven't linked up and introduced yourself yet, be sure to go here to do so!
Isn't a beautiful day in Alabama?
Havin' a fun give-away on Monday, come by.
I thought I was going to be first, but glad I am not! Enjoyed a wonderful meal with DD at Miss Rosemarie's this week. Wrote all about it. :-)
I chose my post reviewing the Alabama/LSU game and tailgating experience - I figured it was a good "Alabama-ey" post. Although in fair warning, it's most definitely a post from a girl's perspective. I don't think I mentioned the actual football game a single time.
I picked three again ...
10. Wade on Birmingham: A review of "Supernanny," who visits a Hayden mom convinced that spanking is the answer. What's your take?
11. Wade Kwon.com: Why Thanksgiving shouldn't be shoved aside in our rush to Christmas.
12. Birmingham Blogging Academy: How consistent blogging will get you noticed by the big newspapers.
Looking forward to reading your best posts.
I chose a Life is Therapy post again. I‘m really hoping we can all learn from and inspire one another. Kids are amazing and we get front row seats to their development. It seems like the stuff children need to know comes so fast and furious these days and everyone is terrified that their kids will be left behind so kids get pushed and pushed and become miserable and develop a distate for “learning” or even just developmental tasks. We don’t have to do it that way. We CAN maintain a connection and help our children learn and grow and they do want to.
I chose to share my journey to India (part 1)!!
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