Friday, May 6, 2011

Best Post of the Week: Week Ninety-Nine


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!

9 comments:

Rachel said...

I wrote about how to use social media to be a tornado relief hero - we can all use our influence to help tremendously!!

DaisyGirl said...

While we're all praying for our own state, please also add prayers for those along the Mississippi River. Thanks!

Lisa notes... said...

So happy to discover this blog this week!

I chose "Letters from my mom" to share because I'm struggling with my first Mother's Day without my mom.

CraftyHope said...

This post just highlights some of the thrift store goodies I brought home this week.

RocketCityMom said...

I really felt like I needed a few laughs after this last week and I knew I couldn't be the only one. Mother's Day is just around the corner and my most consistent source of laughter is my daughter so it just made sense to ask other mom's to share their funniest kid stories.

CanCan said...

I'm coming to Bham in June! Yay!

Mary R Snyder said...

I posted my most recent blog titled Walking through Disaster. It's my take on what I've seen over the last week. And I added links on how to get involved.

Wade Kwon said...

I have three to share this week ...

12. Wade Kwon.com - A report from our Ground Zero after the tornadoes.

13. Wade on Birmingham - Nearly 300 newspaper front pages from across America showing how the Alabama tornadoes played out.

14. Magic City Post - What next for Birmingham in the rebuilding process.

Looking forward to your posts.

Garnering Wisdom said...

I wrote about how the storms have changed how we re-act to weather warnings.

http://karlawithakg.blogspot.com/

If you haven't linked up and introduced yourself yet, be sure to go here to do so!