It’s Friday already and I have a few fantastic posts for you to feast upon. Please go and visit them as you will find much more there to enjoy. You will be so pleased you went.
Cindy Knoke. This is a lovely post and makes me proud to be a part of this wonderful blogging community.
Stuff and What if… I loved this….both the images and the imagery!
Fourth Generation Farm Girl Tonya shares a brilliant way to beat stress with us here!
I know you are going to love all of these. Enjoy!
My goodness, how the week has flown by. It is already Friday and time to feature some of the wonderful posts that I have enjoyed this week. There are actually an extra two, that for some reason, did not make it into last week’s post so I have included those as well.
Please visit these wonderful blogs and see what else you are missing, you will not be disappointed!
Erika Kind This post was very enlightening, and something I am still working on doing. Erika always has a quote or some words of wisdom to inspire and encourage, and I hope you will check out her new book whilst you are there too.
Jen’s Pen Den I always love to learn new things, as well as brush up on things I thought I already knew but actually hadn’t perhaps got quite right! Jen is wonderful at explaining things as well as illustrating her point with examples.
Myths of the Mirror. This was a great post that raised a very valid point, but of course, me being such an idiot roared my head off at the pics Diana created. Brilliant! #
Joeyfully Stated This was a typical Joey post. Telling it as it is in her own unique style, but what she says always makes sense, and usually makes me smile too!
Little steps to Somewhere This post brought back memories of when I was a teenager trying to make myself look gorgeous (and failing)!
Sacha Black This post was just adorable! It made me laugh and took me back a few years! The end result was just perfect, though.
Behind Distant doors I have met a few of these characters and Azul has got it spot-on with her brilliant poem!
Well, I am spoiling you all this week with a veritable feast! Enjoy!
This week has passed by in the blink of an eye and here we are, it’s Friday again! I have of course got an assortment of goodies for you to get stuck into over the weekend. Please take some time to visit these wonderful blogs to see what other treasure they have hidden there!
Daily Echo I thought that I was pretty good at spelling and grammar. After reading this post I realise that I have failed miserably, and am not up to the standards set by our government for SEVEN year olds!
Homemade Naturally Donna has some really great ideas and I loved this one!
For Friends Without Borders, This is Rob’s brand new blog and a wonderful concept. He had given about 30 of us admin rights so that we can all share this blog and publish whatever we choose; wonderful freedom for some of us that have to be a little more discreet on our own blogs!
How The Cookie Crumbles Tess is one of those people that I really envy! Her ability to tell a gripping and entertaining short story is brilliant.
A Certain Point of View One of my favourite poets has done it again! This is just so bloody funny you will LOVE it!
Welcome to another Friday Free-for-all where I have found a selection of brilliant posts that I have enjoyed reading this week. As usual, I have tried to choose a wide selection for your delight! Please do go and visit these blogs as they all have other tasty treats for you to sample!
A Certain Point of View I love Al’s blog. The fact that he likes poems of all kinds as I do just adds to my enjoyment. This one is so understated, but tickled me nonetheless!
Dream Big Dream Often This is an inspirational article written by Danny that really touched me. Here is a man that has some serious medical issues yet he is such a support and help to others, never too busy to interact with the many bloggers that follow him.
Behind the White Coat What I love about our favourite doctor is that fact that she is so down to earth and has a great sense of humour! This post made me laugh my head off, probably because I have been there!
My Spanglish Familia La Sabrosona is a very creative, innovative, and imaginative person; just look at this post to see why!
Single Family Asylum Oh this post takes me back. I really felt for him – once I had finished laughing my head off that is!
So there is your little selction box this week. Enjoy!
It’s here again, fabulous Friday where I get to share some of the fantastic posts that I have read during the last week. I have a veritable feast for you this week too which I am sure you are going to enjoy. Please do go and visit these blogs as you don’t want to miss out on their other goodies they have for you.
Elusive Trop A lovely, simple haiku, but written with a lot of thought, that really appealed to me.
La Vie est trop courte pour boire du mauvais vin TJ always has such a stunning collection of beautiful photographs to showcase his stories and haikus. I, of course, chose this one!
Hugh’s Views and News I love this post, and laughed my head off when I saw the video!
Dandelion Fuzz A lovely, heart-warming post
Dublin Housewife A lovely tribute to Sir Terry Wogan by our favourite Dublin housewife, in her own unique style.
Steve Says I don’t really have to say anything about this post, the pictures say it all!
Tea and Paper This was such a lovely post and gorgeous photo to match.
So there you have it, some wonderful posts to keep you entertained. Enjoy!