This week’s featured bloggers have inspired me in home making, unschooling, and living life through heart ache. These three bloggers have brought so much encouragement to me as a mom, a home maker, and as a Christ follower in very specific ways. I am happy to share with you these special ladies!
First is Lauren of Sparkling Adventures. I was so excited to find her blog and read through several of her articles over the last couple of weeks. I m so encouraged to find her because she is an unschooler and a Christ follower who lives a spontaneous organic style faith filled life. Our homeschool resembles a bit of unschooling as well and we are also consider ourselves organic Christians. I have thoroughly enjoyed reading about her Sparkling Adventures and I look forward to remaining a faithful reader of hers. If you consider yourself an unschooler of faith you might be interested in the oodles of friends she has connected with, Christian Unschoolers.
Second is Myra at My Blessed Life. Myra has a great variety blog full of inspiration for any wife and mom from decorating the home, to exercise, and recipes. I love the design of her blog and her friendly personality. She also has great DIY Projects complete with awesome photos. I’d much rather read her blog than to pick up any home magazines at the store.
My third featured blogger this weekend is very near and dear to my heart, Dana at Roscommon Acres. I have been cyber friends with Dana since I ventured into the homeschool blogosphere a few years ago and last year her family experienced the heart wrenching goodbye of her sweet Mattias (Tiggy). Reading her family’s journey since then has been one of the most inspirational blogs I have found all year. Dana shares conversations her children have been having with her ever since Tiggy’s accident. Her very difficult journey has shifted my view of life more home-ward than every before. Family is everything! Enjoy the moments you have and when tough storms come your way, embrace family even more. I am thankful that Dana shares her journey and inspires me to hold my family even closer. Should you find her blog inspirational too, would you consider helping them with Tiny Hands?
Fully fund the construction of one children’s home for Tiny Hand’s Dream Center in Nepal: “Tiggy’s House.”
Raise $50,000 in two years.
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Thank you Lauren, Myra, and Dana for making the blogosphere a relational place to get to know one another.
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