For our last blogging 101 assignment, we’re to think of a plan for the next 30 days and then use this space to thank five fellow bloggers who we’ve come in contact with over this past month.
The first part is easy. Over the next month, I need to continue to tend both my garden and this blog. Both are in their “high growth” stage; both need feeding; both need weeding.
The second challenge is a little more difficult. I’ve come across so many interesting blogs and the people behind the blogs, it’s hard to limit my list to five. Even if I hadn”t learned anything new about blogging, the class would have been worth it just for stumbling on these fantastic bloggers. But, what’s even better, I did learn something. I learned a lot of things–some things I was hoping to learn more about. And some things I didn’t even know I needed to learn about. So with that, here are my Five Favorite (Blogging) Friends:
Perelincolors. No surprise there! This is really a wonderful blog. Check it out and you’ll see our colorful world in a whole new light.
Lucile de Godoy. What first attracted me to this post was Lucile’s name. Seriously, isn’t Lucile de Godoy a fantastic name? Her blog is almost as good as her name. And others agree because she has over 500 followers.
Farmer Fi. She has an olive grove! An olive grove! Can you imagine? This blog is about olive oil and all the wonders therein. “nuf said! If you haven’t checked out this blog, what are you waiting for?
Metamorphis of a Wallflower. Wallflower is no wallflower. She is a college student taking a gazillion classes. She is a beautiful writer, which is obvious because so many Blogging 101 classmates have checked out her blog, mentioned her, etc. She deserves the attention. As a college professor, I sometimes despair over the state of education, but students like Wallflower give me hope.
Grynnie. She is a new blogger and has a great future ahead of her. I know she would appreciate some of you all checking out her blog.
So there you have it! Five of my favorites. I really could add a bunch more. Thank you all for the support you’ve provided over the past 30 days. I’ve learned as much from you as I did from our faithful leaders. Hoping to see many of you around the neighborhood in Blogging 201.