Blog Village Quotes and Links


It is undoubtedly a struggle for me to post consistently (read weekly or even bi-weekly). I get my head stuck in the latest book I’m reading or the process of writing my fourth book or motherhood or just play internet-tiredness. I know it. I also know it competes with my growing desire to build what I am now at peace with referring to as “my brand”. Therefore, instead of castigating myself I have decided to launch a new component to the Diary of a Mad Reader. Namely, instead of simply posting quotes from books that resonate with me, I will be incorporating links to interesting blogs I come across. This is the first “issue” of that component.

Today’s theme: Enter the Hood – Parent and Mother

http://anjuellefloyd.com/2012/of-vipassana-abandoned-dreams-and-the-map-of-true-places/

I am dedicated to taking care of our daughters first such that when all three reach adulthood I can focus the majority of my attention on writing, and without regret of what I did not provide our children.

http://focsimama.wordpress.com/2012/03/27/the-terrific-twos/

We have decided instead of saying, “Terrible Two’s” they are now to be called “Terrific Two’s”!

http://radiantramblings.wordpress.com/2012/07/19/what-the-heck/

Can you identify THIS:

 

www.ashafullife.blogspot.com/2011/06/i-aint-skeered.html

This agnostic mom goes on a lot of adventures and I manage to get myself into some awkward spots.  The latest adventure involves me agreeing to be a co-leader to my daughter’s Brownie Girl Scout troop.
Yeah, I’ll pause so you can soak that in and say a prayer, light a candle or do whatever it is that you people do when you want to save a child’s soul.
Over the weekend, I was able to go on an excursion to Oklahoma City for an overnight training session.  I knew ahead of time I would be staying at the Catholic Pastoral Center.  I joked with my friend, Julia that I’d probably be struck by lightning or something.

~ by Tichaona Munhamo on July 19, 2012.

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