March 17, 2007
Let me just start out by admitting that, yes, it is Saturday afternoon and I am being picked up from the hotel in 30 minutes to go to the convention center where I will be speaking for the fifth time in two days at the incredible “Hearts at Home” convention and that means that since I have not yet written a journal entry for this week that I’m going to have to punt - again. (I will be writing a more thorough explanation of why I’ve been such a terribly unreliable “Coffee Talker” in an upcoming journal entry.)
So…what I would like to do is connect you to some of my favorite blogs. I’ve already introduced you to my friend, Sarah. (Just today I met a lady who told me how much she loves Sarah and her beautifully written blog.) For those of you who haven’t had the privilege, you will definitely want to click on her blog link below. You will adore her as much as I do.
I’ve also introduced you to my other blogging friend, and Bible Study DVD co-star, Dee Dee. I just spent the last 30 minutes catching up with her adorable family by reading her delightfully funny blog. I know you’ll love her, too.
Did you know that Beth Moore has a blog? A real one, too. Not some assistant promoting her ministry kind of thing. No, this is a blog about a proud grandma (and a few other lesser things.) Her quietly talented and infinitely sweet daughter, Amanda, (the mother of said wonder baby) has done a masterful job of designing, writing and administrating this sight. They say that the mother sets the tone for the home. Well, Amanda establishes the kind of genuine environment at this blog that says “welcome to my home.”
Finally, the mother of all bloggerss, “BooMama.” I list her last because she is so famous in the blogging community and because once you visit her site you will not have time to return to this journal entry. First of all, you will be lost in the hall of archives reading her past blogs. Then, she has links to all the best blogs. Trust her opinion and explore the wonderful world of blogs listed under her “Good Reads” section.
I hope after you visit all these incredible sites that you it will be easier to forgive me for not brewing up a cup of fresh “Coffee Talk” this week. (Again.) Thanks for your friendship, even during the lean months.
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