Friday, September 8, 2017

A Bouquet of Shareworthy Links

Weekend greetings!

Could it be that online writing is picking up now that Labor Day is behind us?  Here's seven compelling offerings to savor with your pumpkin spice latte, caramel hot chocolate, or whatever gets poured into your favorite mug.  

It's music to my ears to hear that you're bookmarking what hits home or that you're sharing the love with your online tribe ...

Blessings to you.




Rebecca Meyer & Gerald Hiestand

Sarah Bessey

Sonia Simone

Annie Wright

Sadie Trombetta

Aimee Kollmansberger

the winding down.
Casey Tygrett



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20 comments:

  1. Oh my goodness, Linda! The post about parenting teenagers is so, so good ... and EXACTLY what I needed to read right now. I will be sharing and sending to Randy to read too! Thank you, my friend!

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    1. That a mama like you is giving this post a thumbs up says alot, Lois. It's probably the most read post on my LinkedIn site this month.

      And thanks for sharing it with your man, too ...

      ;-}

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  2. This is a great list and loved reading all your finds - many of them I hadn't seen. Thank you!

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    1. Oh, thanks for taking the time to check them out, Jean. I try to share a little bit of everything.

      I appreciate you saying that you loved what you read!

      ;-}

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  3. I love your wide variety of reading you have shared--something for everyone!
    Blessings, My Friend!

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  4. not sure my post went through...just have to say, my favorite is the first article by Rebecca Meyer and Gerald Hiestand. He is my son! love this.

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    1. Oh WOW! Can you believe it?

      Please tell Gerald how much his words encouraged me ... truly.

      Blessings, Carol.

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  5. Hi Linda! It's so nice to be back and connect with you again! And of course, here you are supporting the writing of other bloggers. You are so generous, and have such a heart for writers, as well as your readers. God bless!
    Have a wonderful week,
    Ceil

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    1. Oh, I'm so glad to see you again, dear Ceil. You've been so very much missed. Welcome back to blogging land!

      ;-}

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  6. Thanks for sharing the links, Linda! I need to learn how to be the mom I want to be to teens! :) And intrigued by giving books to guests.

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    1. I'm glad you're finding some resources that are hitting home for you, Betsy! Yes, the giving books to guests post is fascinating ...

      Too bad I got rid of more than half my books before our move here two years ago ...

      ;-{

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  7. I will need to ask the Lord to help me use my time wisely so I can follow out some of these links to good reading. I would love to sit with you one on one and listen to you share your heart. If you ever do a retreat in southern California, I will try to be there. Blessings.

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    1. Oh ... I'd love to sit with you, too, Betty. I've never even been to Southern California!

      But, til then, here we are online. I hope you find some food for your soul, friend. I'm so glad to do community with you.

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  8. Linda,
    Living life with high functioning anxiety jumped out at me....will have to check this one out. Anxiety stinks, but there are ways to live with it. I guess I'm doing okay....56 years and I'm still here :) Always good to stop by your place!
    Blessings,
    Bev xx

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    1. Yeah, anxiety can be a not so friendly companion. Medication, talk therapy, prayer, and some lifestyle changes can make a huge difference.

      Been there, friend ...

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  9. Thank you for sharing the links Linda! I love the post on How Churches Can Partner...Grateful for sharing the love!

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    1. mmm ... that article hit home for me, too, Robin.

      So glad you're here today!

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'I want the people in my life to know that when they come to me, with whatever is on their mind or heart, they will be heard. I am dedicated to hearing the hearts of those around me.'
~ Adam McHugh, The Listening Life

Linda