Tuesday, November 17, 2009

Your Blogs

I'll post again later today but for now I've compiled a list of all the blogs sites that were left in the comments area after my invitation for everyone to "leave a blog blurb." If I happened to leave your blog off this list, PLEASE e-mail me at smithellaneous@yahoo.com and remind me.

Whenever you want to access this post again, it can be easily located by scrolling down the right column until you get to subject headings of previous posts. Just look for "Your Blogs." You may also be able to go to the search box in the top left corner of the blog and type in "Your Blogs" there to find it.

Have fun getting to know some of the other great bloggers who stop by Smithellaneous! And if you're a blogger, I highly recommend the BlogFrog site that's listed below. Be sure to check it out!

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Angie said...
My blog is just a little glimpse into my life as a happy wife to my sweet husband and a busy mom to my three beautiful little girls, but, I must warn you, I'm terrible at updating. But, feel free to come check me out...and visit many of the blogs I frequent (that are listed under "Friendly places" on my page)

www.onceuponalindley.blogspot.com

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Lesley said...
My blog is mostly about my daughter who has some type of diagnosis that they can't figure out yet. It seems like Rett Syndrome. Anyway, I also have 2 grown boys, about which I mostly lament, because I miss them so much:)There is a lot of joy in my blog. I like to post pictures of my 3 great kids!

www.bluemorningglory.blogspot.com

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Redeemed1 said...
My little corner of the blog world is mostly about life as a sinner saved by grace, a wife, a mother of a sometimes-surly but mostly awesome teen, and "mom" to three adopted beagles. Stop by and say hi!

www.jessica-kramasz.blogspot.com

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Lolli said...
What a fun idea! I might have to shamelessly copy the idea sometimes, too!My blog is Better in Bulk.
I am a mom of 5 kids. I write about family and photography, and do giveaways....and lots of things in between!

www.betterinbulk.net
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Kristis said...
My blog is about my son. Actually, there are two blogs about him! He is a great kid fighting a rare childhood cancer. Here are the sites:

www.caringbridge.org/visit/davidkoury

www.davidpaulkoury.com

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Maura said...
Fun idea!My blog is pretty new. It is about our experiences as a foster family. And mostly about the day to day happening with our wonderful foster son who we are so so close to adopting (sometime next months we hope) Stay tuned!

www.fosteringawareness.blogspot.com

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Grammie Mommy said...
I write about my life as a new grammie to two littles..and what I learned growing up in tie dye and flower power decals. I also love photography and my job as a work from home mom/grammie. There is never a dull moment. Oh..and I have a year old cockapoo named Newman. He's the only child living in our home now. :)

www.grammiemommy.blogspot.com

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lldenton said...
My blog began solely as a way to keep a few friends and almost all of my family who live at least 4 hours away updated on the happenings of my family. My son is the first little one to "grow up" outside of our small town and this was my way of letting them be involved. I didn't even know what a big world I was getting myself into! You're welcome to stop by!

www.theadventuresofjax.blogspot.com

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Rustin-The BlogFrog said...
Becky is the best!

My blog is more of a social network for blogs. Check it out!

www.theBlogFrog.com

Becky's note: I can personally recommend this blog; it's been very helpful to me as a blogger.
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Tube Girl said...
My blog is about my life dealing with multiple digestive problems and feeding tubes. But it is also about my life in general, being engaged and getting married soon, my cats and about trying to live life to its fullest no matter what.You are welcome to check it out!

www.adventuresoftubegirl.blogspot.com
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Lee said..
I love your idea about sharing our blogs and the shameless publicity behind it! My blog started as a way to promote Marshes Light, a new community in historic Manteo, NC. it's evolved more into a photo journal of Outer Banks happenings, things to do, sharing bits of info. I hope you like it.

www.beachroadtomanteo.com

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Sue G. said...
I don't have a blog. That's why I write ridiculously long comments on the blogs of other people!

(Becky's note: Actually Sue DOES have a blog; it's not updated real frequently but when she updates, it's well worth it!)

www.caringbridge.org/visit/sueguenther
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Lisa said...
My blog is well, a mish-mash of stuff. Basically it's a place to share what I've been thinking about or praying about, what I'm grateful for, what makes me think, or makes me laugh. I talk fairly often about mental health issues because of a multi-year struggle with depression that ended in a remarkable moment of healing.

www.ofalltheliars.blogspot.com

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Carrie B said...
My blog started because as the kids are leaving the nest I find myself with time on my hands! So it's mostly about the day to day life I lead as a stay at home Mom with technically one more bird at home while trying to keep tabs on the ones who have already flown and trying to figure out what's next.

www.queenbullock.blogspot.com
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Lyndsay said...
I write on my blog about my day to day life as a wife, part-time employee, and mother to my sweet 4 year old daughter. I had ankle fusion surgery last week, so lately that's what I've been writing/whining about!Thanks Becky!

www.findingjoyinthelittlethings.blogspot.com

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Marysienka said...
What a good idea!My blog in 4 words: patient goes to medschool! I write about my journey to become a doctor, with the eyes of a patient that I also am, since I've been dealing with a chronic disease since I was 10. I like to share my thoughts on different passions as well; music, food, photography, family & friends... or just day to day life! If you do stop by, I'd love to hear from you! Just a small hello will make my day :)

www.marysienka.blogspot.com

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Naomi said...
I may be one of your only followers who don't have a blog. Not for lack of trying, just lack of time. With 3 boys, 2 homeschooled, 1 disabled, leading the Ladies Bible Study & Ladies Book Club, heading up fundraisers for cancer research, sports activities, daily household responsibilities, etc... I just don't want to commit myself to something that I can't dedicate my entire heart to. However, I am an active blog follower. I mainly check on many children who are in the fight against cancer. Once in awhile I stumble across a blog that truly captures my heart and I fall in love with the family and develop this deep bond with them. Three of the ones I highly recommend are below. I hope you enjoy them also.

www.audreycaroline.blogspot.com

www.ashleyadamsjournal.blogspot.com

www.resolved2worship.xanga.com

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girl on wheels said...
My blog has a little bit of everything and anything. It deals with life as a girl on wheels and just regular life.

http://www.secretlifeofagirlonwheels.com/



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Chasity said . . .
I blog about a God who loves me; a wonderful, patient, loving husband; 4 precious children; family I can count on. What more can I ask for?

http://www.workingmomwithastayathomeheart.blogspot.com/

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Kathie said . . .
My blog is about whatever God is doing in our lives. Right now we are about to bring home a 9 year old boy from Guatemala who we have been trying to adopt for 2 1/2 years. But it's also about recognizing God's goodness and mercy in our lives. We've had some valleys ourselves, including the loss of a baby boy and then 8 weeks later the loss of my mom to cancer.

Some of my posts might make readers cry, others might make them laugh, but I hope all will make them understand that when they are walking a 23rd Psalm kind of journey, it never ends in the valley of the shadow of death, but with goodness and mercy shall follow.

http://www.goodnessandmercyshallfollow.blogspot.com/

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Angie said . . .
This is the family of a coach I babysat for in high school. His wife is currently undergoing treatment for a recurring brain tumor. This is a precious family....Doug and Karen have been married for 20 years and have 2 children, Kyler is 14 and Jenna is 9. They would appreciate any and all prayers...and maybe even some sound advice on what to choose for this treatment. Thank you Smithellaneous family!

http://www.karensupdate-daren.blogspot.com/

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Tara says . . .
I'm a 28 yr old dealing with an 8 yr battle with infertility - my husband is my rock (next to my Lord & Savior!). Love following your blog, it's so entertaining and full of reality & fun.

www.themclambs.blogspot.com






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Maura said...

Thanks for doing this! I can't wait until I have a second to check everyone out!

Sue G said...

Look at you...so good at organizing stuff.

Now how about tackling those boxes, cabinets, closets, garage, and all the other hidden paraphernalia that makes a house a home?????

And when you're done packing, perhaps you could explain who added the "r" to paraphernalia and why.

(That said, I still get overwhelmed at the thought of more organizing, more cleaning at the old house to prepare it for sale, more organizing at the new house to turn clutter into perfectly placed accessories. I so understand wanting to take to your bed and just have the movers move you along with it.)

Chasity said...

That's such a great idea.. So sorry I missed it. I like seeing at a glimpse what some of the cool blogs out there are about.

Chasity said...

Thanks, Becky, for adding me:)

Angie said...

Here is another blog to add to the list....if only just for prayer support.

http://karensupdate-daren.blogspot.com/

This is the family of a coach I babysat for in high school. His wife is currently undergoing treatment for a recurring brain tumor. Here is Doug's recent facebook status: after being called to emory today (a day early) me and karen rushed up there to hear the MRI information from her doctor, and we left there with a huge choice. the avastin is not working like it should. so, karen can stay on it and add a drug called CPT-11 or we can try to get into a clinical trial at duke with a drug called XL-184...we must decide by tomorrow, i am so sad for karen.

This is a precious family....Doug and Karen have been married for 20 years and have 2 children, Kyler is 14 and Jenna is 9. They would appreciate any and all prayers...and maybe even some sound advice on what to choose for this treatment.

Thank you Smithellaneous family!

Goodness and Mercy Mom said...

Dear Becky,

Thanks for visiting my blog last week and for leaving your sweet comment (I'm the gal who compared David Crowder to peach cobbler). My loyal lurkers are shy so it's fun to get a real comment.

I just spent some time reading about your sweet family and I can't wait to check out the other blogs you mentioned. I'm so glad that Sarah is doing well and we'll keep you in our prayers with all you have going on.

My blog is about whatever God is doing in our lives. Right now we are about to bring home a 9 year old boy from Guatemala who we have been trying to adopt for 2 1/2 years. But it's also about recognizing God's goodness and mercy in our lives.

We've had some valleys ourselves, including the loss of a baby boy and then 8 weeks later the loss of my mom to cancer.

Some of my posts might make readers cry, others might make them laugh, but I hope all will make them understand that when they are walking a 23rd Psalm kind of journey, it never ends in the valley of the shadow of death, but with goodness and mercy shall follow.

God Bless,
Kathie from http://goodnessandmercyshallfollow.blogspot.com

J+TMcLamb said...

Hi! Please add my blog to your list :) I'm a 28 yr old dealing with an 8 yr battle with infertility - my husband is my rock (next to my Lord & Savior!). Love following your blog, it's so entertaining and full of reality & fun. I go to Whitley Church, & pastor Ferrell suggested your blog on Facebook one day! I've been hooked ever since.
Take Care!
Tara M.

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