Yesterday I participated in the Spread the Love Challenge by creating ten four-word sentences about love. Today, and throughout this weekend, I would like to spread the love by asking bloggers to share their work here.
Since I began my blogging experience last September I have found that, with a few minor exceptions, the blogging community is one of love, support, and encouragement. I would like to pay it forward by offering everyone a place to share a link. I do not have a huge audience like our friend Jason over at Harsh Reality, but I am growing a wonderful group of friends here at Fill Your Own Glass with nearly 400 followers. (Thank you, thank you, and thank you a million times for clicking that little button!)
Please leave a brief one- to- two sentence description of your blog, and leave a link to a post you have written that you love. Chances are if you love it others will, too! I will get us started here:
Fill Your Own Glass is my place to share my journey from being a pessimistic, negative person to one who looks to each day with realistic optimism. In the post I wrote that I love I tackle the delicate subject of choosing to remain childfree by using a playful metaphor. You can find it here.
I would love it if you would all jump in and share your blog, along with a link to a post you wrote that you love. Love is in the air, my friends! Jump on in! Pssssttt….this means you, too, silent readers out there. I follow you for a reason, so come on out and strut your stuff! All are welcome to leave your link – you need not follow this blog (though I cannot imagine why you wouldn’t…)! Also, if you leave a link make sure you visit a few as well!
Note: My blog is for the most part upbeat and encouraging, and while I overuse profanity in my daily life I do avoid it on my blog. That does not mean that I do not read bloggers who use it, because I do, and I enjoy them immensely. If you are one of those bloggers, or if you are sharing a post that is adult-themed, please note that in your comment (either by NSFW, over 18, or mature-themed, etc.).